Brauereigasthof Geyer

half-timbered brewpub exterior
Hauptstraße 18
91097 Oberreichenbach
Tel: 09104/28 02
www.brauereigasthof-geyer.de
Rooms available

Erlangen station 22 km

Opening hours:
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 17:00
Friday                                                   9:00 to 22:00
Saturday & Sunday                          9:00  to 14:00 & 17:00 to 22:00
Closed Tuesday
(Please note from May to the end of September, they are closed when their Felsenkeller is open)

Output: 1500 HL

Though founded in 1894 and in the same family since its inception, the half-timbered building its housed in dates back to 1519. It features a cozy interior complete with a tile oven and hops strewn across the front of the bar area. With hot meals offered every day during kitchen hours (not between 14:00 & 17:00) and rooms available, it makes a good overnight stop.

Cozy interior of Brauereigasthof Geyer

We spent the night so I got to try all the beers on tap as well as enjoy a meal at their obviously popular restaurant. After checking in, I started off with their Helles Landbier and headed out for a hike to the nearby pond area and returned to quench my thirst with a half taster of their Weizen.

starting off with Geyer’s lighter beers

I started off dinner with their signature Hausbier, a Kellerbier. According to the brewer, it is the unfiltered version of the Landbier but I found it not only much superior but very little like it. I asked for it in a clear glass but it typically comes in a Krug. It went well with their pumpkin soup.

a nice start to dinner

My wife arrived later and after enjoying the soup, had their Kalbsbraten and we both enjoyed their Rotbier.

a great combination on a cold night

Since it’s a noted area for carp, I got the Karpfenfilet with a lovely simple Kartofelsalat, probably the hit of the whole meal in its simple melding of flavors. I got their Pils to round off the beers. Of course, I finished up with their Hausbier and if pressed for time, this is the one to get.

regional carp & their Pils to round things off

Geyer is also a Brennerei and we had a very fiery and tasty Hollunderbeeren Geist. We were sure glad we had a room. I’m sure we’ll be back but hopefully in summer when their Felsenkeller is open.

Beers: Hausbier (Kellerbier), Rotbier, Helles Landbier, Pils & Weizen, all on tap.

Beer calendar:
Bierfest is the first Friday in August
Kirchweih is the first weekend in September
Festbier in early September and early December

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