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Prost Fine Beers & Sausages Open in West Highland

The latest addition to the Highlands Square area at 32nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard is Prost Fine Beers & Sausages, not to be confused with Prost Brewing in neighboring LoHi. This new beer hall is an ode to traditional German and Belgian beers, complemented by a menu of sausages, Bavarian pretzels and sandwiches.

Here you'll find 12 beers on tap, three of which will periodically rotate out. The starting lineup includes Stiegl Radler—a grapefruit-infused lager, Weltenburger Kloster Asam-Bock and Duchesse de Bourgogne for the revolving taps, and the likes of Hofbrau Marzen and Ayinger Celebrator on the regular list, with each poured in its own specialty glass. There's also the option to go big with a one-liter stein for most of the selections for $11.

Along with your beer, nosh on sausages like wild boar or veal bratwurst that you can dress up with an array of homemade mustards—think creole and ground dijon. Bavarian cucumber salad, German potato salad and chips serve as sides, in addition to other items like the Bavarian soft pretzel and sandwiches such as a Reuben or turkey, brie and fig. On the back patio a dog-friendly, shaded beer garden serves as an ideal gathering spot.


Though the beer hall opened for business last Friday, it will celebrate a grand opening on Saturday, July 26, with plans for the band Those Austrian Guys to perform folk and Oktoberfest-style music.

Prost Fine Beers & Sausages is located at 3464 W. 32nd Ave. in Highlands Square, and is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Happy hour will be offered every day from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., with $1 off drafts and wine.

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