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Upcoming Events

“Ein Prosit, ein Prosit
Der Gemütlichkeit
Ein Prosit, ein Prosit
Der Gemütlichkeit
Oans, zwoa, drei, gsuffa!”

Euchre Tournament

Upstairs in the bar; blind draw for partners; appetizers included with entry fee; bar drinks available! Cash prize. *Call to reserve your spot!* January 20, 2024 @4:30pm; February 17, 2024 @4:30pm; March 16, 2024 @4:30pm; April 20, 2024 @4:30pm.

Thirsty Thursday Specials!

Select drink and food special every Thursday. Check our Facebook page each week for specifics!

Valentine's Day Weekend

Special Menu Item and Desserts, Friday, February 9-Sunday, February 11; dinner time. Live Music on Saturday, February 10th.

Friday Fish Fry

Every Friday in Lent All You Can Eat Pollock (includes french fries, coleslaw, and a roll), starting Friday, February 16th.

St. Paddy's Day

Traditional Corned Beef Meal! Saturday, March 16th during dinner.

The German Band, Inc.
(live music)

Dates to follow!

Mother's Day Brunch

Reservations Required. Sunday, May 12, 2024.

Rumtopf Kickoff

Kickoff:

$25 entrance fee, per crock, for contest. Please call or come in person to notify us of your participation! Begin collecting your fruit and starting your crock at this point in order to have the best chance at the smoothest beverage by judgment day!

Judgement Day will occur in December. Winners available for Most Authentic, Best Tasting, and Most Original!  Samples will be available via flights and winners will be announced!

Hometown Days

Details to come!

Beer and Wine Walk


Swing by to participate in the town event, as we will be offering snacks and drinks. 
Make sure to register beforehand at www.discovernewcarlisle.com

Oktoberfest



Halloween

October 31, 2024

Carlisle Coffee staff will be handing out candy to trick-or-treaters from 5-7pm EST!

Christmas in New Carlisle and Tuba Christmas!


Krampus

Krampus, in central European popular legend, a half-goat, half-demon monster that punishes misbehaving children at Christmastime. He is the devilish companion of St. Nicholas. Krampus is believed to have originated in Germany, and his name derives from the German word Krampen, which means “claw.”
The creature and St. Nicholas are said to arrive on the evening of December 5 (Krampusnacht; “Krampus Night”). While St. Nicholas rewards nice children by leaving presents, Krampus beats those who are naughty with branches and sticks. In some cases, he is said to eat them or take them to hell. On December 6, St. Nicholas Day, children awaken to find their gifts or nurse their injuries.
Will you happen to cross his path around New Carlisle?! Wait to see 👀 
Check out Krampus appearance at Moser’s throughout the Christmas season, beginning November. 

The German Band Low Brass Christmas and Rumptopf Contest

 Come hear The German Band, Inc perform for Christmas time. Also offered will be samples of the competitors’ Rumtopf. Reservations are recommended to join this celebration!! 

Hosting a Private Event?

We can help! Our upstairs room can accommodate a party up to 50 people. We have the ability to offer an open or cash bar. A few varieties of buffet menus are also available. Room rental fee is required. For more information or to book this space, please email czarnecki@moserscarlisle.com

*While reservations are not required for most events, we urge you to contact us via email or phone to book reservations on event days, as seats are limited!*

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