Very nice brewpub. Cozy, friendly and warm. Beer selection is outstanding. I’m particularly fond of their Zwergla, a dark märzen. Wanted to try the doppelbock, but I was too early in the season. I’ll be BACK!! Next time, I’ll also book a room here - nice, central location and within walking distance to a couple of other fine brewpubs. They’re right across the street from Spezial, they’re just down the road from Maisel Bamberger Weissbier Haus, and Mahr’s Brau is just a short 10-minute walk away.
Across the street from Spezial brauerei. I got the feeling Fassla is the blue collar joint of Bamberg. Ordered a couple beers from the window and neither were very good. Location is everything with this place, but otherwise it was a bit mediocre.
Convenient stop across from Spezial. Central courtyard with halls on each side and a hotel above. SinH4, CS and I ordered from the serving window and sat in the courtyard. There was a second more crowded courtyard beyond we could have chosen. Decent beers. Friendly locals.
A great "boozer" of a pub/inn/brewery. Local old geezers and blue collar guys drinking ALL day. Stayed two nights in the inn and had plenty of their beer. Both were solid. Across the street from Spezial.
This is another beer hall/restaurant/inn in Bamberg and right across the street from Spezial. Really solid classic lagers with a small selection, though perhaps more extensive than many of the other similar places in town. Feels cozy and old, it fits right in in Bamberg.
Stayed October, 2017. Other than drinking fresh beer from tap we slept in Fassla for two nights. Was supposed to be 3 nights but when we arrived the pub - and the reception - were closed. Found room in IBIS and returned the next morning. We weren't charged for the night we missed. Room was cosy, clean and functional (with a view to Spezial), breakfast not very vegan-friendly (but the vegetarian did well), beer's decent and staff was very, very friendly. Good value for money and we sure enjoyed stepping into a brewpub upon waking up (do note though - steep stairs and no lift).
Yet a traditional brewpub in the main street. A bit more careful on the heavy wooden interior than some other pubs around, giving the place a very unpretentious and folksy feeling. The entrance corridor functions as a drinking area, with a seated area to the right and a partly roof covered outdoor area in the back. Fairly busy, with an eclectic clientele. Decent, quaffable beers, with both snacks and food available, and even some rooms to let upstairs. Good value and service.