Modern, upmarket place next to Klosterbräu with a beautifully sparse, sauna-esque interior. The view onto the river is absolutely stunning, almost like being on a ferry with the everpresent sound of rushing water in the background. The waitress was very friendly and the choice of draught beers, including a house-beer and the otherwise elusive Gänstaller Zwickelpils is also solid. Didn't try any food. Pretty much had the place to ourselves on a Tuesday November afternoon.
Visited 4.10.17. Sat on the bar as they were preparing for the evening service. Well-lit and modern looking with nice spirits display as well as a bunch of interesting taps. The location is not to be missed.
Tourist attraction situated IN the river between two streams. Must be visited early, before it becomes the huge tourist trap. Maybe possible to find a Gänstaller vom Faß you haven’t tried. Not very beer-geeky. But location-geeky indeed.
The main event here is the Hotel Nepomuk, one of the most photographed in Europe for its position at the confluence of of two fast-flowing streams. The price and availability of rooms varies hugely but if you get an affordable price, click and go. You will remember it. Eckert’s is its restaurant, two meters above water level and mostly in light hardwoods. Five beers on draught usually includes at least one Gänstaller and other classics. The cooking, whether simple or contrived, is bang on. The small riverside terrace is great too and the Klösterbräu taphouse is out front. One of the great upmarket hotel-beer-venues of Europe.