Lieberth’s Keller

Bierkeller
Kreuzberg
91352 Hallerndorf
Tel: 09545-70746
www.franzis-keller.de

Opening hours:
May until the end of October (only in good weather):
Daily from 3:00
Sunday and holidays from 11:30
No closed days aside from those due to bad weather

December until the end of April:
Friday and Saturday from 4:00
Sunday and holidays from 11:30
Closed Monday through Thursday

Closed November

This is the cutest and smallest of the Bierkellers on the Kreuzberg. It’s my favorite and seems to have its crowd due to the truly traditional atmosphere it exudes. It’s more a place for simple food but they have larger meals on weekends. They only have one beer on tap, but it’s a lovely Kellerbier served via gravity dispense and to me, that’s what you want to drink at a Keller, anyway.

some simple snacks to accompany their great gravity-dispensed Kellerbier

I was there recently and can safely say it’s my favorite on the Kreuzberg.  I didn’t get a chance to eat but enjoyed their top of the Kreuzberg Kellerbier once again from gravity dispense.  I also finally got to their Dorfkeller right in Hallerndorf, where we did eat, and it’s excellent as well.

a great Kellerbier and Bierkeller

When recently running a tour of the Hallerndorf Bierkellers, we spent a fair amount of time at Lieberths as it’s my and generally my guests’ favorite. As is the case in the area, there’s really good food everywhere so we often split things to spread things out. I got a sausage I’d seen many times but had never ordered due to its size. The owner started to wrap it but I said I was going to eat it there so he put it on a board. He later came over and said he’d slice it for us if we wanted. It was a good thing. We had a sharp nice but could have never sliced it as thing. It was delicious but as you can see, it was a lot of meat.

a very tasty sausage

I’ve since been to the Lieberth’s Gasthaus, which is only open in the cooler months, and it’s a great place too. The Kellerbier is served in a glass so you can see what it looks like and they have excellent food.

Beers: Kellerbier.

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