A little Touch of Oktoberfest

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Re: A little Touch of Oktoberfest

Postby Boots » Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:05 pm

German beer German Sausage College Football. Life is grand.

I am a big Opa's guy, still delish, especially the jalapeeners. Also big on Slovacek's out of Snook. Long time favorite around College Station. :salut: :salut:

Great old homemade artisan sausage also made in Bremond at Mrs. Groholski's on old Main Street. She is a pip, too, still lively and funny, go see her, and make plans for Polish Fest next June. :texas:

https://www.opassmokedmeats.com/
http://slovacek.com/
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http://www.bremondtexas.org/polish_day.html
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Re: A little Touch of Oktoberfest

Postby OldUsedParts » Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:28 pm

10-4 Opa's Jerky has gotten me thru a 5 hour non-stop 'whoop'n and spur'n" trip home from the deer lease many a time. :tup:
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