October 14, 2010 | 3:27pm
Triple Eight Lounge at the Falcon House is hosting a decidedly New England-style Oktoberfest party this Sunday starting at 2 p.m.
Proper pronunciation is key: "Awk-toe-beer-fest" will feature chef Jimmy Dean's own take on German pub grub, starting at the cutesy price of $8.88 a plate. To further up the New England quotient, Nantucket's own Cisco Brewers
will be showcasing a line up of their new craft beers.
You might know Cisco (no, not that Sisqo
) as the makers of Triple Eight Spirits, which Falcon House also sells. (That's because Falcon House owner Karl Alterman also hails from Nantucket.) It's craft brews sound pretty legit, too: Whale's Tale Pale Ale looks to be a clean, crisp British style ale with plenty of drinkability; on the more aggressive side are big beers like Captain Swain's Extra Stout and Baggywrinkle Barleywine, a sweet brew that clocks in at 10%.
There's no cover for the Falcon House's Acktobeerfest party. Just come down starting at 2 p.m. and check out the brews.
116 NE Sixth Ave., Delray Beach