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Dining News: Lowbrau's Sausages are 'Rustic, Flavorful'


If you haven't been to Lowbrau lately, you're missing out. I had a beer there on Monday evening, and we were treated to two great beers. One was a sour raspberry iambic beer, while the other was a saison. Both were delicious and definitely a step up from PBR.

Sac Mag's Kira O'Donnell stopped by recently, and enjoyed their sausages.

If you’ve got hot dogs on the mind, consider upgrading to a rustic, flavorful sausage from midtown’s wildly popular Lowbrau. This self-proclaimed beer hall, nestled in the MARRS building on 20th street, offers up an exciting array of sausages, ranging from the Polish (beef and spices) and Bockwurst (pork and veal) to an assertive wild boar sausage and even several vegan choices (don’t miss the smoked apple sage sausage). Plunked into a sweet or pretzel roll, the sausages come with the choice of two toppings (I recommend the sauerkraut with “fresh-herbed” onions, though it puts a serious damper on canoodling with your sweetie).

Read the entire post in Sac Mag.

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