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Come check us out -  we have an exciting menu of old world Bavarian specialties, superb charcuterie and cheese plates, pub pizzas and a blow away selection of pretzels.  The state's best wine program (100 different wines by the bottle under $40, 8-10 wines by the glass - all under $7.00), a great selection of old world beers on tap, and of course, a wonderful rotating selection of old world styled beers under the Yoerg banner.

Sunday: 11:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.
Monday: 6:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.

Tuesday: 6:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.     
Wednesday: 6:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.
Thursday: 6:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.

Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 11:15 p.m.
Saturday: 6:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m.

Right next door to the Yoerg Brewing Company is the Metro State University Parking lot.   $2.00 parking tickets are available at the Yoerg Brewing Company for the above listed hours.

16.9oz Glass

A hoppy lager spiced with three American hops: Amarillo, Cascade and Simcoe.  Called ‘Hop Wonder’ for good reason, it’s wonderfully spicy with fresh citrusy notes. 5% Alcohol.

Framboise Lambic Beer
 8.5oz Glass
Magnificent aroma, delicate palate of raspberries with undertones of fruity acidity; elegant, sparkling clean taste, with inviting raspberry supported by a classic lambic complexity.

Jever Pilsener
13.3oz Glass         $8.00  16.9oz Glass
Unique in taste. The secret lies in the water, which is still taken from the same well used well over 100 years ago. The water from our well is unusually pure and soft. That allows us to add a touch more hops to create the Friesian-bitter taste that distinguishes Jever Pilsner from any other beer.

Bergbock Hell
$7.00 13.2oz Glass        $9.00 16.9oz Glass

Strong malty nuances and floral hoppiness are imbued with accents of slight fruitiness. Bergbock is rich & mouth-coating, with a powerful body.  With its firm, fine pored head, luminous gold and clear gleaming look, it cannot fail to awaken expectations of pure pleasure.  Strong malty nuances and floral hoppiness are imbued with accents of slight fruitiness. Despite its strength, Bergbock is pleasantly mouthcoating, with a powerful, but unobtrusive body. A highly discrete, finely bitter hoppiness transforms into a slight honey sweetness to conclude on a soft, harmonious aftertaste.  A harmonious light bock of character that cannot be put down after the first drink.  6.8% Alcohol.

Fruhling Dunkel Bock
13.2oz Glass

Pours a dark chestnut brown color. One finger tan head dissipates steadily leaving a ring of tan foam along the outside of the beer.   Aroma has notes of dark bready malts, nutty earthy notes, and spicy hops.  Taste follows the nose with notes of dark bready malts, some earthy tones and light spicy hops on the back end. There is a touch of fruitiness to this, but its mild. The bready malts have a slight pumpernickel/rye like character that is quite nice.  7.3% Alcohol.

Yoerg’s Bock Beer
$5.00 16oz Glass
Bavaria Monks first started brewing the powerful Bock beers to get them through lent. Yoerg’s made the definitive style back then.  Rich, robust & black as night.  6.5% Alcohol.

Fruh Kolsch
13.3oz Glass

An all natural, top-fermented and refreshing beer famous for its malt aroma and delicate flavor of vanilla and flowery hops. In a country dominated by lagers of all strengths and colors, the modern Kolsch is Germany’s only true, all barley, pale ale.  The family recipe of 1904 has been passed on for five generations. Quality and professionalism, combined with a strong sense of family tradition and heritage contribute towards the continued success of Früh.  4
.8% Alcohol.

Yoerg's Hefeweizen
16oz Glass

Utilizing a Hefe Weisse Yeast, German Pilsener malts and two different wheat malts, our first release from our little brewery on premise is a stunner.  A classic German-styled Hefeweizen, this pours a hazy light-gold color, with an immediate thick head with beautiful lacing. The nose is light and subtle, with soft aromas of clean wheat and lemon. The palate offers more intensity, as flavors of tart lemon custard, a hint of orange rind, bread dough and sweet malt fill the medium-weight mouth. It's smooth and well balanced, with a slightly rich and creamy texture and a crisp, clean finish. Really stunning. It's as good as any new world Wheat beer we have ever tasted.

2016 Chardonnay
LANGUEDOC, FRANCE  -  Villages de France  -  $6.95 glass  -  $25.00 bottle
A beautifully pure and fragrant Chardonnay fermented in stainless steel tanks (no oak).  Bright, crisp and sassy with a fresh green apple tint -

2017 Pinot Grigio
FRIULI-VENEZIA-GIULIA, ITALY  -  Badia Alle Corti  -  $6.95 glass   $25.00 bottle
White spring blossom, apple and aromatic herb scents lead the way in this lovely white with citrus & white peach notes. Dry, yet fresh & clean.  From the perfectly cool micro-climate just west of Venice.

