Please join us this Saturday, October 19th for Berkeley Yacht Club's Oktoberfest Feast! This year's festivities will be overseen by Monika (Moni) Blum, a native Bavarian and wife of Manager Phil Strause.
Dinner with RSVP - $20
At the Door - $30
Starters Bretzel mit Obatzda Pretzel with Obatzda - Obatzda is a flavorful German Beer Cheese Spread, is a beer garden classic made with camembert cheese, butter, and beer!
Weisswurst mit Senf und Sauerkraut Weisswurst with Mustard - Weisswurst is a traditional Bavarian sausage made from minced veal and pork back bacon. Served with traditional Bavarian mustard and/or sauerkraut.
Brotchen mit Butter Bread with Butter - Germans have more bakeries and eat more varieties of bread than most other countries in the world (although [they] might not go toe-to-toe with France on the bakery count). According to the bread register of the German Institute for Bread (of course there is such a thing), there are now more than 3,200 officially recognized types of bread in the country.
Main Dishes Käsespätzle Spätzle (German Pasta is made from flour, eggs, water, and salt) mixed with cheese and fried onion. Think German "mac n cheese". YUM!
Schweinebraten Schweinebraten is a traditional Bavarian recipe that translates to Roast Pork. Served in Beer Halls, this is a pork shoulder that’s roasted long and slow in a rich sauce.
Kartoffelkloesse German-style potato dumplings, as found everywhere in the South of Germany, Austria and Bohemia. These are traditionally served with any roast with gravy, but most well-known as an accompaniment for a hearty Schweinebraten.
Rotkohl Traditional Sweet/Sour Red Cabbage - This beloved side dish is found throughout Germany. Savoyer Kohl Savoy cabbage has a mildly sweet flavor and a lovely texture. In this creamy traditional dish, the Savoy cabbage is cooked tender-crisp and each sweet strand coated in a rich creamy mustard sauce.
Grüner Salat Green Salad with tomatoes and onion and various dressings.
Ubiquitous around the world! Festivities will start in the early afternoon and carry on through the dinner which begins at 7pm. BYC will be hosting the YRA's final weekend race of the season over the weekend and will be welcoming sailors from all over the bay to join in on the fun. There will be beer and drink specials for everyone, but especially those in traditional Oktoberfest Lederhosen and Dirndls!
BEER Will be serving East Brother Brewing Company's Festbier "A celebratory Bavarian-style lager that balances malt complexity with a light Noble hop character." We will also be serving a traditional german pilsner-style light beer, in either our Trumer Pils or North Coast Brewing's Scrimshaw Pilsner. We will be selling beer tickets for this event: 5 tickets for $15