Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Lewis invites you to Sausage Making 101

Hermann Hills Chocolate lab Lewis missed out on the last Sausage Making 101 class and German Buffet, but he it first inline for the upcoming class on Aug 17.

Mike Sloan the Wurstmeister will be hosting a Sausage Making 101 class on Saturday August 17,2013. He is a two-time hall of farmer and will show you how sausage making is done. There is limited space for the class so call for reservations soon! Tickets are $35 for the class which includes beer and bratwurst tasting, a Wurst Haus apron and two pounds of delicious German sausage that you make.  The class is limited to the first 16 people so call 573-486-2266 to reserve your spot now.

We all know how much Lewis loves his food and he would like to also see you at the German Buffet Saturday August 17 and Sunday August 18. Enjoy bratwurst, schnitzel, currywurst, German potato salad, sauerkraut, red cabbage and dessert at the Wurst Haus.

Lewis will be waiting to greet you upon your arrival at Hermann Hill. While you enjoy the delicious German food and sausage Lewis will enjoy his carrots because he can not have the bratwurst.

Peggy and Terry Hammer
Owners & Innkeepers
Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn

Here at Hermann Hill we are always excited to give our guest free things! Starting July 26 through September 2 we will have free passes for the our guest to Explore the Hermann Heritage Trail

Visit the Deutschheim State Historic Site which features two historic German Houses.

The Pommer- Gnetner House is on Market Street here in Hermann. The home was built for Caroline Pommer in 1840. The Pommers made fine pianos and violins and were early supporters of the Settlement Society.

The Strehly House is located on West Second Street. It was also owned and lived in by the Pommers for over a 100 year. Carl Strehly and his partner Eduard Muehl published the book Der Licht- Freund, a German newspaper.

The Pommer-Gneter House and The Strehly House feature lovely historic landscaping and gardens. You will see and authentic German four-square garden that has heirloom plants and also an arbor that has 100-year-old grapevines on the property.

The second part of the tour is visiting the Historic Hermann Museum at the German School.
The Museum has a collection of items that reflect the heritage and history of Hermann Missouri. The building was build in 1871 as the German Elementary School, and the clock tower was later added in 1890. The school was restored by Historic Hermann in 2010. The elevator and beautiful gated courtyard where both added.

If you are planning to visit us here at Hermann Hill before September 2 ask our front desk staff about the Hermann Heritage Trail. We hope too see you soon!

Owners & Innkeepers
Hermann Hill Vineyard and Inn

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