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- October 11, 2020
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Dog Haus celebrates the return of its Oktoberwürst benefiting No Kid Hungry.
Just because Oktoberfest in Munich is canceled this year doesn’t mean you can’t still don your dirndl and lederhosen. Dog Haus has it covered, so you can still prost with a beer in one hand and a sausage in the other.
Starting Sept. 19, guests can say “danke schön” to Dog Haus for bringing back its famed Oktoberwürst – a one-third pound Cajun spiced Emmental cheese stuffed bierwurst, topped with caramelized onions, sauerkraut, mustard aioli and scallions, all served on grilled King's Hawaiian rolls. Created by Dog Haus Würstmacher and TV personality Adam Gertler, this sausage beast will be available at Dog Haus locations nationwide through Oct. 31.
As part of its Chef Collaboration Series, Dog Haus will donate $1 of the purchase price from every Oktoberwürst sold to the restaurant’s national charity partner No Kid Hungry, whose mission is to end childhood hunger in America.