German Biergardens of Fruitvale Past

October 7, 2009 at 1:45 pm Leave a comment

The Pie Truck will be at Oakland’s own Oaktoberfest in the Dimond this coming Saturday from 11am-6pm.
In celebration of a time when German beerhalls lined MacArthur Blvd in Fruitvale, they will feature delicious local breweries including: Lagunitas, Rubicon, Pyramid, Trumer Pils, Dempsey’s, Jupiter’s, Moylan’s, Drake’s, Pacific Coast Brewery, Thirsty Bear, Speakeasy, and Santa Cruz Ale among many others. There’s also going to be a Homebrew competition!

The Pie Truck will have the Steak Pie and the no-meat Veggie Sausage Pie along with sides of Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage and a delicious Potato Salad.

Come on out and join us in a celebration of the Dimond’s past and present.

More info at:
http://www.oaktoberfest.org

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Reviews!

"OH.EMM.GEE! After trying their pies at Eat Real, I feel like I might become a stalker of their truck or at least their twitter account. Their pies are delicious."

"This tea was DEEEELICIOUS! And the people who were running the truck were SO friendly and SO nice. I definitely need to track them down again."

"Most amazing thing ever! I would never have thought that I would like a steak pie, but the crust is flakey, the inside is steaky and gruyery and the combination is the BEST!"

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