Hickory Smoked, Cheddar Cheese-Filled Mini-Brats Add Robust, Gourmet Flavor to Any Bar or Appetizer Menu
Online PR News – 06-September-2013 – ORANGE, Calif. – San Luis Sausage has added Smoked Cheddar Bratwursts to its wide-ranging line of gourmet sausages. The six-inch links are hickory smoked bratwursts filled with fresh pork and real cheddar cheese. San Luis Sausage’s Smoked Cheddar Bratwursts are currently available for distribution to restaurants, hotels, resorts and other foodservice channels.
“After receiving rave reviews for these juicy brats at specialty events, we are excited to be able to offer them for the first time to our customers,” said Grace Knight, Owner, San Luis Sausage. “Restaurant and bar patrons will love this gourmet take on a traditional bratwurst.”
San Luis Sausage’s Smoked Cheddar Bratwursts are the perfect size to dip in a chipotle sauce, serve as an appetizer or wrap in a flaky croissant for an unconventional ‘pigs-in-a-blanket’ hors d’oeuvre. Paired with a honey blonde or amber ale, these sausages are a savory, comfort food complement to any fall menu.
For more information on San Luis Sausage, visit: www.sanluissausage.com or for wholesale orders, call 714-633-6614. Find San Luis Sausage on Facebook and Twitter.
About San Luis Sausage
San Luis Sausage specializes in preservative-free handmade sausages that are distributed to high-end hotels, resorts and restaurants throughout the Southwest. Owner Grace Knight was one of the pioneers of chicken sausage, starting her business in 1991, and makes her products with only whole cuts of meat, locally sourced fruits and vegetables and blends of hand-mixed spices. San Luis Sausage is currently found on menus at the Ritz Carlton/JW Marriott at LA Live, the St. Regis, Hiltons, Westins, The Wynn and The Venetian in Las Vegas and more. San Luis Sausage offers seventeen different chicken, pork, lamb and turkey varieties, including: Fiesta Chicken Sausage, Lamb Merguez, Blueberry Chicken, Turkey Italian and familiar favorites like Chicken Apple or Pork Andouille. Each 15-pound case contains three freezer-packed, five-pound packages of links.