Gret brauhaus in one of the city’s most active areas. Across the street is Paulaner. The first floor that you walk into is a semi-smokey, large brewhall with long tables filling up the area and lots of noisy conversation. If you go upstairs, it’s quiter and more restaurant-like, and non-smoking (a rare thing for most of these places.) I chose not to rate while I was here - I just enjoyed some Aventinus and Edelweiss straight from the source!
Sat at the back of the beer hall, which was interesting. Service was fine. Selection was 8 or so taps of Schneider Weisse, which is more than many of the bars around. Beer also delicious. Food was really good, had the Bavarian Farmhouse platter (three types of meat, dumpling and sauerkraut). Overall really nice place for a few beers / dinner.
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.
Some good beers here from Schneider Weisse, but thats pretty much it.
saxo (156) Højbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | March 27, 2016
Nice place in center of Munich. Visited on a Sunday afternoon, and 10-20% of the guest were wearing Lederhosen. It all added to the atmosphere. It was very crowded, but also worth the wait. Had two youngsters with me, that didnt want beer and they were told that they had to order something, otherwise they weren’t allowed a seat. They just ordered hot chocolate then. Had a tap5 Hopfenweisen and it was just so good on tap :)
Big ol’ Bavarian beer/food hall. Gotta love it, and of course they make good beers. Nice selection, although nothing you couldn’t get in the US really unless you want to tick that light beer BS. No thanks. I have dignity, even as a ticker. Didn’t try the food.
Firstly, I have to recognize that I love the products from this brewery and especially the tap 5 and 6. I went with my wife and we had a wonderful moment. We went there because of the bad weather. The service is efficient, the place is often crowded but the atmosphere and the decoration are traditional but it is giving a nice sensation. The Schneider beer is simply one of my favourite brewery in Munich.We took a plate of cheese and it was delicious. It is a place to go in this city.
Classic Bavarian restaurant. Loudy, overcrowded with old paintings on walls and food aromas everywhere. View of huge, wooden tables full of dishes is a standard here. About 8 taps with fresh Schneider weisse beer. Food is a bit overrated in my opinion but beer is ok. Still one of the most interesting places in Munich.