Serlbacher Straße 10
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 8.30 to 2:00 PM
Forchheim Station 1.3 km
Output: 10000 HL
Founded in 1848, the photo below was the original location on the same road as both Neder and Hebendanz on Sattlertorstraße. It ceased brewing in 1953 and moved to a larger location just north of the old town center. This location remained a pub and was surely where I tried the Greif beers on my first visit in 2003. It was a simple one-room boozer much like Neder and Hebendanz. This was before I had a Smarthphone and Google Maps and with the signage, it was an honest mistake given the location of the other brewpubs.
the old location of Greif & the still gravity-dispensed Hell at new location
I finally made it to the newer location just on the edge of town. It’s only about 1 km and you pass Eichhorn on the way so worth heading there to drink Greif beer at the source. They only have their Hell on tap but it’s gravity dispensed and seems what everyone there drinks. I opted for the bottled Weihnachtsfestbier since I’m not sure if I’ll get back there in winter again. It was quite good even if sadly not on tap. I guess I’ll have to return to try the Hell since it’s still properly served there.
interior of “new” Greif & their Weihnachtsfestbier
Beers: Greif Edel Pils, Greif Hell, Greif Radler, Greif Capitulare, Greif Lager, Greif Leicht, Greif Weizen Hell, Greif Weizen Dunkel, Greif Bernsteinweizen, Greif Weizen Leicht, Greif Schlöbberla, Greif Zwickl.
Annafestbier from the middle of June to the middle of August
Greif Bock from the middle or end of October, while it lasts
Weihnachtsfestbier from the middle of November to the middle of January
Greif-Keller opens the end of April
Altstadtfest is the last weekend of June
Annafest from the Saturday before July 26th
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