A Tale of Two Sistas: Kloster Mallersdorf

Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf is the last with a brewing nun at its helm. Take a stroll around its grounds, the countryside surrounding it and enjoy the fine food and beer on offer at their Klosterbräustüberl.

Klosterbräu Mallersdorf Zoigl

Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf Zoigl isn't a true Zoigl in the traditional sense but the flavor component is there and is nonetheless a tasty beer to seek out.

Klosterbräu Mallersdorf Jubiläumsbier

Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf Jubiläumsbier is a full rich Festbier with a touch of honey in both the nose and palate. The lingering semi-dry finish is moreish.

Klosterbräu Mallersdorf Maibock

Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf Maibock is a special seasonal brew with a richly malty palate featuring some honey notes and a moreish semi-dry lingering finish.

Klosterbräu Mallersdorf Vollbier Hell

Klosterbrauerei Mallersdorf Vollbier Hell is a rich golden brew with grassy notes and a lingering semi-dry finish.

Virtual Beer Hiking in the Time of the Coronavirus

Even if the Coronavirus makes beer hiking Bavaria-style not possible, you can still do some virtually until it's safe again to visit the small countryside breweries.