2016 Riesling Trocken
RHEINHESSEN, GERMANY  -  Weingut Kessler-Zink  -  $6.95 glass    $25.00 bottle
While light and zesty in style, there's a deep mineral intensity from nose to finish in this dry, savory Riesling. Crisp apple flavor on the palate is dusted in exotic spice and shards of dark mineral that linger long through the finish. 

2018 Sauvignon Blanc
CURICO VALLEY, CHILE  -  Vina La Playa   -   $6.95 glass   $25.00 bottle
Creamy, fruity aromas and flavors of grapefruit custard and roasted peppers and pears with a satiny, tangy, fruity medium body and a smooth, interesting, long finish displaying notes of grass.

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon
LANGUEDOC, FRANCE  -  Caze Blanque  -  $6.95 glass  -  $25.00 bottle
Quite deep and dark in the glass, with primary black fruits that fatten on the palate and a structure that’s balanced to perfection.   The vineyards are located just outside the Roman City of Nimes on some of the sunniest slopes of the Languedoc.  This wine is fermented in stainless steel tanks (no oak) and just gushes with black fruits.


2016 Pinot Noir
LANGUEDOC, FRANCE  -  Boutinet/Les Volets  -  $6.95 glass  -  $25.00 bottle
From vineyards near the ancient village of Carcassonne, this is one of the most delicious ‘value’ Pinot Noirs we have run into. The palate is  bursting with red berry fruit and a smooth, ample structure -


2017 Sangiovese
PUGLIA, ITALY  -  Vini Due Mari  -  $6.95 glass  -  $25.00 bottle
Hailing from Puglia, a tomato and olive oil-rich section of southern Italy, this harmonious 100% Sangiovese is an intense ruby red in the glass. 2017 Due Mari Sangiovese Puglia’s bouquet is rich with plums and notes of cherries, strawberries, violet, and pepper. The palate is dry and balanced, with light tannins, making it the perfect companion for pizza.

2016 Tempranillo
CASTILLA. LA MANCHA, SPAIN  -  Bodegas Venta Morales  -  $6.95 glass  -  $25.00 bottle
 Earthy berry, plum, spice and cocoa aromas. A firm, structured wine from La Mancha, just south of Madrid. Just oozing with rich fruit and charm.  


Our Menu
Our menu looks something like your typical Saint Paul Pub served circa 1940s.   We have searched the country for the most perfect "munchies" and have come up with a dazzling array of goodies.   Our Yoerg sandwich will soon be the city's most iconic blue collar treat, our bratwursts come from the legendary Usinger's Meat Company in Milwaukee and our pub pizzas are made by a wonderful Italian Couple who own three pizzerias in Northern Minnesota.   To compliment our wine program, we have the Country Pate from the legendary d'Artagnan Patisserie in New York City, a charcuterie plate featuring some of this country's finest cured salami producers and a wonderful cheese plate with rotating selections every month.  It really is the perfect saloon menu.

The Yoerg Sandwich
A quarter pound, 100% Angus Beef dinner Frank split with a jumbo dill pickle spear, a slice of authentic swiss cheese & Chicago's iconic Plochmann's Mustard on fresh Caraway Rye Bread.  Served with stick pretzels and spicy peppers.

Classic Bratwurst
From Milwaukee’s legendary Usinger’s meats. Traditional German-style Bratwurst made with pork and veal then stuffed into natural casings. This finely ground link sausage has a white appearance because it is not smoked. Served with stick pretzels, Dusseldorfer Horseradish mustard & spicy peppers. 

Smoked Bratwurst w/ Cheddar & Jalapeno Pepper
From Milwaukee’s legendary Usinger’s meats.  Traditional pork & beef smoked over hardwood embers with applewood smoked bacon. No better brat exists.  Served with stick pretzels, Dusseldorfer Horseradish mustard & spicy peppers. 

Many have called our currywurst the best they have had outside of Germany.  And that's for good reason, this recipe comes direct from a Bavarian street corner.  We start with a base of chopped San Marzano tomatoes from Italy, spiced with Hungarian Paprika, cayenne pepper, a touch of garlic, freshly minced onions, red wine vinegar and a couple other things we can't divulge.
$6.00 Single Order  -  $9.00 Double Order

A very special pork and veal sausage. White in appearance as the name suggests - Weisswurst (translates to white sausage). Parsley flakes add festive green flecks throughout. A truly classic white sausage made with veal, parsley, onions, fresh lemon, nutmeg and ginger. Served with a Bavarian Pretzel.

