t0rin0 (1516) Do Not Resuscitate, California | August 23, 2013| Updated September 11, 2013
Place rating number 500.
Visited September 2012 with chinoskillzian on a two day tour of Munich.
Being one of my favorite German brewers (that we can actually get in the US) I really wanted to check this place out and wasnít (too) disappointed. The only downside was the bitchy server but wearing shorts and a tshirt apparently warrants that. Despite her though we ordered a few rounds, sat outside by the street, enjoyed a few rounds, and watched the hooligans yelling. I guess there was a game going on at the time.
What I thought was really cool about this was the fact that they had all the Tap variations of the regular beers all on tap at once. We tried a few of the ones that we hadnt seen in the US, a glass of Aventinus (naturally), and I ordered a small glass of the distilled Aventinus. The schnapps was pretty bad I thought, though it did taste like banana, and the rest were pretty good. I could definitely see myself stopping in here for a half liter of Aventinus or the Tap X Nelson when ever in town.
nate2g (1094) Boomtown!, Australia | May 16, 2014| Updated May 17, 2014
It was very busy even on a Monday evening however service was great and had no dramas ordering a beer. Lively atmosphere in a somewhat traditional setting. The tap X was available but by the bottle only. A good place to get started for a beer in Munich.
Really nice, busy old venue in central Munich. Good traditional surrounds, staff wear durndls but are generally miserable. A great range of Schneider Weisse beer including more adventurous beers.
Expensive compared to the rest of Germany but still a good place to visit and recommended.
Visited many times over the years, most recently summer 2012.
Centrally located, Weisses Brauhaus can be easily worked into a pub crawl.
Trad wood pannelled interior and service usually without a smile, acme rent a grumpy 54 year old frauline kind of affair!
The place is nearly always busy of an evening, usually tourists making up a large proportion of the crowd.
Usually 7 or 8 Schneider beers on tap. Meine Hopfen Weisses always tastes great here, much hoppier and fresher than any bottle Ive ever had.
Solid central Munchen Brauhaus and one that i always prioritise a return to.
Nice place, traditional vibes. Good beers on tap. The place is a touch commercialised, though, and I wish the staff didnít take orders on touch-pad computers. But the beer is varied and good. Probably not the best value but you are in central Munich and places like this are big tourist attractions. Worth a visit.
Fin (950) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | February 6, 2008
Enjoyed this busy place, and managed to get the Schneider Eisbock in bottle, beware itís quite a beast. The waitress who served us was really friendly and the place quite buzzing, didnít have food but it looked ok, group of Bavarian chaps in full regalia were singing and playing some oompah stuff out the back room.
Classical environment. Big, high ceilings, spacious, open to outside in good weather, large wooden tables, cozy, grand and great taps. The Bavarian "pancake" is really good, I forgot what it is called.
Yet another brewery-restaurant for the brewery that has moved out of the town. This one is really cool - representing Weiss beer specialist - Schneider. Guys are doing real great job with white beers - not only traditionals are excellent, but there is a number of great innovative brews.
Somehow the typical place; even mid week it was packed full, and therefore quite chaotic; it has the expected old style decoration; beers are good but Iím not a huge fan of wheat beer, although itís positive that they try something new with their Tap X; normal food.
Long, narrow beer hall with a small patio out front. The beer list was much more expansive than most of the other places in town. Most of the tap series was available in keg and bottle. Service was slow but not offensively so. Overall, a nice place. Worth checking out.