Output: 4000 HL
Wednesday to Saturday from 4:00 pm
Founded in 1525 and in the same family ever since, Brauerei Först and Drügendorf are about as linked as a community and brewery can be. Their pub, the Goldener Löwe, is the hub of the village and has been very nicely renovated in a modern but traditional style, complete with a green tile oven. It’s not the easiest brewpub to visit due to very limited hours and public transportation but I finally managed to make it in September 2020. Since I was hiking in from Eggolsheim and it’s currently only open three days a week, I called to reserve a table only to be told it was already booked out. I explained my situation and the owner said if I got there when it first opened, I could have a few beers before the reservations started filing in.
Först Lagerbier & their renovated cozy interior
I started with the flagship Lagerbier, an unfiltered dark malty treat. I’d had a couple times prior but it’s always best at the source. It’s their only beer on tap but I also had their equally tasty Export and a dry, fruity Keller-Pils. I’d eaten a fair sized lunch at Brauerie Pfsister about halfway along my hiking route but couldn’t resist their Apfelküchle.
a very nice Apfelküchle paired well with their Export
Though it was fairly empty when I got there, it was soon full and the people who had the table I was sitting at, arrived a bit early so I finished up and was on my way. I hope to get back for a full meal soon Everything looked great and service was quick and friendly.
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