Notch’s First Annual Polish Festival

Featuring exclusively brewed beers and pierogi from Jaju.


It’s Notch’s first annual Polish Festival! Join Notch Brewing on Sunday, June 11 from noon to 4 p.m. for liters of Polish Piwo (Polish Lager and Grodziskie Smoked Wheat) that will be brewed exclusively for this event. Those beers will help wash down pierogi, kielbasa, and sauerkraut from Jaju Pierogi! And the musical stylings of the Polish Pickle Packers Polka Band (8 piece band!) for all your Polka dancing requirements

Also, Notch will be serving a gravity cask of the Polish Lager in one liter ceramic mugs (kamień dzbanek).

Salem has a long history of Polish immigration (including brewer/founder Chris’s great grandfather and grandmother) that permeated all aspects of Notch’s neighborhood. Help Notch celebrate its city and the immigrants that shaped it! Fun, festivities, and dancing the polka—what’s not to love?

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