Only 2 beers on tap, just a Keller and a Pils, but they were very good. The typical cosy wooden dining room was empty, but as 7pm passed the big yard/beergarden filled up. Nice food and friendly service. Hardly world-class, but a very nice village Keller.
Sorry I made mistake updating my review .. This is the latest one.. We visited Andreas at mid afternoon he was waiting a 50 guys coach with amaricans beers tourists ... We had one Keller , one bock and one schnitzel .. All of them amazing with the bock on the top of the table .. Hoppy and citrus ... I don’t have more words to spend about Andreas who is always a good hosteller and a humble guy .. He has welcomed us in a fantastic way and he knows what I’m talking about ...
Dunno why, but is somehow forgot to rate this place. Visited 2 times august 2012 and had a grand time at both visits. Great food, better beer, actually they are top class, and mostly of all a very friendly and personal welcome and service by Andreas and his wife. While looking though the food menu i had a question about one dish, then went to order something else. We had our starters and then a little later Andreas came to our table with a freshly cooked small sample of the dish i asked him about earlier so that i could try that aswell. Second night he tooks us around the old brewery and cellar. Great value for money. Outstanding place, a must go if in the area. Thanks Andreas!
Visited July 2013. We sat in the biergarten and had food and beer. Only two beers available, Kellerbier and Pils. The lamb shank ( lammhaxe) was tender and excellent. The Kellerbier was malty and chewy and very good. A good place, but not quite sure it lives up to its billing.
Nice, classic place with the usual dark wood, long tables and a biergarten. We had mentioned in advance that we were coming, and got to taste more than the two (outstanding) beers on tap. Even without this,I’m sure service would still have been quick and efficient with a big smile. The food was classic dishes, but extra tasty
Typical franconian Gasthaus (read: wood on the walls, low ceilings, friendly service etc.) with a nice patio/beergarden in the backyard. But that’s it already! This place is not better than many other nice locations in Franconia. So the hype is hard to understand. If this place is too quiet for You, try the lively Löwenbräu in Buttenheim!!!
Visited several times - and what a great place. The beers are lovely, food is great and staff is superb :-). Placed not far from Bamberg, being in the area it would be a natural choise to visit this place. Traditionel german brauhaus deco, the food is german brauhaus food with a twist, and they do lovely desserts :-). The beers are very nice and served well condtioned.. Great place, hope to be back soon. :-)
When there they only had their keller and a weissbier from another brewery, but Andreas was so kind to let me try his Green Gold IPA, the Quator and the Smoked Märzen. The garden is nice, the food is awesome and the staff is very friendly and nice (I never saw so many nice waitress all together!).
Visited on 18/07/2012. Reached by walking along the cycle track from the 907 bus terminus in Drosendorf, which took about an hour and was pleasant amongst the wheat fields and orchards, with a view of the Giechburg castle across the valley. I was the first customer of the day a couple of minutes after opening and received a friendly welcome from the owners. Got to sample a couple of great beers (the keller and smoked Marzen) and sit in a pleasant, leafy courtyard. Enjoyed it so much I missed the last (1806) bus back to Bamberg and had to repeat the walk to Drosendorf instead. A great experience all round.