In Wisconsin, brats & beer go hand in hand. When I moved to Austin, Texas, I knew I needed to bring this food of my heritage to the Lone Star state. Luckily for me, Longhorn fans share my love of brats. When I was first asked to cater a football party through my personal chef biz, Cielo Su Terra, I was eager to show off my Wisconsin-style cuisine. I couldn't keep enough bratwurst on the buffet table. The response from the crowd inspired me to start up a second business.
When a fellow Wisconsinite asked me to make the brats for a Packers party, I knew I was headed down the right track. All the festivals around Austin are just a part of what make this city great. Combine that with all the food trucks popping up around town, and I knew I had the perfect opportunity to build a trailer and begin selling my unique-to-Texas brats. So, I did just that.
Enjoying a weekend event in Austin? Come say "hi" to me at the Brats 'N' Beer food trailer and fall in love with this Wisconsin delight. When the fall rolls around you can find me supporting my Pack during the NFL season at the Star Bar downtown, serving up my brats to fans of every team.
Welcome to my world, Texas!
Homemade Wisconsin-Style Brats $5.50
(sauerkraut w/toasted caraway seed, caramelized onions w/garlic, balsamic & worcestershire, spicy mustard)
German Potato Salad $2.50
Tomato, Chipotle & Basil Smoked Pork Taco w/Pico de Gallo $3
(Pork rubbed with tomato, chipotle & basil spice mix, slow smoked & pulled topped w/fresh pico in fresh-made tortilla)
(6) Smoked Wings $5
(Hickory smoked wings tossed w/choice of asian BBQ (mild), whiskey-chipotle BBQ (med) or smoked serrano sauce (hot))
(Homemade chorizo, green chiles & caramelized onions)