Getting its start in 1810 as part of a marriage celebration, Oktoberfest has been a staple festival in Munich for over 200 years. Even though Oktoberfest was originally held in October, it was moved back to September to allow for better weather conditions. While over the many decades Oktoberfest has become bigger and bigger, it still hinges on two main items – beer and food!

To commemorate this long-standing celebration and Schwab's proud German heritage, we've crafted a special recipe using our Old-World German Bratwurst with a few local Oklahoman ingredients.
Schwab's Beer Bratwurst & Onions with Local Mustard and Local Peach Butter
  • Schwab Bratwursts
  • Anthem Ogle-toberfest
  • Seikels Mustard
  • Livesay 'Porter Peach Butter'
  • White Onion
  • Pretzel Hotdog Buns
Skill Level
30 minutes
Cooking Method
Preheat oven to 300 degrees
Chop 1 white onion
Add chopped onions to skillet with olive oil, salt and pepper for sautéing
Sauté onions on stovetop for 10 minutes on medium-high heat
Add 1 packet of Schwab Bratwursts (4 bratwurst) to sautéed onions
Pour 1 Anthem Ogletoberfest into bratwursts and saut&eacuteed onions
Move sautéed onions, bratwursts and beer (beer bratwursts) into preheated 300-degree oven and let cook / simmer for 20 minutes
Spread Seikels Mustard & Livesay 'Porter Peach Butter' in pretzel hotdog buns and set aside on oven friendly cookie sheet
After 20 minutes of cooking, remove Beer Bratwursts and Onions from oven and transfer into pretzel hotdog buns (bratwursts first, then onions on top)
Place cookie sheet with fully dressed beer bratwursts in oven for 5-7 minutes for finishing / heating
Remove from oven and serve!
O'ZAPFT IS - it's tapped
Signifies the start of Oktoberfest when the first keg is tapped.
BIER - beer
The perfect beverage to pair with the Schwab Okie-toberfest Dog.
PROST - cheers
Just shout this and someone will raise their glass to drink with you.
BREZI - pretzel
The best kind of burn for an Old-World German Bratwurst.