Fantastic place! 8 beers on tap + 8 in bottles. All drafts were real good with Urstoffla being a clear champion. Their Lager, Keller & Rauch also were top notch - one of the best in this extremely competitive region. Bottled stuff was good too with great champions: Weizenbock, Bourbon Bock and... IPA!!! The later one was a great surprise for this very traditional beer-region. Definitely among the very best German IPAs I have tried. Great job! The place itself is also nice. Beergarten is pretty big and is the obvious choice for summer. 100% returning when in the area - one of the best places in this area!!!
Relatively large family farm brewery with a small modern tasting room and a wide biergarten shaded by old trees full of birds. Selection is half draft and half bottles, which include their new Weizenbock and Rauchbock, available to go for the same price. Herr Kundmüller found me on the patio and started a conversation that led to a peek at the boilers and fermenters and underground lagering facility. I tried the Pils, Kellerbier and Lagerbier from tap and they were better than the DMS dirty bottles of 2013-2014, but not at 4.0-level like we found with Weiherer in 2011-2012
Large biergarten iin a rural area. There was cows not so far away while we were drinking our lagerbier which is deifnitly above average. Service was friendly. There is a farm that sells fresh products also. Cool place.
Gasthof and brewery in a hamlet called Weiher on a slope south of Trunstadt; a quite modern - by franconian standards - pub and a smaller shady patio in front of it ( plus a shadowless beergarden in a backyard) are surely worth a detour; friendly service, simple franconian meals and a quite large selection of their own beers…
Nice pub/restaurant/brewery on a hillside in the village of Weiher. Pretty large place, lots of outside and inside seating, and one of the only places I’ve seen with several different beers on tap (they make several keller/landbier variations). Typical German grub as food. Service was given by a young woman that spoke good english and was very helpful. Prices were on par. Good scenery as well, and they even have a small farm as a neighbor that was selling fresh produce, which we profited from as well. Good spot.
jorge76 (273) , Italy | October 28, 2013| Updated November 12, 2014
so what can i say.. i really no have idea how and why i missed this fantastic place in my previous trips in franken ..their beer are all gougeous with the keller one of the best in this style i ever had in my life!!nice place in but we were so lucky to visit it in very good weather in late october so we stayed out in a round table and we could looked at all the rabbits,horses,dogs,cats and goats.. very typicall .. one of my favourite ..
Best beer-stop in the area bar none. Usually 3 or 4 excellent beers on tap - we were offered Keller, Lager and Urstoffla (dunkel), all at $2 a half. Excellent comfort food, also well priced, Friendly service - be aware you order and collect beer/food yourself from inside thoug! A big sprawling biergarten, with a big playground for the kids plus assorted animals - guinea pigs, goats, horses - to greet and feed.
madthom8 (126) Kingsbridge, England | April 15, 2012| Updated September 2, 2013
Visited March 2012. I had a beer inside and then one outside in the garden. The bar/restaurant must have been fixed up since Beershine’s visit as it is now very clean and pleasant. The front garden is by the stables and there is also pens with hogs and guinea pigs. This would be a good place to bring your kids. There are also pleasant views of the village and area from the garden. Everyone seemed to have a hard time getting the barpersons attention as she was out in the kitchen seemingly out of earshot. I tried two draught beers: the Lager and the Rauch. Both were good, especially the lightly smoky Rauch. No buses, but it is in pleasant countryside so walking or biking is possible. Update July 2013. Ate this time and it was good. Out back there is a huge play area for children. The beer was again very good especially the Ur-Stoffla.
Has two beer gardens, one out front and one in the back. The indoors is rather grotty but the gardens are wonderful. The one out front smells pungently like farm, so is not great for beer tasting. The back garden is where it’s at, with a view of the surrounding hills. Could sit there all day. Has a large playground away from the tables. We brought our own lunch, which is good because the food was only out of the fryer, did not look good at all. They have a rauchbier and their lagerbier is excellent, one of my favorites from this region and I can’t wait to go back...I also owe them for a round.