Scheßlitzer Straße 7
Bamberg Station 9 km/semi-regular bus service
Closed Monday & Tuesday (unless Monday is a holiday)
Wednesday & Thursday 10:30 to 14:00 & 16:00 to 22:00
Friday to Sunday 10:30 to 22:00
Biergarten open from April through September
Output: 1000 HL
Founded in 1865, this is owned by the same Göller family from Zeil am Main. This simple roadside pub has a pleasant Biergarten out back. It’s conveniently located right across the street from the bus stop as well as on the 13-Brauereienweg. I stopped by briefly years ago and only had time for a couple of beers and vowed to return but it wasn’t until the summer of 2021 that it came to be. I was pleasantly surprised at just how nice the Biergarten is. I had seen a covered courtyard area and thought it was the only outside seating area.
Lovely Biergarten & covered courtyard
I had their very pleasant Lager Hell, their only regular beer. It was a lot better than I’d remembered and it would be easy to sit in such a pleasant spot and drink a few of these. I smartly ordered their Hausplatte, a large portion of mixed house-butchered cold cuts.
a great Hausplatte & tasty Lager
I noticed they still had some of the spring seasonal Gaumenkitzler, a top-fermented Rotbier, so got one of those and decided to stay and enjoy a sweet spot rather than continue on with my planned hike.
a seasonal beer in a sweet spot
With the discovery of the great little Biergarten out back and the excellent food, I’m sure it won’t take me so long before my next visit. This coupled with my doing tours on this portion of the 13-Brauereienweg has meant a few more visits. I’ve had their Urstoff and Bock along with some tasty Zwetchgenbames.
two new for me seasonal beers & and old favorite
I had a brief stop here while doing a tour in November of 2022 and the Bock was vastly improved from my first experience. I returned in March 2023 for the first tour out there of the season and found the Lager in very good form and also a tasty if unusually dry and fruity for the style Märzen. Göller is getting better every time I go out and it’s great to see.
Göller Bock & Märzen
On my first visit quite a few years ago, I had what looks a bit more filtered Lager Hell and what was a winter seasonal Braunbier, which appears to no longer be brewed.
the beers I had on my first visit
Beers: Lager Hell
- Märzen in March & April
- Gaumenkitzler in May & June
- Bockbier in October
- Urstöffla in December & January
- Kirchweich is the 3rd Sunday in July
- Göllerkerwa is the 2nd Sunday in August
- Bockbieranstich is the beginning of October
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