Attenkirchen Beer Guide: Your Attenkirchen guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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“I've visited here on a couple of occasions now, once in the spring of last year and again today Thursday 2nd January 2020. It's a small getränkemarkt at the northern end of the village, so if you are heading north towards Mainburg turn right at the roundabout in the direction of Nandlstadt it's just along here on the right hand side, there is parking out the front for 3-4 vehicles. Inside it's small, rectangular and narrow, the cashdesk is on the left at the front and the beers are all in crates either side and in the middle stretching back towards the rear of the shop, though there are soft drinks towards the back and on the left hand side. The focus is pretty much all Bavarian with the likes of Augustiner, Schneider Weisse, Erdinger etc all well represented but then there is a good selection of smaller breweries from the immediate area such as Schlossbrauerei Au, Urban Chestnut, Schlossbrauerei Scheyern and others in the Hallertau. It's a nice little shop and I suspect that anyone not from the area will almost certainly pickup plenty of unfamiliar beers. Service is good, friendly and prices excellent.“
Fin 1516 days ago
64 /100 DORFSTR 8
“We visit here quite regularly and despite this being a hotel with a restaurant they are quite happy for you to come and just have a beer. Whilst the address is Attenkirchen, it is actually about a mile outside in a little hamlet called Gütlsdorf, it is easy to find as it is signposted from the road, however if driving north through Attenkirchen in the direction of Au and Mainburg turn left at the roundabout at the end of the village and this place as indicated is about a mile or so in the next village/hamlet on the right. The beer choice seems to be a little sporadic, I have had beers from Schlossbräukeller Au-Hallertau (usually the Pils or Dunkel), wheat beers and Helles from Hofbrauhaus Freising and a wheat from Franziskaner and also Helles from Spaten, *note that there is a Spaten sign outside however I suspect that this is family/privately owned and so they clearly seem able to get beers from where they want. The place is a good size with a gravel garden off to the left and a small children's playground, parking at the front and the rear. It is quite a reasonable size inside, traditional but without the copious amounts of wood seen in many other places, and you will see traditional attire from both customers and staff regularly. Access is steps at the front and side, however I seem to recall it being step free access at the rear. We have mostly sat outside with a beer, but now the cold weather is here we were inside on the last occasion and despite the fact that everyone else (mostly families and friends) were eating they were quite happy for us to have just a beer. I guess that I wouldn't ordinarily add this sort of place, however for those in this area of the Hallertau, walking or cycling it is somewhere where you can get a decent beer from a local brewery. Also it is pretty much our local, so I felt obliged to add it in the absence of beery places around these parts. Btw the food looks really good.**Update**We went on 16th November 2019, for our birthday meal, which was a six course banquet, it was excellent.“
Fin 1567 days ago
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