Hermanus German Festival

calendar
Sat Dec 19, 09:00 - Sat Dec 19, 23:30
location
Sandbaai Hall

About

Considering we had such a great attendance at our FIRST 2019 Hermanus German Festival with over 2000 visitors, we have decided to make this an annual event!


We have made some great improvements to this year's line-up and this is what you can expect to find on Saturday 19th December 2020:

• 9:00 - Vibrant and Colourful Street Parade

• 9:45 - Tapping of the Barrel

• 10:00 - Opening of the Festival by the Mayoral Committee

• Oktoberfest Flags and Decorations

• Traditional Dirndl Waitresses

• Authentic German Christmas Decoration and Gift stalls

• German Oompah Band

• Fun Competitions - Great Prizes

• Large variety of Award Winning Beverages

• Kiddies Amusement Park

• Door to Door Shuttle Service


STRICTLY GERMAN / BAVARIAN CUISINE

Schweinebraten (roast pork)

A classic Bavarian dish, schweinebraten can be made with a variety of pork cuts, like shoulder or even loin. It’s traditionally roasted with dark beer and onions.


Schweinshaxe (roasted ham hock)

A beloved beer hall classic, roasted ham hock or shank (pig knuckles) are crispy on the outside with tender meat.


Traditional German Sausages

o Bratwurst (Grilled Sausage)

o Knockwurst (Boiled Sausage)

o Weisswurst (Bacon Sausage)

o Currywurst (Sausage with Curry Sauce)


Reiberdatschi (potato pancakes)

These potato pancakes are served with a salad or sweet apple sauce.


Brezen (pretzels)

Large and soft, they’re the perfect accompaniment to beer.

Käsespätzle (cheese noodles)

This is a savory, cheesy version of spätzle, a traditional egg noodle.


Sauerkraut

Cabbage with sweet apples and aromatic caraway.


Würstl (sausages)

Würstl refers to a variety of classic Bavarian sausages, sautéed in a skillet with bacon and apple sauerkraut. Serve with plenty of mustard.


Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick)

Simple and fairly self-explanatory, steckerlfisch is marinated, skewered and grilled fish.


Roast Chicken

Chickens are spit-roasted until the skin is golden brown and crispy. Rubbing a lemon-and-thyme butter over the chicken before roasting ensures superbly crispy skin.


Knödel (potato or flour dumplings)

These are large, dense, ultra-comforting dumplings.


Obatzda (spiced cheese-butter spread)

Aged soft cheese, like Camembert, mixed with butter, a small amount of beer and spices including paprika, salt, pepper and garlic. Or with crème fraîche and Dijon mustard along with farmer’s cheese and, of course, butter.


Meat Dishes

Sauerbraten (Roast Beef Stew)

Rinderroulade (Beef Roll)

Schnitzel (Breaded Cutlet)


Desserts

Lebkuchenhertz

Kuchen

Dampfnudel

Kaiserschmarrn

Gebrannte Mandeln

Strudel

Eis

Gluhwein

Stollen


Contact René Hartslief +27 83 648 8700

E-mail: [email protected]


ENTRANCE FEE: R50pp - includes 50% off your first beer - Sponsored by The Brewery - Hemel & Aarde

Children under 12: FREE ENTRANCE


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Location

Hermanus German Festival
Sandbaai Hall
71 Main Rd, Sand Bay, Sandbaai, 7200
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