Industry News | August 22, 2017

Dog Haus Adding New Oktoberwürst Sausage

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Fall is just around the corner, which means two things—Oktoberfest and a new Oktoberwürst sausage from Dog Haus.

Available this year from September 1—October 31, the limited-time sausage was created by Dog Haus’ Würstmacher (aka sausage maker) Adam Gertler and features a haus-made 1/3lb Cajun-spiced, Emmentaler cheese-stuffed Bierwürst, topped with caramelized onions, mustard aioli and chopped scallions and served on grilled King's Hawaiian rolls.

The seasonal sausage is replete with flavors of Cajun, fresh thyme, melty cheese and a malty aroma from Firestone Walker 805 Blonde Ale, and will be available for $8.49 at all Dog Haus locations.

Dog Haus is a craft casual hot dog concept known for its best in breed gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers and a one of a kind fried chicken sandwich. 

Guests can chase these gourmet creations with brews from a tap list emphasizing local favorites and finish it all off on a sweet note with premium shakes or soft-serve ice cream. Founded by partners Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz and André Vener, three friends who share a passion for good food, creativity, quality and commitment to community, the first Dog Haus opened in Pasadena, California in 2010.

Dog Haus has garnered critical acclaim and national attention for its proprietary signature all beef dogs and handcrafted sausages, as well as their humanely raised, genetically tested, 100% Black Angus beef using no hormones and no antibiotics—never ever. All dogs, sausages, burgers and the fried chicken sandwich are served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls. 

Open daily, guests can choose from signature Haus creations or customize their own from a wide array of unique toppings. Dog Haus currently has 26 locations open in five states with confirmed expansion of more than 450 franchise locations in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan Nevada, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Tennessee, Utah, and Wyoming.

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