Fantastic spot with all the Andechs you could want. I always struggle to grade these types of places concerning selection -- yes it’s limited to Andechs beers, but so what? Service is effective but the terrace is incredible. Come here in the sun and drink beer.
Visited September 18, 2016 - On the glass it says "Seit 1455", so you can figure they’ve got the recipe down to the way they like it. I like it, too, and on a very rainy Sunday afternoon (Day 2 of the 2016 Oktoberfest down the hill in Munich) I found myself enjoying the Andechs Special Hell. A filtered and worthy Bavarian Helles brew. I like the slightly stronger taste that goes with the slightly darker hue. The regular Helles is also a tasty treat. The fries, and especially the ribs, were a welcome addition. A pleasure to be here, whatever the weather.
SinH4 (108) Garching b. München, Germany | April 3, 2016
A beautiful place located a good hour walk from Herrsching. Great ambiance, great beer, great food. Self-service or serviced, depending which of the 3 places you choose. Worth a visit, and worth the small hike up.
Famous Bavarian brewery situated about 40 km on south-west from Munich. Huge space inside and also huge bier garden outside with awesome view of Alps. Brilliant malty Dunkel Doppelbock! Must try if in Bayern.
A beautiful place on top of a mountain. The brewery makes some nice beers. The food is great, pork knuckle haxn, etc, the desserts are awesome. The views are beautiful. The church is beautiful inside. Self service on most things here. Definitely worth a visit, though it is not easy to get to.
Went on a Sunday, LOTS of people visiting. The monastery didn’t quite look like I expected it to do, but it was a nice trip. The beers are great of course and the food was decent. Great atmosphere though.
A big Bräustüberl in a great envinronment. Easy to find place with a huge parking lot. Very popular on a Tuesday midday. Fast service. 4 beers available: Hell, Dunkelbock, Weißbier & Radler plus Russ ’n Halbe and Apfelweisse.
Great day trip visit to the kloster after the lake nearby. The gift store has some cool stuff and the view at the top of the hill by the church is pretty nice. The food in the biergarten is excellent. The beef jowel salad is fantastic on a hot day, the pork ribs were cooked to perfection and required no sauce, and the steckerlfisch while pretty expensive was awesome. As for the beer, i had a mass of the doppelbock dunkel which was plenty for the afternoon.