Salem’s Notch Brewing is the first brewery in the U.S. to focus exclusively on low-alcohol, food-friendly beers, which makes them a perfect match for chef Bill Duvall’s upcoming Oktoberfest dinner at Woods Hill Table. Head to the farm-to-table West Concord hotspot at 6:00pm on Thursday, September 28th for the special Beer Dinner & Oktoberfest Celebration and go on a guided tour of some session styles from the Czech Republic, Germany, England and Belgium with barman and beer guru Mitch Marsman. There’ll be house-made pretzels with warm beer cheese and bratwurst, schnitzel & spaetzle grun with sauerkraut and more (you can see what’s in store on the menu below). Dinner costs $120 per person, which includes all your food, beer, tax and tip; snag your spot here. Keep an eye on their IG for updates, and give them a call at 978.254.1435 if you have any Qs.
Notch Brewing Beer Dinner Menu
House Made Pretzels with warm beer cheese and bratwurst
German Afternoons Pilsner
Potato Latkes with cucumber salad and salmon roe
Schnitzel and Spaetzle Grun with sauerkraut
Tmavy Czech Dark Lager