National Bratwurst Day comes on August 16 of every year. The term “bratwurst” is made of two German words – “Braten,” which means ‘to fry‘ and “Wurst,” which means ‘sausage.’ The day is the perfect day to whip up one or two of the delicious bratwurst recipes that you like.

“There’s no dispute that can’t be solved over a beer, a brat, and an adversary with a weaker argument than you.” – The Brattender

History of National Bratwurst Day

The origin and the founder of National Bratwurst Day are still unknown. But the Bratwurst was originated in Germany in the 14th century. They are made from pork, veal, or beef. There are nearly 40 varieties are available in the Bratwurst. In Germany, they are served as a snack food, and they are mostly seen in pubs, with the addition of sauerkraut or potato salad and dense rye bread and pretzel. Hence the day is perfect to treat yourself with the Bratwurst recipe.

National Bratwurst Day

Other Celebrations on August 16

August 16 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate the day

The best way to celebrate Bratwurst Day is having your favorite Bratwurst recipe with your friends. You can also participate in the yearly Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival in Ohio to honor this old dish. Gather your friends and host a Bratwurst-themed party. Express your views about the Bratwurst on Social Media by using the hashtag #NationalBratwurstDay or #BratwurstDay.

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