July -13. Very cozy and large place - perhaps the largest in Windisch?. The atmosphere was great - the Zoigl too yeasty and forgettable. Re-rate April 17. Beer was clean. Large and inviting place. Owners chatty and welcoming. The beer on this visit was outstanding. 64-80
Visited mai 2013 with my parents, and we walked like 60 m from the previous zoigl place :-). Arriving just after lunch a birthday party was going on :-) 50 retired people singing and drinkring zoigl, having a good time. We found our self a corner to sit in and enjoyed our zoigl as well. This zoigl brauhaus is placed in a big building, and there is a bakery and a small supermarket as well. For sure worth a re-visit.
another other-world hobbit-hole of a stube located around the back from the main street in Windischeschenbach. their zoigl is musty, a bit raw / unpolished / rough, but the atmosphere is everything there is to know about zoiglbier in Oberpfalz. check the Zoiglkalendar for open weekends.
Small brewery, Zoiglstube, small supermarket and bakery in one. The former chef wanted to enlarge and modernize the Kommunbrauerei but the other owners declined, so he started his own brewery. Opens for a long weekend 11 times a year, much like the others. Also brews for Zoiglstuben in other places in the surrounding area. Atmosphere is great, food and service are good, the beer varies a bit, but is generally good. More malty and less hoppy than the Kommunbier, in general.
Visited 11/07/2011. Sat outside on a hot afternoon, enjoying the shade by a cooling stream. Waiter provided rapid service. Beer was a bit iffy quality wise, but that didn’t detract too much from a pleasant experience.
Very "ethnic", very traditional Zoigl pub, that uses, instead of the Kommunbrauhaus next door, its own equipment. Unfortunately that doesn’t help the Zoigl brewed here very much....... Anyway, worth a visit to form Your opinion about it.
Off on a small side street, but not hard to find because of the huge metal Zoigl sign. The beer was good and the service was quick. Short menu with mostly Bavarian and Oberfalzer snacks and specialties.
Down a dark alley - no street lights at all. Didn’t seem like I was at the right place but a few people ahead of me looked like they knew where they were going so I followed them in. Fairly roomy for a Zoiglhaus. Found an empty table and was quickly served. A pleasant place.