(Munich’s Oktoberfest wrapped up weeks ago, but football and Halloween help keep stateside beer consumption healthy -- so to speak -- during October.) Although the bar at 549 E. Bay Street took menu and decor inspiration from traditional beer halls, Bay Street Biergarten has modernized the concept with on-table, self-service taps. Beers now on rotation include ales from Palmetto, Westbrook and Holy City. In addition to pretzels, the food options include pork sandwiches and German potato salad. For weekend brunch, Bay Street sells a $15 “German Brekkie,” featuring a bratwurst, stein of beer and shot of Jagermeister. The bar’s open weekdays from 4 p.m.-2 a.m. and weekends from 11 a.m.-2 a.m. To learn more, check out Bay Street’s website, or call 297-8370.