A surprising find in the Munich airport, every beer we sampled was flavorful, aromatic, and technical (no faults or flaws), all 3.6 and above for me. I never have high expectations for airport breweries but this is Germany, after all, where even an airport braumeister takes his work seriously. No throwaway or mailed-in beer here. The kitchen serves a lot of food typical of the region, as well as atypical dishes such as baked turkey breast and salmon filet.
Made a short visit during a Mileage Run with SAS in January 2016. I tried the Aurbräu Kumulus and the FliegerQuell. Both beers were ok although nothing special. The place itself was big with quite a lot of quests at around noon. The service was good and the beers only cost around 2.50 EUR. I would like to see places like this at other airports.
Obviously worth a visit if you have a little time to kill at the airport. The beer is pretty decent, and not outrageously overpriced the way beer (and everything else, really) sometimes is at the airport. Adequate service. Not the cosiest ambiance, but I reckon that’s to be expected of an airport brewpub. I didn’t eat during my visit but the food looked alright. Certainly worth checking this place out if you are able.
I stopped in here during my short layover in Munich and had a breakfast beer. Their food looked good but beer was my destination and not food. There were not many patrons and the service was kind of slow. The beer was pretty good though.
Good for an airport bar. The pils and weizen were ok, and my waitress was smiling and pleasant. Plus the beers, despite this being the airport, were the cheapest in town at about 2.75 for 500 ml. Worth going to, though the beers are nothing special. Pretty damn good for an airport bar, though.