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Oktoberfest Beer & Sausage with Weeping Radish Brewery

  • BottleMixx 8111 Creedmoor Road Raleigh (map)

Join us at the Mixx and meet Pat Murphy from Weeping Radish Brewery as we pour some awesome German style beers and sample some hand crafted sausages from the Weeping Radish Butchery!

Pat will be grilling up some Beer Brat and Andouille Sausages for you to sample while enjoying Weeping Radish Beers - Oktoberfest, Black Radish and My Pilsner will be on tap and just $4 a pint!  And if you love the sausage, you can order some while you’re here!

The Beers on Tap:

Weeping Radish Oktoberfest
“Our Marzen (Oktoberfest)is brewed in March and lagered until packaging in August. An elegant, malty amber lager brewed in the Bavarian tradition. This beer drinks smooth due to the extended lagering that encourages another drink.”

Black Radish
“A dark German Lager; Clean lager character featuring mild hop bitterness with complementary roasted malt notes. Listed as a standard for Schwarzbier in the American Beer Judging Guide.”

My Pilsner
“Light bodied; Golden straw color, with spicy and floral hop presence.  A pale malty lager beer with a carbonated, dense head.”

The Sausages:

Beer Brat
“Made with our award winning Black Radish beer, this sausage is a bolder, richer take on the traditional German standard.”  Available to order - $7.99 / lb

Andouille Sausage
“Our version of this Cajun classic includes all of the flavor of its Low Country cousin with a less intimidating level of heat.”  Available to order - $8.29 / lb

If you’ve had their sausage and would like to pre-order some and pick it up during the event, just send an email to with your full name and phone number and what you would like to order.

About Weeping Radish:

Uli Bennewitz came to North Carolina in the early-1980s and decided to open a microbrewery similar to the ones he’d left behind in Bavaria. The only problem was that it was illegal in North Carolina for a brewery to sell beer directly to the consumer. Working with State politicians Uli changed the law in North Carolina allowing microbreweries to sell their beer on site. A movement was created.  North Carolina is now one of the leading microbrewery States with over 120 open and many more under construction.  In 1986 The Weeping Radish Restaurant and Brewery opened its doors. At that time there were less than 100 breweries remaining in the United States, now there are thousands again.

Since the beginning the Weeping Radish has brewed beer according to the Bavarian Reinheitsgebot Purity Law of 1516 which states that beer must be brewed using only four ingredients: Hops, Malt, Yeast and Water. No additives, chemicals or preservatives may be used.  Click here to read more about the brewery and butchery.

Later Event: October 4