MANCHESTER, NH – Tomorrow, October 1 is Oktoberfest at the Currier Museum! There will be a selection of outstanding German beers, chef Joe Sylvester of the Winter Garden Café will be braising bratwurst in beer, and the Schwarze Schafe German trio will get the party started with live music. To top it all off, we’ll be giving tours of works in the collection made by German artists. Free to Members; event free to non-members with museum general admission.
Fall has brought Grumpy Pumpkin Ale back on tap at Milly’s Tavern. Unlike other brewers, Milly’s uses fresh picked, NH pumpkins, not a pumpkin pie spice mix to create its brew. The pumpkins are baked in Milly’s ovens to caramelize the natural sugars and are then added into the brewing process. Light amber in color, Milly’s Grumpy Pumpkin Ale is a well-balanced beer that is best served in a pint glass rimmed with a blend of sugar and spices. Tip: ask for a bowl of toasted pumpkin seeds!
Tucker’s in Hooksett is celebrating the change of season with a fall menu. Look for pumpkin Vienna toast ($8.55), a Harvest salad with turkey tips, butternut squash, pumpkin seeds and a cranberry vinaigrette ($10.95) and Samantha’s orchard panini ($9.50) Call ahead to order and use their convenient drive-up window to pick up.
Volunteers needed! The Manchester Food Co-op needs two-four volunteers to help tomorrow, October 1, at the Taste of Home Cooking School at the Stockbridge Theatre, 44 North Main Street, Derry from 5-8:30 p.m. Volunteers will be door greeters and prize runners during the show, hosted by WMUR’s Marga Bessette. Help make the Manchester Food Co-op a reality by helping out at this fun event. Contact Co-op President Sarah Cole at email@example.com to sign up!
Mint Bistro is offering Happy Hour specials- Monday-Thursday, 4-6p.m. – sushi specialty rolls and tapas, BOGO 50% off, $5 wine and $3 all draft.
For more fall happy hour options in and around Manchester, check out this list.
The tasting room at Great North Aleworks is now open Thursdays and Fridays, 3 p.m.-7 p.m. and on Saturdays from noon- 5 p.m. The brewery offers 4 oz. sample pours of each beer style for purchase (limit one sample per beer style, per person, per day, per state law) and also fills 32 oz. and 64 oz. growlers with what’s on tap in the tasting room. Tip: check out these sturdy growler totes ($15), locally handmade from their malt bags by Urban Quilter.
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