A bit outside of Munich, but easy to reach by public transport and a little walk through the village of Aying. Offers the core range of Ayinger’s beers. Food is nice, atmosphere is cozy, service was super quick and friendly. Prices are a notably lower than in Munich. Would visit again.
Very nice bierstube in front of the brauereigasthof (hotel) and the old brewey building, 10 min walk from S-bahn station line S7 (while the actual factory is more or less in the middle). Stube inside, biergarten outside under the big chestnut trees. I’ve been there several times but only in weekdays, in august, and it’s relatively is quiet (gets busy in late afternoon, at 9 PM most people leaves), customers are mostly locals. Good fresh beers, it’s a pity not all of them are on tap, and you have to be lucky to catch some seasonals.
Everyday at 5PM they serve the Helles from holzfass (real wooden barrel), worth a try.
Food is top notch and huge, service is real quick, they’re friendly with foreigners, if you don’t speak German nothing to worry about.
Prices at the moment are, in EUR, 2.90 for the 0.5L hell and 0.3L Pils, 3.20 all the rest. Hot meals are available from 10AM to 10PM for really reasonable prices.
You can buy sixpacks also, glasses and stuff are available in the hotel reception or factory outlet.
Wifi only for hotel guests, as far as i know, can go online purchasing a voucher on their hotspot.
Oddly they do not accept credit card.
BTW: I stayed at the hotel wich I really recommend, great place and the sorroundigs are lovely for bike or hiking.
(Originally posted August 30, 2015)
Twas a bit of a drive to get herre but we’ll worth it. Seems like Ayinger is the town center. And what a beautiful town it is. The beers are all fantastic, and the sulze I had the spargel my girlfriend had were great. I got invited to a stomptisch inside and met a few really nice local beer drinkers. I also got talked into trying snuff for the first time...that I would not recommend. Next time I’m back I have try the other establishments that Ayinger has here.
After the staff witnessed our existence we had great service and a good time. Traditional bavarian kitchen, friendly atmosphere, low prices (compared with Munich itself). A fun little fact: They have special glasses for their Urweisse :) Really nothing to complain about. Will come again.
I went with my wife and I can say that we had a great time there. We came from Munich with the S7. The village and the place are nice and the beergarten is just unbelivable, unfortunately we had to be inside due to the weather. The service was nice with attention, typical German food and of course the Ayinger bers that they are one of my favourite brewery. I recommend this place, particulary during the summer.
Right across the street from the hotel, and just a short drive or maybe ten minute walk from the (newer) brewery. Set up like a traditional gasthaus, but with brewery memorabilia everywhere and lots of antlers. Four beers on draft, four more in bottles plus a couple from other breweries (low alcohol stuff, etc). Food menu is a bit more expansive than the usual place, and we visited on a Sunday when they had multiple menu specials - we chose the duck, which was very tasty, and we were glad we ordered just the 1/4 portion, which filled us up for the rest of the day. Waitress was kind and very patient with my limited German, and apologetic that she spoke no English. Worth the short detour from Munich.
very beautiful place, inside and outside.
the selection is superb, and the service is quite good.
i’ve tried marzen, doppelbock, pilsner and dunkel.
in particul marzen and doppelbock are very good.
the restaurant offer very good and well cooked traditional dishes.
prices are quite cheap.
SinH4 (99) Garching b. München, Germany | June 5, 2015| Updated September 18, 2016
So this is where the notorious Celebrator comes from. A packed Bräustüberl in a small village just a little bit south of Munich. Did not have a reservation, but the staff was helpful and it only took a few minutes until we could sit down. The beer is, well, probably the reason why you came here. You can get the Ayinger core range here. Food is tasty, everything okay. If you like Ayinger, you should visit if you can.
Been there again, it was always a lovely experience. Great and well-priced food, good beery and absolutely lovely staff. They also let us take some sixpacks with us for a reduced price, so if you can’t make it to Aying in time to hit the brewery shop, this is an alternative if you ask nicely!