The one at the bottom of the hill. Well we hung around for two hours so it must have been good. The beer queue and the food queue alternated in duration so a sense of relaxed and adaptive opportunism helps. A big space under the chestnut trees. Gemütlich.
Great archetypal franconian Bierkeller on the bottom of the famous Kreuzberg; large seating area, tables in the sun, tables in the shadow... Good and not expensive franconian Bier. Worth a detour! If You are not satisfied, take a 15 minutes walk up the hill to the three busy Kreuzberg Kellers...
One of my favourite beergarten surrounded by trees and . Only locals (like all beergarden in the area) and lots of kids while we were there on a sunny sunday. One of the best Keller and the best. Also, the best pretzel and Radler I’ve had in Germany, for what it’s worth. This is the spot I would go back every weekend if I lived in Germany.
Visited after Kreuzberg, this place is in the same small woods only at the bottom of the hill. When coming throught the village you will see that it is deserted. You will also pass the brewery, which looks closed but then as soon as you start peering into the trees, you will see hundreds of people sitting outside enjoying a kellerbier while their kids play in the park. Self service as usual with the places, the beer is a really really solid one, one of my favorites - even the radler was quite good. The food looked decent as well. Really nice keller, would love to return.
Visited July 2013. Pleasant place in the woods not far from the brewery. There is a large playground for kids. The keller bier was malty yet dry and very good. The food was of large portions and very good. The fellow at the self-serve beer window was less than helpful. Well worth a visit.
Lovely forest place with excellent beer. Supposedly, too big to be authentic, but it’s a nice place full of locals, in all kinds of groups. Nice shade under big trees. Self service, but how do you rate that when it’s age old tradition?
Out in the woods with a big beer garden plus an area with roll-out shades. There’s also a great playground for the kids, and friendly locals (more so if you speak German!). Both food and beer are bar service, as usual with country Kellers it seems. Both the delicious Kellerbier and the so-so Weiss on offer, food was pretty big portions and good quality. Lovely place.
Last Fall I paid a visit to the brewery and the kellerbier blew me away. Back again this Spring and the bierkeller is open instead, and the beer is just as good. On this trip it was matched only by Witgzall in it’s hoppiness and drinkability. So, one of the best kellerbiers around, and also a superb weissebier in bottles (and Kellerbier in bottles to-go). The atmosphere is calm, you’re surrounded by trees and songbirds, and it wasn’t crowed both times we visited. This should be a place every person stops while in the valley.