This was my first visit here, but I had already tried nine of their beers brought home by friends. In spite of this they had another six new beers for me, which was quite impressive. As I was driving I chose to bring five of them in swing top bottles and just drink the one in house. The service is very friendly and efficient. We didn’t eat.
We knew this brewery from our tasting society "Bierbasisstammtisch" and i had to check out the brewery pub by my own because the basic beers and also the seasonals were more than great. The pub is quaintly earthly and cozy. Service was good, our needs were taken serious and fulfilled completely. As a beer rater i´d have desired that the personal could have a little bit deeper knowledge about the own brew, but i suppose they were waitress, unfortunately the brewer and his wife were away. Food was traditional, native, plently and good. We had trout filet with white marinade, onions and roasted potatoes. Then i enjoyed a tasting set, containing 5 of their actual beers on tap. Price was more than acceptable. A Must-Be, when you are in the near of Hamburg.
Benzai (245) Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands | August 25, 2016
Nice place in a peaceful environment. Good food, beer also available in bottles for takeaway. Flight of tasters possible. Waitress speak little English, but they give it a try just like I try to speak a little German. Quite nice, I enjoyed this place.
Situated in a the outskirts of the quiet village of Rickling, just off the major Neumünster-Lübeck road, the microbrewery looks like a perfect place to have an unpretentious dinner before hitting the road again. This is what I did then, enjoying the cozy, undisturbed atmosphere of the beer garden and the undivided attention of the waitress (for more than half an hour I was the only guest.) From the selection of 8 beers available at that moment I chose the seasonal bock to accompany my German size portion of schnitzel and stir-fried potatos with onions. On leaving, I bought a mixed six-pack of the local brews to taste at home. Decent beer, acceptable food, and decent service. I hope to come back one day.
It’s biggest asset is that they are not afraid to try non-German beer styles. I don’t think I’d enjoy staying there for several beers, but it’s fine to stop by for some bottles. The place is somehow creepy in a way, redneck-ish, but I guess that’s just because of the location and the staff, not the building, interior or garden.
allways 4 or 5 beers. additionally some specials like rauchbier or porter (with brett-yeast!). the lämmers are a funny family even if the brewmaster has some strange ideas and thoughts. the interior - well...