Kind of stale-feeling 70s place. Went in the afternoon and the big family eating there didn’t seem to want me around. Young lady serving was friendly enough, though she was mostly somewhere deep in the back and couldn’t hear me call. 3 very good beers, though, so it is certainly worth a short detour out of Bamberg by bike or bus. Good in conjunction with Greifenklau.
It took multiple drive-by’s on the way to other breweries to finally find Müller Debring open, and what a surprise they were, pouring excellent naturtrüb kegs of Bockbier (3.9) and Micherla hell (4.0). Kitchen was open in the early afternoon, making it one of the few spots available in the area to drink beer and eat warm food between 2-5pm. Worthy of a return visit.
Visited March 2012. It’s down the hill from the 912 bus stop. I was the only one in the place. Pleasant enough if not very beery decor. Tried three draught beers. The Pilsner was very good, the Dunkles Vollbier was really boring and flabby, and the Micherla was okay.
Brewpub in a village southwest of Bamberg, bus 912 from Bamberg ZOB has a stop 50 metres up the street. The brewery can be seen from th street. it is in the smaller building in the back of the photo. Behind the building is a smaal garden with seating. Beers and food are good. Their newest beer, Michala (not Micherla) is a helles Zwickl/Ungespundetes, very good.
Most of the rooms inside the gasthaus were being renovated when I visited. The only room not being jackhammered was a tiny backroom decorated with old flowery cushions and drapes. Not too attractive, but still homely and expected for the area. Locals were quite chatty, which was surprising considering I visited on a weekday afternoon. Debring really is a sleepy village even though it neighbors Bamberg! Their Pils was stellar, as was their Micherla, an unfiltered blond lager. I would love to revisit once the place is renovated. Their beers were worth it. It is an easy 5-6 km bike ride (or long walk) from Bamberg.
Charming little brewpub just 3 Miles from Bamberg on à busy road. Slowish service but excellent Beers served in stone mugs. Cheap and friendly. Bottles sold to take away. If you are in Bamberg, take the bus or à bicycle and visit this place.
Oakes (816) Vancouver, British Columbia | July 23, 2009
Little place, pretty friendly. The beers are good but not superlative...but still good around here is pretty good. The food wasn’t bad, either. You can get here by bus from Bamberg, or a fairly short pedal.
Beershine (850) VANCOUVER, British Columbia | July 15, 2009| Updated July 17, 2009
Cute little friendly place. We got there before the cook did, and the server was so nice, he actually phoned the cook to find out when the kitchen would open. When we arrived we were the only people in the small beer garden out back, and by the time we ordered food three other tables were taken. Their menu had many fish dishes on it.
This place reminds me of my grandmothers brothers home in the late 70’s with flowery table cloths - and a very homely feel. A very quiet place - it seem that the patrons whisper to each other combined with a light clatter from the older patrons plates - the loudest sounds are the deep frying pot in the kitchen. Seems like a very local place - where you come for lunch. The service is very friendly. 4 beers on draft, 1 in bottle.