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Scott_R | Jan 2, 201704:25 PM     4

https://www.facebook.com/LibertyLinks/
(website is not up yet).

Just opened today. No menu posted that I saw, but transcribing from a photo on their Facebook page these are the sausages they offer:
Hot Dog (beef)
Bratwurst (can't quite see, might be beef and pork); mild sausage cooked in beer
Cheese/parsley (chicken); aged provolone mixed with fresh parsley
Sweet Italian (pork? text partly obscured); salt, pepper, garlic, fennel
Hot Italian (pork); red pepper flakes, paprika
Kielbasa (also can't see. Beef & pork?); smoked garlic polish sausage
Chorizo (chicken?!?); Mexican spicy sausage
Knockwurst (beef, pork); bacon and beef blend
Lamb merguez; red wine blended with rosemary

30 choices for toppings, including crumbled bleu cheese, beer cheese, cherry peppers, sautéed onions, sauerkraut (all prepared in-house).

I don't usually get to the Freeport area, but I might give it a try soon.

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