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Sausage News From Bierbeisl + A Cooking Video From Chef Bernhard Mairinger

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Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 10:00 AM

click to enlarge Sausages at Bierbeisl - ANNE FISHBEIN
  • Anne Fishbein
  • Sausages at Bierbeisl
There are many things to love about Bierbeisl, Bernhard Mairinger's Austrian restaurant in Beverly Hills. But the sausages are a serious highlight, made with Mairinger's input by Continental Gourmet Sausage in Glendale. There are bratwursts, weisswursts and debreziners, käsekrainers and wieners. And now the restaurant is offering a bunch more ways to enjoy them.

Happy hour is great, but sausage happy hour is even better: Every day (except Sunday and Wednesday when the restaurant is closed) from 4-6 p.m., you can get any sausage for $7 and any 10-oz. beer for $7.

Mairinger has always offered a sausage and beer tasting menu (3 courses for $35, 5 courses for $45) but now he's also offering a sausage platter with 5 sausages all on one plate -- all the better for sharing. And there's now the option to stop in and take Bierbeisl's uncooked sausages to-go. Cook them yourself at home -- Mairinger provides horseradish and homemade mustard as part of the deal.

Bierbeisl has also just released a video of Mairinger shopping at the Beverly Hills farmers market and cooking a meal based on his finds. You can watch below:

See also:

- Where the Chefs Eat: 3 Favorites From BierBeisl's Bernhard Mairinger

- Review: BierBeisl Brings Something Different to Beverly Hills


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