Breitengüßbach Station 2.2 km/irregular buses
Daily from 3:00
Sunday 10:00 to 12:00 and from 3:00
Output: 9000 HL
Founded in 1788, this is very much a family concern that has expanded become very much a regional favorite. Though their beer is available around the area, there’s no better place to drink it than at the source or their nearby Wagner-Keller.
Though I’ve had their beer in bottle form often had been at their Keller, I finally got to the brewery recently and was very happy with the experience. It was a cool night so sitting in their small but atmospheric Biergarten was out of the question. The interior was old wood cozy and the site of two gravity dispense kegs were a sight for sore eyes.
cozy interior & the Biergarten the next morning
I got their Lagerbier that was served via gravity dispense and in great form and went well with a nice and ample mixed meat plate.
their tasty Lagerbier & mixed meat plate
My wife got their equally tasty Pils, also on gravity dispense so with a great soft plate. She enjoyed her Bratwurst, too. We ended with their Rauchbier, called Kuckuck, which was quite good if a bit too carbonated after the gravity brews.
their Pils & Kuckuck
Beers: Pils and ungespundetes Lagerbier on gravity dispense. Their Kuckuck (Rauchbier) was on regular tap. Schwarzbier, Vollbier, Landbier, Weizen and Märzen in bottles.
Festbier (Easter, Whit Sunday, Kirchweih, Christmas)
Bockbier (from November)
Zwillingsbier (4 times a year)
Fischkirchweih (End of June)
Seefest (End of July)
Kirchweih (4th Sunday in August)
Bockbieranstich (beginning of November)
Back to Kemmern.