Daily from 9:00
Sunday from 9:00-3:00 pm
Buttenheim Station 1.5 km
Output: 10000 HL
Founded in 1880, Buttenheim’s Löwenbräu has been in the same family for four generations, being passed down from father to son no less. It’s a regional favorite so don’t mistake those signs around the area for the inferior lion in Munich. A bustling country inn with great value excellent food, it’s often packed. It doubles as a guesthouse so rooms are available and when I had a room here in 1997, it was the only time I managed to get a table to eat in this fine inn. I don’t remember what I had and have no photos but I do know I want to make a point of returning to rectify both of those things.
They have a fine beer range but most people drink the ordinary Lager, which is anything but ordinary. I did get to have one of these after eating at the “other” brewery next door recently.
Lager in Krug
Beers: Lager, Hell, Pils, Bartholomäus Fest-Märzen, Keller Light.
Annafestbier from the end of July
Bockbier from the middle of November
Weihnachtsfestbier from the middle of November
Kirchweih is the 3rd Sunday in August
Bockbieranstich is the middle of November
Kellerbier at Löwenbräu Keller
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