Holy fucking shit. This is a landbier paradise. Racks of weizen for 13,50 euro and other beer racks for 11 or 12 euro if I remember correctly. We showed up and asked for one of everything in the store and the employees were very helpful in making sure we didn’t get duplicates and that we were taken care of. In total, we walked out of the store with six racks of completely different, small Franconian brewery beers- probably one of weizenbier, one of pils, four of kellerbier and helles- and after taxes and pfand, our total bill for six racks of beer was 102,00 euro. Fuck yeah. The glass collection was out of this fucking world. Masskrug from many of these tiny breweries around Franconia. I nearly shit my pants when I walked in, to be honest. I hope to be back in the future.
Visited November 2011 already on the way to be drunk.. So I don’t remember the place ... I met a nice local guy and started to talk about beer and stuff.. I had a couple of beers from a wood barrel and one bottle too ... Very nice experience and very good beer !!!
Awesome place, knew there’d be a lot of glass- and stoneware going in, but was still surprised at the level. There’s the main wall, but the runner near the ceiling circles the whole place. Quite happy with the selection, tons of countryside breweries and even a few I hadn’t heard of, though it’s clear they aren’t trying to assemble a comprehensive assortment. Bottles are all fresh and service was great! And prices hover in the 70-80 cent range, which is really hard to beat. I plan to do some internet business with them in the future.
What a hell of a beershop! You get there and you really don’t know what to buy for the selection is so large! I spent a lot of time inside there, ending up with 7 bottles which costed me less than 7€, something unbelievable for the prices I’m used to in Italy. A MUST stop in Nürnberg! Large selection of bierkrug, too.
hawanna (45) Freising, Germany | April 29, 2012| Updated July 10, 2012
Excelente tienda de cervezas en Nürnberg. Posiblemente la mejor que haya visitado. Con una selección de cervezas franconas absolutamente maravillosa. Lo mejor es que las cervezas proceden de pequeñas fábricas hasta entonces desconocidas para mi. La única pega (por decir algo) es que las dependientas no hablen inglés. Los precios son auténticamente de risa. Totalmente recomendable si pasas por Nürnberg...o alrededores.
TAR (34) Blue Ridge Mountains , North Carolina | November 19, 2011| Updated January 16, 2012
Landbierparadies might just be the neatest bottle shop I have ever stepped into. A store solely devoted to a region that produces a dizzying array of magical low-gravity beers which often requires a visit to the brewery to obtain such beers? Extraordinary! With an overall stellar attention to detail, dust-free bottles (I looked at just about every bottle in the store, and none were past their "best by" date), cool temperatures, and a well-organized layout of the store, this place will make you feel like a 9-year-old kid at a gargantuan toy store with grandma and a blank check. Nice easy ten-minute walk from the train station makes it super convenient, and with the average bottle costing around €1.20, it simply does not get any better. So damn refreshing is it that a place like this exists in the world! Absolutely a must-stop while in Nurnberg.
Yup, it doesn’t get much better. Ambiance is not much...a small warehouse with beer still in the crates. Hard to evaluate the service, as most of the folks who operate the place don’t speak English, so I’ve never asked for (or needed) any help. Visited briefly back in 2011 but didn’t feel right rating it that time. Now living here for a month and thus visiting the store almost daily. The prices are insanely cheap compared to any bar or restaurant, as you might expect...the average price is under a euro per bottle...I always get about 10 bottles and it’s always just under 10 euros. It’s all smaller-brewery stuff, unlike Mekka...you won’t see Beck’s and Tucher and such here. Not all the breweries are *good*, of course, but at least there’s no wasted space for the macro and near-macro breweries. They have three associated bars in the area as well (two south of old town, one out in Fuerth), so if you don’t have the means to lug bottles away you can go sit and drink a lot of these brewers’ wares instead (mostly in bottle form).
Nice getränkemarkt close to the train station. The decoration is amazing, with old bottles, glasses and brewing machines.
The service is good, ready to help if you want.
All the beers are franconian regional beers, kinda dificult to choose if you are not into the brauereis.
Worth a visit, one of the best.