Walk into the Festhalle for Wurstfest and you will be struck by the small village atmosphere entirely contained with the hall. Artisans and craftspeople, mostly local, proudly display their foods, condiments, hats, clothing and more. All for sale to enjoy at Wurstfest or to take home and enjoy later.
Bakke Brothers Jerky Hut
Presenting beef jerky, game meats, caramel corn and packaged foods to take home.
Serving coffee, latte, mocha, hot chocolate, blended ice mocha, smoothies and frozen strawberry lemonade.
Cheese Booth – Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce
www.mtangelchamber.com Presenting cheese plates filled with imported cheeses, bread, fruit and nuts.
Classic Collection Hats
Selling hats of all kinds: German OFest hats, ladies ’fascinators, top hats, derbies, men and women’s high-fashion hats, fedoras plus wool and cotton caps and sunglasses.
Fressen Artisan Bakery
Serving traditional German artisan breads plus pretzels and pastries.
Selling local honey plus beehive products including items such as beeswax candles and more.
Offering hazelnut products that are candied or flavored including kernels, cocoas, syrups, butters, flours as well as gift packs, coffee, caramel corn and walnuts.
Lavender Thyme Herb Farm
Selling all types of lavender products including dried and culinary lavenders, bath and body essential oils, sachets, botanical soaps, aroma therapy neck wraps and eye pillows plus gift selections and Marionberry lavender preserves and lavender tea.
Love at First Bite – Confections by Debby
Offering standard and mini-cupcakes with tons of colors and flavors plus specialty cookies.
Melting Pot Candy
Selling toffee, truffles and other delicious goodies including chocolate colored bacon.
Offering 16 different flavors of mustards plus Sister Immaculata’s coffee cake.
PaPa Lee’s Kettle Korn
Vending Kettle Korn and caramel corn.
Touch of Bavaria
Offering Bavarian clothing: lederhosen and dirndls plus German gifts and novelties
Selling German and other clothing, jewelry, scarves, purses, hats, Swarovski crystals, German glassware and accessories from the Weinstubchen in downtown Mt. Angel