SEPTEMBER 17TH & SEPTEMBER 18TH 2022
LIVE MUSIC | FOOD | DRINK | FUN
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH
Roasted Vegetable Strudel
Roasted Harvest Vegetables & Goat Cheese | $9
Bavarian Beef Goulash
Served with Pumpernickel | $8
Pretzel & Beer Cheese
Pretzel with IPA Beer Cheese | $6
Served with Hot Pepper Kraut & Dusseldorf Mustard | $11
Bratwurst with Grilled Onions & Curry Ketchup | $10
German Potato Salad | $5
Krautsalat | German Coleslaw | $5
Bristol Mountain Oktoberfest 2022 proudly features a wide variety of seasonal beverages from New York State.
Oktoberfest | Rohrbach Brewing Company
Founded in 1991 by John and Patty Urlaub, Rohrbach Brewing Co. is the first craft brewery in Rochester, NY. The brewing company takes its name from Rohrbach, Germany, a small town that inspired its founder to bring craft beer to Rochester. The company first originated in the German House on Gregory Street, then grew into the two restaurant locations existing today–the brewery and beer hall in downtown Rochester on Railroad St. and the Buffalo Road Brewpub Restaurant in Gates.
Pumpkinville | Ellicottville Brewing Company
Brewed with locally-harvested pumpkin, and finished with seasonal spice & aroma. Big flavors of sweet pumpkin bread & pie.
Tiny Kind Session IPA | Three Heads Brewing
Playfully hoppy, the Tiny Kind Session IPA takes session beers to a whole new level. It still has the pine and citrus KIND flavor you know and love but now with a lower alcohol content. Big where it matters and small where you want it. ENJOY THE LITTLE THINGS! Brewed with love along with Pale, Cara Hell and Light Munich malts; Chinook, Citra, Simcoe and El Dorado hops.
Hayburner IPA | Big Ditch Brewing Company
Hayburner is a luscious and citrusy IPA with primary notes of orange, melon and grapefruit, and a slightly earthy finish. It packs a firm bitterness but remains balanced by abundant late hop additions and a soft and airy malt base.
Blue Barn Cider
This farm family’s roots can be traced back to 1811, when Richard and Rhoda Wilder packed their things and traveled hundreds of miles from their farm in Vermont to start a new life in Churchville, New York, with their young son Alamander in tow. Today, many generations later, the family continue to operate the farms that began more than two centuries ago. In 2017, the couple expanded the farm once again, delving into the hard cider industry with the establishment of Blue Barn Cidery at the West Wind Farm.