Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Cafe – Beer Fest Celebrations @ 27 Scotts Road

Gan and I came out of Far East PLaza through the exit nearer the Goodwood Park Hotel side. We were stopped by two youthful looking adults giving away the same beer coupons. We told them we’ve had 2 in my bag. I asked them where the beer fest party was held and they directed us  before handing us more beer coupons. In the end, we had 6! The caucasion guy also mention free food. Hmmm… I was beginning to feel nauseaus again (click here to see why).

We walked towards Goodwood Park Hotel and crossed the road. The party was to be held in one of those black and white bungalows (heritage and mock tudor-style properties – click here to view them).

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Cafe Beer Fest  2013 @ 27 Scotts Road, Singapore 228222.

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Cafe Beer Fest 2013 @ 27 Scotts Road, Singapore 228222.

We have arrived.

We have arrived.

Follow me... into the Black Forest, wahaha...

Follow me… into the Black Forest, wahaha…

Our tickets to Germany!

Our tickets to Germany!

We can redeem any beers with the coupons.

We can redeem any beers with the coupons.

The male staff all wore this Tee with "guten tag" printed behind.

The male staff all wore this Tee with “guten tag” printed behind.

The female staff wore dirndl.

The female staff wore dirndls.

There’s “guten tag” on every shirt that the male staff wore and it means: Hello!, Good day!, Good afternoon!, How do you do? in German.

While the men did not wear any lederhosen costumes, the beautiful ladies put on vibrant coloured dirndl.

I used to call them Bavarian Barmaid costumes, now I know better. It's a dirndl and it can be traditional or otherwise. Some very well made dirndl can cost a bomb!

I used to call them Bavarian Barmaid costumes, now I know better.
It’s a dirndl and it can be traditional or otherwise.
Some very well made dirndl can cost a bomb!

Dirndl originally referred to a young woman or a girl, and Dirndlgewand to the dress. Nowadays, Dirndl may equally refer to either a young woman or to the dress.

In popular culture it is sometimes reported that the placement of the knot on the apron is an indicator of the woman’s marital status. A knot tied on the woman’s left side indicates that she is single, a knot tied on the right means that she is married, engaged or otherwise “taken”, a knot tied in the front centre means that she is a virgin and a knot tied at the back indicates that the woman is widowed.
– Info credit: Wikipedia

Gan had wanted to "cash out" all 6 beers and luckily we didn't. We had one each and that was more than enough booze for a day.

Gan had wanted to “cash out” all 6 beers and luckily we didn’t.
We had one each and that was more than enough booze for a day.

Only beer conforming to the Reinheitsgebot, at a minimum of 13.5% Stammwürze (approximately 6% alcohol by volume) may be served at Oktoberfest. The beer must also be brewed within the city limits of Munich. Beers meeting these criteria may be designated Oktoberfest Beer.

The breweries that can produce Oktoberfest Beer under the criteria are:
Augustiner-Bräu
Hacker-Pschorr-Bräu
Löwenbräu
Paulaner-Bräu
Spatenbräu
Staatliches Hofbräu-München
Oktoberfest Beer is a registered Trademark by the Club of Munich Brewers.
– Info credit: Wikipedia

The three-day Stuttgart Beer Festival at 27 Scotts Road was held from 25th to 27th October 2013.

The three-day Stuttgart Beer Festival at 27 Scotts Road was held from 25th to 27th October 2013.

Carnival game booths with food and beverage prizes to be won and live performances from a local band were some of the highlights of this inaugural eat-all and drink-all celebration event.<br />This afternoon, we had the pleasure of listening to some accordion music.

Carnival game booths with food and beverage prizes to be won and live performances from a local band were some of the highlights of this inaugural eat-all and drink-all celebration event.
This afternoon, we had the pleasure of listening to some accordion music.

Food and beverage prizes to be won? Since I won't be sticking around long enough to sip champagne under the stars nor be engaged at the games, I shall hop over to the buffet and see what's on offer.

