Bamberg Station 1.6 km
Monday-Friday from 10:00
Saturday 9:30-3:00 PM
Output: 15000 HL
Founded in 1867, Keesmann has managed to maintain a nice traditional pub while brewing THE Pils of Franconia. If you’re in Bamberg and want to drink a non-smokey brew, had out to the Wunderburg, where both Keesmann and Mahrs reside.
Its interior is traditional wood with locals filling most of the seats. The only tourists that make it here are beer tourists and they are rewarded with not only the finest Pils but also great food, as well. If it’s too crowded and you only want a quick beer, grab one through the service window and drink it like a local in the Schwemme.
signature Herren Pils, cozy pub & service window
I had a great duck breast here and enjoyed a few of their regular beers, as well a fantastic Festbier that had been brewed in commemoration of the 500th year anniversary of the Bavaria Beer Purity Law.
Tasty duck breast & Festbier
Just back from another visit and their delicious Bock was on tap. My wife had deep-fried liver and I had what it seemed everyone was having, Bratwurst.
Deep-fried liver, Bratwurst & a Schnitt of Keesmann Bock
I returned to Keesmann right after the COVID lockdown and got to enjoy their courtyard area on a warm sunny day. It was a lot nicer than I’d remembered. I was there to try their Sternla, a beer I’d had many years earlier. While there, I saw they had a Helles and had one of those too. Both were good but must say, the Sternla is more my style and will be getting another one the next time I’m there.
Josephibock from Ash Wednesday
Keesmann Bock from October to December
Wunderburger Kirchweih is the third weekend in July
Bockbier Anstich is in the middle of October.
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