Tel: 09552 320
Tuesday through Sunday from 9:00
Output: 2500 HL
Founded in 1828, the Scheubel family initially utilized the Communal brewery that was built in 1737 and is now in a brewing museum in Bad Windsheim. This has been replaced by modern technology but traditional brewing methods remain the forte of the current brewer, Gunther Scheubel.
the new brewing equipment & Stern-Bräu’s sign heralding founding date of 1828
There is a small outdoor seating area but if you are in the mood for such things, head just on the edge of town their Scheubel’s Keller but make sure to check their opening hours as they are limited. If the weather isn’t great or you just like sitting indoors, their cozy pub will more than do the trick.
Stern-Bräu’s cozy pub & their tasty Vollbier Hell
When we arrived, we snagged one of the few tables outside and ordered their very tasty Vollbier and a great house-butchered mixed meat plate. The older woman pouring the beer was also serving the food and my guess is, making up the food, too. Considering all this, service was quite good. You go in to order food and fetch your own beer but they bring out the food when it’s ready. It’s a good system for such a small place.
a great house-butchered mixed meat plate at Stern-Bräu
We decided to head inside for our remaining beers and switched to their lightly smoky Festbier. It was quite good and we stuck with it for the rest of the evening. Service inside was good and more what you might expect, with the beer brought to your table.
a great smoky Festbier at Stern-Bräu
All beers are unfiltered but lagered in such a way to let sediment settle, thus their bright clear appearance. This takes time and is costly but the brewery feels it’s important to the character of their beer. Beer is bottled onsite and is also unfiltered. Hats off to Stern-Bräu.
Their Hausbrauerbier is unfiltered and cloudy and is sold in kegs every 14 days on Saturday morning at 7:00 am!
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