Food and beverage prizes to be won?
Since I won’t be sticking around long enough to sip champagne under the stars nor be engaged at the games, I shall hop over to the buffet and see what’s on offer.

Service with a smile.

Service with a smile.

What's his fare?

What’s his fare?

Spring Rolls, Samosa, Nuggets and Fries.

Spring Rolls, Samosa, Nuggets and Fries.

These Fried Chicken Wings and those in the picture above are not German fare of course but hey, gotta cater to some die hard local tastes right? ;-)

These Fried Chicken Wings and those in the picture above are not German fare of course but hey, gotta cater to some die hard local tastes right? 😉

Photo bomb of Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckles).

Sauerkraut (sour cabbage).

Sauerkraut (sour cabbage).

Specialty sausages.

Specialty sausages.

Specialty sausages.

Specialty sausages.

Spiral sausages.

Spiral sausages.

Wurst is sausage in German and there are more than 1200 German wurst varieties, classified into two categories: Fresh and slicing/spreading sausages.

Some varieties are:

Bauerwurst: a chunky sausage that’s often grilled or cooked with sauerkraut.
Bierschinken: a large slicing sausage made with ham and pistachios.
Bierwurst: a slicing sausage with juniper and cardamom.
Blutwurst: blood sausage, made with pork, beef, blood and fat, eaten sliced cold or fried.
Bockwurst: smoked sausage made from veal and seasoned with fresh herbs, resembles a large hot dog and can be boiled, best with bock beer.
Bratwurst: a pale, smoked sausage made of veal and pork, ginger, garlic, nutmeg, one of the sausages that requires full cooking.
Braunschweiger: a spreadable, smoked sausage made from liver, eggs, milk.
Cervelat: a slicing sausage made of pork, beef, mustard and garlic.
Frankfurter: the original, a smoked sausage made of lean pork, salted bacon.
Knockwurst: short, plump smoked sausage made of lean pork, beef, spices and garlic, often served with sauerkraut.
Landjager: hunter’s sausage, made of smoked beef, needs no refrigeration, comes in flat sticks.
Pinkelwurst: made with beef and/or pork, onions, oat and bacon.
Wiernerwurst: similar to the American frankfurter, made of beef, pork, coriander and garlic.
Weisswurst: white sausage and the Bavarian Octoberfest specialty, a pale, mild sausage made of veal, beef, pork, cream and eggs, often served with rye bread, sweet mustard and Weissbier.
– Info credit: Glorious Angel on Yahoo Answers. Click here to view.

It was a great place to chill out on a Sunday evening.<br />You never know how good things can turn out so don't be skeptical, not all freebies are short-changed ;-)

It was a great place to chill out on a Sunday evening.
You never know how good things can turn out so don’t be skeptical, not all freebies are short-changed 😉

The 3-day Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café’s Beer Festival at 27 Scotts Road boasted some of the finest Swabian gourmet. And after reviewing their menu, my suspicion that I would be visiting them at their proper premise soon 🙂

Beers and pretzels! My tummy feels better already 😉

Click on photo to view their menu.

Click on photo to view their menu.

Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Café
141 Middle Road, #01-01,
Singapore 188976.

Tel: 6336 8675.

Operating hours: 11am to 9.30pm (Daily)

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Comments
6 Responses to “Stuttgart Blackforest Boutique S-Cafe – Beer Fest Celebrations @ 27 Scotts Road”
  1. Look at you celebrating Oktoberfest. You tummy is absolutely in better health! Well done you.

  2. Jessica says:

    Looks like a lovely place! Glad you had fun, and the food looked yummy! I think it’s probably good you didn’t cash out on the beers, though, too. Six is a lot!!!

  3. daniellajoe says:

    Nice post!!! and stay healthy 🙂

  4. You document events so well with photos and narrative that only the SMELLS are missing. Reading your posts is the next best thing to being there.

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