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MARKET & Deli

Visit Morse’s deli to experience a curated selection of charcuterie, cheeses and grocery, celebrating the classic tastes of Europe. 

Our deli case abounds with select German Schinken, Headcheese & Salami.

Parma Prosciutto’s, Speck and Mortadella from Italy.

Bavarian sausages, Polish kielbassa, Alpine cheese, Dutch gouda, aged Cheddar and so much more. 

Don’t know where to begin? Our deli staff is always happy to take you on a tasting tour!

Wander the Market and rediscover the old-world flavors of your childhood or try our samples and experience something new.

Tinned fish, caviar & pâte. mustard, rare spices, sauces & spreads.

European Wines, German & Belgian beers.

Miles of marzipan, lebkuken, Milka, Ritter and Haribo.

Swing by, spend some time, and you're sure to find something truly special.

oktoberfest 2019

 
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FOR THE 2ND YEAR IN A ROW, LOOSEN UP YOUR LEDERHOSEN WITH MORSE'S SAUERKRAUT AND ODD ALEWIVES FARM BREWERY AT OUR 2019 OKTOBERFEST CELEBRATION!

ABOUT THIS EVENT

We had such a blast last year that Odd Alewives and Morse's Sauerkraut decided to partner up for another fantastic Oktoberfest celebration.

So…if you can think of no finer way to spend a fall day than at a farm brewery in Maine, drinking crisp ale & eating hearty German fare to the sounds of a Bavarian oompah music, while staying cozy around the stone fire pit, we hope you’ll join us and make this another historic year to remember!

TICKET INFO: To ensure a superb experience for our attendees, tickets are limited. Purchase your admission tickets ahead for $20 and receive a commemorative glass boot (made in Germany) and a ticket for a free pour or a food item. Tickets sold the day of the event are $25 and include the boot-only.

Buy your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oktoberfest-2019-tickets-69740312151

LOCATION: ODD ALEWIVES FARM BREWERY 99 OLD ROUTE ONE, WALDOBORO, ME 04572

TIME: NOON-6PM

FOOD/DRINK: Additional food and drink tickets may be purchased the day of at the check-in booth, these tickets will be cash-only sales to keep the lines moving so please plan accordingly. We will be selling 16oz pours for the price of 12oz pours throughout the event. Non-alcoholic drink options are available.

MUSIC: We welcome back our favorite 7pc oompah Oktoberfest German Band. We are also delighted to share that King Pierogi, a 4 pc accordian-based band will also join us this year.

RAIN DATE: In the event severe weather issues occur the Oktoberfest will be held the following day on Sunday September 29 from Noon to 6pm.

PARKING: Parking is limited at the brewery. If the main parking lot is full we will have our lower parking lot open, just past the brewery at the base of the hill. You are encouraged to carpool or to walk up from the village. For your safety and out of respect to our neighbors, please do not park on the side of the road.

OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINK: Outside food or drink is not permitted. Don’t worry we will have plenty of food and drink options for you all to choose from.

KIDS: Kids under 6 years of age will receive free general admission when accompanied by an adult.

DOGS: We love dogs but for this event only registered service dogs will be permitted.

Photo credit: Dave Presutte

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sauerkraut
& pickles

Today we continue to honor the traditional recipe & fermentation methods begun by the Morse’s family over 100 years ago.  

Using local, eco-grown cabbage from our neighbors at White Oak Farm, our cabbage is hand-cut to ensure quality. It is then shredded and tamped with a wooden mallet while adding just the right amount of sugar and salt to get the wild yeasts working.  

The cabbage is then pressed down by the same river rocks used for generations and allowed to ferment for a minimum of 28 days.

Our fresh sauerkraut provides your palate a range of flavors over its lifespan.  When first excavated, our kraut is teeming with healthy probiotic cultures, has a crispy fresh crunch, and the brine is bright and slightly sweet.  As the kraut continues to cure, it becomes more sour, developing a zippy fizz and deeper color.

No matter when you choose to eat it, you’ll find our living, fresh sauerkraut bears no resemblance to its mushy processed substitute.  

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In 1918, Virgil Morse founded Morse’s Sauerkraut on his family farm in Waldoboro, Maine.

It has been over 100 years since that first barrel of sauerkraut was cut, and though its production has remained the same, Morse's has grown. Today, in addition to sauerkraut we produce a variety of traditional crock pickles, relishes, mustard and horseradish.

Our market and deli offer a wide variety of specialty grocery, sweets, cured meats, sausages, cheese, craft beer and wine from across northern Europe.

Relax... take the back roads and enjoy a taste of Europe right here in Waldoboro Maine.

 

Phone
(207) 832-5569

LOCATION
Route 220
3856 Washington Road
Waldoboro, ME 04572

 

STORE Hours
Open Daily 9am-6pm
Closed Wednesdays

RESTUARANT HOURS
Lunch Daily 10:30am - 4pm
Closed Wednesdays

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Restaurant

DAILY 10:30 AM - 4 PM

FOR TAKEOUT CALL: 207-832-5569

FOR TAKEOUT CALL: 207-832-5569

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