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Search for a Brewery/Pub/Bierkeller by Interactive Map

Maps are fun things. They help us visualize the world around us. With our smartphones in hand, they aren't as important in navigating as they once were but what they do for our imagination hasn't been replaced yet. Open the interactive map in full Google Maps format and you can filter by Upper Franconia, Middle Franconia, Lower Franconia, Franconian Baden-Württemberg and Upper Bavarian Franconia. Click on links in entries to reach Beerwanderers write-ups on each place, which includes contact information, opening hours and brewery websites. Always confirm opening hours before setting out. The place to find good beer in the Bamberg area. I hope it helps you visualize your next beery adventure.

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The Pocket Guide to the Best Bamberg Countryside Breweries

Franconia is blessed with 100s of great breweries, many of them in small villages outside the big towns. The Pocket Guide to Bamberg's Best Countryside Breweries will help you pick out which breweries outside Bamberg you need to visit. Guided tours to breweries outside Bamberg available if you would like to head into the Bamberg countryside with a Bamberg beer expert.

Grasser Urtyp Hell (bottle)

One of Franconia's brewing legends resides in Huppendorf. This Hells is a fine and refreshing example of the style with a semi-dry moreish finish and more hops than most.

Grasser Kathrein Bock from gravity dispense

Grasser Kathrein Bock is a marvelous Hellerbock from the Franconian brewing legend in Huppendorf. It's a great mix of rich malt and fine hops with a dry bittersweet finish. It's dangerously drinkable at 7.5%. This gravity dispense version at Der Pelikan Best of Bock 2023 was a notch drier in the lingering finish.

Grasser Weizenbock on tap

Grasser Weizenbock is high octane wheat treat with hints of apricot and yeast in both the nose and palate. At 8%, it's dangerously drinkable.

Grasser Zwickel on tap

One of Franconia's brewing legends resides in Huppendorf. This Zwickel is a fine and refreshing example of the style with a semi-dry moreish finish.

Grasser Weizenbock

Grasser Weizenbock is high octane wheat treat with hints of apricot and yeast in both the nose and palate. At 8%, it's dangerously drinkable.

Grasser Kathrein Bock (bottle)

Grasser Kathrein Bock is a marvelous Hellerbock from the Franconian brewing legend in Huppendorf. It's a great mix of rich malt and fine hops with a dry bittersweet finish. It's dangerously drinkable at 7.5%.

Grasser 1750 Vollbier (bottle)

One of Franconia's brewing legends resides in Huppendorf. This1750 Vollbier is merely a smaller bottle of their classic Vollbier.

Grasser Zwickel (bottle)

One of Franconia's brewing legends resides in Huppendorf. This Zwickel is a fine and refreshing example of the style with a semi-dry moreish finish.