Join us for Oktoberfest! September 24th, 2022!

Big Brother Beats Spinning from 5 to 7 PM

Stein Hoisting Competition 6 PM

The Dirt 7 to 10 PM

Best of the Wurst Sausage Eating Competition 8:30 PM

$6 Brats, $8 With Chips

Feat. Sam Adams Oktoberfest on Tap

Prizes will be announced, coming soon!

Rules and Grounds for Disqualification of the Best of the Wurst Sausage Eating Competition!

Are you sure you want to do this? There’s no shame in backing out...

·The winner will eat the most sausages in 10 minutes

· All of the sausages must be completely consumed to count towards your total

· You must complete and sign the disclaimer prior to the challenge

· You cannot start the challenge prior to the starting signal

· The challenge will be witnessed and timed by an authorized judge

· You agree that any photos taken during the challenge can be used on Union Public House social media pages (win or lose)

· Any increase in sexual performance after the challenge is purely coincidental

· Vomiting will result in instant disqualification and total shame

· Remember you agreed to do the challenge. Don’t blame anyone else

· Have you made a will?

· Good Luck. You are going to need it

Rules and Grounds for Disqualification For the Stein Hoisting Competition!

· The competitor who can hold their stein with proper form (as described in the rules below) for the longest without being disqualified by the judge will be considered the winner.

· An infraction of any rule will result in a strike being issued by the competition judge. After two strikes, the third strike results in immediate disqualification of the competitor.

· If any amount of beer spills or drips off of the stein, the competitor is disqualified, regardless of the number of strikes previously assigned.

· Once the match has started and the competitor has extended their arm, they may not set the stein back down, switch hands, or touch the stein with their off-hand to make any · adjustments to grip.

  1. A 1L dimpled glass stein with handle must be used. The stein itself should weigh approximately 3 lbs. Steins used for any given competition should be of the same brand and style
  2. The stein must be filled with liquid to the 1L lip.
  3. The stein must be gripped by the handle.
  4. The thumb may not rest on top of the stein handle; it must rest on the other fingers.
  5. The pinkie finger may be held outside of the handle. If the pinkie is outside the handle, it may only touch the handle, not the main body of the stein.
  6. The stein must be gripped such that the front of the stein faces away from the competitor. The stein may not be gripped sideways.
  7. Limited arching of the back is tolerable, however only minimal leaning is acceptable. In the vertical plane, the competitor's elbow must never cross behind the front of the hips or the front of the ankle of either foot.