The tour of the communal brew house in Falkenberg proved more exciting after the tractor ride ensued.
Kramer-Wolf Zoiglstube is one of the best, with a large beer hall upstairs, cozy pub downstairs and home butchered meats.
Kramer-Wolf Zoigl is the real deal, made by one of a very limited number of producers in one of only five towns still following all the protocols of Zoigl brewing.
Join us for a journey on foot, walking through the very heart of the Zoigl brewing region.
Zoigl may not have the longest tradition in the German brewing world but its nonetheless not only one of the most traditional but most interesting histories.
Schwoazhansl Zoiglstube TischenreuterStrasse 7 Falkenberg 95685 Tel: 0172 9106756 www.schwoahansl-zoigl.de Opening hours: Monday & Friday from 5:00 PM Saturday & Sunday from 3:00 PM (check Zoigl calendar for weekends open) The Schwoazhansl Zoiglstube website is a bit cryptic and I couldn't find much of anything about the history of their Zoigl aside from it currently … Continue reading Schwoazhansl Zoiglstube
Schwoahansl Zoigl is the real deal, made by one of a very limited number of producers in one of only five towns still following all the protocols of Zoigl brewing.
Heading up to sample the local beer of not only one of the most traditional but remote brewing areas of Germany, I had a romantic notion of women not only serving their wares from kitchen-like pubs but also doing the handy work of actually making the fermented beverages on offer. Though my notion was only … Continue reading Diary of a Mad Craft Beer Brewing Housewife in the Land of Zoigl