Jägerabend - wild game dinner

wednesday, February 20th
7:00 - 10:00 pm

Last year Chef Val’s “coming out” Wild Game Dinner, Jagerabend, was such a tremendous hit, we are doing it again this year! For one night only experience 5 courses & beer pairings as a celebration of one of Germany’s favorite pastimes, a “Hunter’s Night”!  This years menu is more unique and full of flavor not found anywhere else in the city! Tickets are $65 excluding gratuity & tax. Guests can also add an optional beer pairing that night for $20 extra. 

Purchase tickets on our SHOP link!


Hors d’oeuvre

Squab sausage, tarragon mustard

1st Course - Suppe

Smoked Bear Gulasch , braised in Aecht Schlenkera Rauchbier

2nd Course - Salat

Confit partridge, lambs lettuce, pear, pistachio vinaigrette

3rd Course

Deep fried Scottish Hare, mixed pickled vegetables

4th Course

Wild Game Trio

Wild boar strip loin, Venison Strip Loin, Duck breast, salsify, mashed potatoes, game jus, Cumberland sauce

5th Course

Wild honey gelato, wild boar bacon, citrus and herb salad

SNOW DATE February 27th
(incase of cancellation due to the weather)


Thursday, February 28th

The night before our StarkBierFest, dress up, drink Kolsch and win prizes! It’s a win-win-win! Starting at 5pm, for every Kolsch ordered the recipient will receive 1 raffle ticket to be entered into our 5 separate drawings eery hour, on the hour starting at 7pm till 11pm!

Karneval History Lesson
Merrymaking may get underway on the Thursday before Lent, but the truly rambunctious revelry associated with Fasching usually reaches its high point during the three days preceding Ash Wednesday, culminating on Fat Tuesday "Shrove Tuesday".

Traditionally, it was not only a feast before Lent but also a time during which the rules and order of daily life were subverted. This gave rise to such customs as handing over the keys of the city to a council of fools or ceremoniously letting women rule. It also inspired noisy costumed parades and masked balls; satirical and often impertinent plays, speeches, and newspaper columns; and generally excessive behavior.


Friday & saturday, March 1st & 2nd

We’ll be offering some of Germany’s best STRONG BIERS!

No tickets necessary, entrance is FREE!

Reservations can be made at

Open table/Brauhausschmitz or call 267-909-8814

Besides the famous Oktoberfest, Starkbierfest (or the 5th season) is the second biggest beer festival in Munich and a great opportunity to have fun with your friends! Historical origin of the strong beer or Bockbier lies in catholic religion: the monks were not allowed to eat during the period of fasting, and therefore brewed dark beer which was much stronger in calories and alcohol to substitute for food, "Liquid Bread" of sorts. You might be surprised to learn that although Stark means “strong” in German, the name of Starkbier doesn’t actually refer to the alcoholic punch it packs, rather the beer’s Stammwürze or "original wort". This indicates the amount of solids in the beverage. Nowadays most people don't fast anymore, but the dark beer and the beer festival has survived the times so don't miss this "little Oktoberfest"!

Wear the traditional Dirndl or Lederhosen and check out our Brauer Bund Bierhall decked out in BLACK and GOLD!

Food specials running throughout the weekend!

Live entertainment provided by:
Don Bitterlich on the Accordion Friday & Saturday 6-10PM
Kermit's HAUS BAND on Saturday from 2-5pm

We’re even bringing back the baby goat petting zoo!

1) Weihenstephaner Vitus
2)Schneider Aventinus
3) Kulmbacher Eisbock
4)Andechs Doppelbock
5) Ayinger Celebrator
6) Arcobrau Coronator
7)Paulaner Salvator
8)Weltenberg Asam Bock
9)Ettaler Helles Bock
10)Einbecker Ainpokisch
11) Schneider Hopfen-Weiss
12) Einbecker Winterbock
13)Spaten Optimator
14)Weihenstephan Korbinian
15)Einbecker Mai-Urbock