A nice scenic 1 km walk from Brauerei Prechtel
Opening hours only from April to the last weekend in September:
Closed in bad weather
Monday to Thursday from 5:00
Friday & Saturday from 3:00
Sunday & holidays from 11:00
I finally made to this atmospheric Bierkeller on the outskirts of Uehfeld. My first time in town to visit their brewpub, it was just after the Keller had closed for the season but I went out to check it out anyway. I vowed to return as soon as possible and it seems three years was what it took!
rural view from the Keller & their efficient self-service area
We snagged a table with a nice view but as the day progressed, it got a bit warm so sought refuge in the shade after one of those spots opened up. We started off with their mixed meat plate, made up of house-butchered meats and it was very good quality if a tad on the warm side. Of course, we drank the fine Prechtel Kellerbier as this is the only venue with it on tap. I’d had it three years prior at the brewery but it’s only in the bottle there.
my wife enjoying the mixed meat plate and Kellerbier
We also split a couple house-butchered Bratwurst with a very nice homemade potato salad and later opted for a piece of their strawberry cake. Both were very good and quite popular as it seemed everyone was partaking. We later met a couple who specifically come a long distance on bike just to have the Bratwurst.
homemade is the word at the Kellerberg Voggendorf
It was a three-hour train/bus trip from Munich in each direction so not sure we’ll be back often but I’m already looking forward to the next time and I sure hope it doesn’t take three years this time!