Visited 6.10.17. The weather kinda sucked throughout the day, so the vast biergarten was empty. However, the glasshouse-like interior brought the forest inside, which was nice. It's a huge place, family-friendly, with a relatively large selection and a counter-order restaurant with a few vegan and vegetarian offerings on the menu. Nothing too exciting, but that's a start! A little pricier than other places in the area, there are better beers around, but the location is lovely and worth the visit.
Tolles Brauhaus auf dem Kreuzberg. Idyllisch im Wald mit großem Erlebnisspielplatz für Kinder. 8 Biere vom Fass. Dazu verschieden gereifte Bickbier Spezialitäten. Gute fränkische Küche. Muss man mal besucht haben!
A great place with really great beer. That is quite different from the norm around. The food was great. The place is really family friendly and a lot of things for the kids to do, while the parents enjoy the beer.
Out of this great setting with 2 awesome kellers lies this relatively ugly duckling. It’s a brewpub, they make their beer onsite but it just isn’t very good. The seating area is packed, loud, and generally uncomfortable, strange sudden change in ambiance with the two other places literally within a stones throw of the place. The prices were higher and everything just had a more commercial aspect to it. Will return to Kreuzberg, won’t waste time on this place.
Visited many times. Almost every time it has been quit a busy place and crowed .. You can get both food and beer, find sun or shadow as you want. Beers has alwas been in good condition, andalwas new sesson beers also for me. The keller can be a bit tricky to find / get to - but for sure worth the trip, so we will be back..
That was really a good surprise!
Not really in the town of Hallendorf, it’s up to the Kreuzberg. Located close to the church and in the middle of the forest.
Kinda big place, with a good biergarten and tables inside(closed in summer).
The food is good, average prices and good quality. The selection is good, around 10 home beers in tap.
The bad thing is that everything is selfservice...
Big and rather busy place, with the well ordered rows of benches looking a bit less organic than the other kellers in the area. Quite a few different beer, some classic German styles, and some more modern/experimental/gimmicky. Rather expensive for the area.
On the hill between Stiebarlimbach, Schnaid and Hallerndord sits Kreuzberg keller amid the rest of the facilities. It’s a rather busy, crowded and loud bierkeller, not very comfortable for a session, and the Kreuzberg beer was way off - lots of diacetyl and vegetable notes, and rough as well. Very poor beer and a lot of gimmicky beer on the menu. So, bad experience for me here. If you don’t mind the crowds, the playground, etc., and if their beer is what you go for, you will like it a lot. I found better beer next door at the Rittmayer keller (though some problems there as well). And Lieberth, of course, is a good bet.