Easter is less than a week away and time is running out to get those orders in for your holiday meats
Brian is at Old Germantown where their smoker is filled with specialty sausages ready for your Easter dinner.
GERMANTOWN, Wis. - Easter is less than a week away and time is running out to get those orders in for your holiday meats. Brian is at Old Germantown where their smoker is filled with specialty sausages ready for your Easter dinner.
If you’re looking for an all-natural sausage with no fillers or MSG, Old Germantown Sausages deliver in quality and taste
Brian is in Germantown mixing the meat used in some of their specialty sausages.
About Old Germantown (website)
Old Germantown is a 120-acre farmstead settled in 1842. Georgene and Scott Sommer purchased the farm in 1989 and planted the first seeds of what would become a Wisconsin farmstead cafe, sausage shop and brewery.
Old Germantown is a 120-acre farmstead settled in 1842 that’s currently home to a café and sausage shop
Brian is in Germantown getting a sneak peek at how their team makes the perfect sausage from start to finish.
We built a new 6,000 square foot building behind our barn that was built during the Civil War. Inside is our farmstead cafe and the space needed for our food production and brewery. Old Germantown’s mission is to promote local foods and the traditions of farm-made products.
Old Germantown is known for their small batches of traditional sausages and farm to table cafe menu
Brian is in Germantown getting a sneak peek.
There’s farmstead restaurant tucked away about 1000 feet off of Pleasant View Drive in Germantown
Brian is at Old Germantown with family that’s perfected a pizza that can be topped with everything from pulled pork to polish kielbasa.
Old Germantown is a farmstead café that opened a few years ago with a mission is to promote local foods and the traditions of farm-made products
Brian is in Germantown getting a look at some of the favorites on their menu.
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