Landjaeger is one of the few cured meats in Germany, and is a much treasured snack.  Known as a "hunter's sausage" because of it's amazing durability.  In Germany it is served on a plate with mustard and a simple piece of bread.  We do that same, only we serve it with our Dusseldorfer Horseradish mustard and caraway rye bread.

Bavarian Pretzel
We get our pretzels from the finest German Bakery in the state; The Aki Breadhaus.  "Located in Minneapolis’ Northeast neighborhood, Aki’s BreadHaus is as authentic as it gets. The small storefront has cases of traditional baked goods, from apple streusels to soft pretzels of all shapes and sizes. There’s also a daily selection of freshly baked breads, from sunflower rye to dark sourdough. The bakery’s smell is infectious, good luck getting out of there without more than you had intended.  The best, authentic German Bakery in Minnesota."  ANDREW ZIMMERN

Charcuterie & Cheese Plates
You are not going to find a lot of frou-frou stuff on our charcuterie and cheese plates.  No jellies/jams, foilage etc, just lots of hand cured meats and artisanal cheeses.  We usually feature 4 different items from four different specialty shops & dairies with an emphasis on Italian and French styled cured meats and cheeses from all the great dairy states and European countries.

d'Artagnan Country Pate
Ariane Daguin is the owner of D’Artagnan, the renowned New York Patisserie and comes from Gascogny France.  Pasture-raised heritage-breed pork, no antibiotics, no hormones, 100% natural, preservative-free and filler-free.  The recipe for her rustic pork pâté de campagne (literally country pâté) is based on the pâtés of the Southwest France that Ariane remembers from her childhood.  Served with cornichons, Dusseldorfer Mustard and warm Baguette Bread.

Ekone Smoked Oysters
Located on the shores of Willapa Bay in Washington state, Ekone Oyster Company is a small independent, family run oyster business. Willapa Bay is in the southwest corner of Washington and considered the cleanest, most productive coastal ecosystem remaining in United States. It's here that the family farms 350 acres of Pacific oysters that are widely considered North America's finest.  Served with the equally famous New England Oyster Crackers.

Yoerg's Pub Pizzas
Thor & Kimm Thorson moved to Brainerd in 1987 to open Giovanni’s Pizzeria at 625 Oak Street. Over the next seven years they built a booming business in Brainerd for producing big, rich, lusty pizzas.  The Thorson's make our pizzas, flash freezing them and shipping them overnight to our door.  It all starts with a thin & crispy crust. The Thorson's use generous portions of their signature sauce, followed by lots of toppings! They finish them all off with a special blend of Mozzarella, Cheddar, & Provolone cheeses that are shredded from the whole blocks just minutes before hitting your pizza so you know it’s as fresh as can be.

Martin’s Pretzel Bakery is nestled in Lancaster County, PA, home of the Pennsylvania Dutch known as Amish Country. This is an area where pretzels were first introduced in North America back in the 19th century. Today the tradition continues at Martin’s Pretzel Bakery, with hard pretzel recipes of old, still rolled and twisted by hand for over 75 years.

Ekone is a Chinook Indian word meaning good spirit.  These oysters are harvested from the pristine Willapa Bay estuary, where the waters of the Pacific Ocean meet with the fresh water from the rivers and streams flowing out of the Willapa Hills. Willapa Bay is considered to be the cleanest and most productive coastal ecosystem remaining in the continental United States.   Ekone Oyster Company is exceptional in the Willapa Bay area for our smoked oysters, and we offer fresh oysters of the highest quality as well.

Fred Usinger came to Milwaukee from Germany in the late 1870s with $400 in his pocket, a book full of sausage recipes and set up shop showcasing his one great talent; he was a master wurstmacher. Located on the banks of the Milwaukee River, Usinger’s Meats soon became the premier producer of Bratwurst and other German styled sausages in the country.  Today, all of the sausages are still made from Fred’s original recipes.

This family owned peanut farm has been a South Carolina landmark since 1935. Famously known as “The Worst in Town”, by their jealous rivals.    Best Virginia Fancies, roasted fresh to a rich golden brown that brings out the flavor of the peanut. One whiff of that roasted nut and your taste buds will be ready for a tasty and healthy snack.


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