Ayinger Celebrator in Berlin?

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Phier
10:02 Fri 12/30/2011

Hey all,

Moving to Berlin soon and iím looking for a regular supply of this beer.
If anyone knows a place it would be appreciated.

As an aside, if you know of a Berlin-centric beer enthusiasts forum, or a site with an RSS feed for newly added stock supplies, that would be great.

Prost!

 
lethe
beers 177 º places 11 º 11:57 Fri 12/30/2011

Iím new in town as well, but I donít think Iíve seen Ayinger yet. Iím sure a local ratebeerian would have more information than me, though. I was just at Ambrosetti in Charlottenburg today, which has a great selection, and, unless I just missed it, I donít think they had any Ayinger. They did have, however, other great doppelbocks and weizenbocks from Andechs, Schneider, and others.
Send me a beermail when in town if youíd like to meet for a beer.
cheers



Originally posted by Phier
Hey all,

Moving to Berlin soon and iím looking for a regular supply of this beer.
If anyone knows a place it would be appreciated.

As an aside, if you know of a Berlin-centric beer enthusiasts forum, or a site with an RSS feed for newly added stock supplies, that would be great.

Prost!

 
Phier
12:47 Fri 12/30/2011

Sound. Will do!

I take it they occasionally have more than they list on their site?

http://www.ambrosetti.de/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Ambrosetti-Artikelliste.pdf

Would be curious as to the price of the Andechser Doppelbock if you remember?

Cheers.

 
Bierkrug
beers 2130 º places 312 º 12:57 Fri 12/30/2011

In Germany is is more often called Ayinger Winterbock. Look for it under than name as well.

 
Phier
16:46 Fri 12/30/2011

Just so other people wondering the same thing know, i found this:

http://www.ayinger.de/?pid=362&s=a

which leads to this:

http://www.grabsch.de/

which claims to stock both the 33cl Celebrator, and itís 50cl counterpart Winterbock.

Bit of a trip away from the centre, but thatís a start :)