Bamberg Station 2.6 km
Closed on Monday
Daily from 10:30
Output: 990 HL
Founded in 1919, this is one of Bamberg’s smaller breweries and one unfortunately often overlooked. Set up on one of Bamberg’s many hills, unless you are going up to visit the Bierkellers, it is a little out of the way. For those who do make the journey, you will find a traditional inn full of locals serving up great food and tasty beer. Their Biergarten is one of the great secrets of Bamberg. If you are in town in the warmer months and the weather is good, by all means head up that hill. You won’t regret it.
I’ve been here in both winter and summer and they both have their charms. I even question myself for not going more often. I had a great Schweinebraten (roast pork) in winter washed down with lovely Bockbier and both were top notch.
Schweinebraten with Bockbier in cozy winter pub
I recently took some English friends up there in summer and it was their favorite spot. I hate to admit, it was my first time in the Biergarten and it won’t be the last. The beer was fantastic, including a seasonal lightly smoked lager called Greif-R and the Schäuferla a hit with the lads.
A very tasty and ample Schäuferla in their charming Biergarten
I finally got my wife to the Greifenklau Biergarten when some friends from the US came over for some beer hiking outside Bamberg. This was our warm-up venue and everyone loved it. Their Lager was a hit with them too.
another great Biergarten time at Greifenklau
This is a nice area of town that many people don’t get to and there are some local festivals to keep a look out for. There are a few seasonal beers as you can see below.
Beers: Lager, Weizen.
Bockbier the end of March or beginning of April
Rotes Märzen from the beginning of May
Mildes Rauchbier called Greif-R in June and July
Laurenzi (an unfiltered Märzen) in fall
Bockbier in November
An occasional Zwickel
Laurenzikerwa is the 2nd weekend in August
Bockbier Anstich is the first Thursday after Repentance Day
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