September 20, 2012

Celebrate Oktoberfest with Beer KC!

When the clock strikes noon in Munich this Saturday, Lord Mayor Christian Ude will tap the first keg of Oktoberfest beer, and the celebration begins! A few days later, we'll be kicking off an Oktoberfest of our own, when McCoy's taps their latest seasonal release.

At 4 pm on Tuesday, September 25th, the McCoy's Oktoberfest beer will be tapped. You'll be able to get a 16 oz pour of this seasonal for $6, and you'll get to keep the commemorative Mason jar mug, while supplies last. This will be available at McCoy's and at the Foundry, so come out on Tuesday to get festive (lederhosen not required)!

If that's not enough for you, next month's beer dinner will have a German twist. On October 22, Beer Kitchen will have German-style ales and lagers, including Innstadt Pilsener, Weisse NaturtrĂ¼b from Stiegl, Weltenburger Kloster Asam Bock, and  a couple "Kansas City Germans" - Boulevard's Bob's 47 and McCoy's Oktoberfest. These beers are going to be paired with food in a five-course meal, starting with crispy potato pancakes and ending with a Berliner (in this case, a vanilla-blueberry donut), with chicken liver, braised pork, and a dry-hopped cheddar in between. $50 will reserve your spot, including tax and gratuity. Make your reservation by calling 816-389-4180 today!

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