This is a duplicate posting that details the Kloster Andechs brewery. See my review listed under this name.
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This cafeteria style dinning and beer ordering is American friendly delicious and offers some great views while you enjoy your food and beer. I first grabbed a beer, you order and pay at one window, then hand your ticket to one of the guys in...More
At Andechs you can taste the monastery-brewed beer in the spot at the Braustüberln. This is a typical Bavarian beer hall with large tables and a loud but cozy atmosphere. There is a self service buffet for beer and food that serves until 8pm sharp....More
From my experience, one of the best Biergarten that I have been to. The views near the Biergarten are really nice and the food is excellent. Perfect place to taste the "Schweinshaxe", the "Leberkäse" and other typical German dishes. The ratio quality-price is really good...More
To not visit the Andechs Bräustüberl when in and around München would be a mistake. The synergy of excellent beer, good (traditional) food, friendly atmosphere and inspiring views make the Bräustüberl one of the best beer drinking venues in Germany! Andechs brew some very pleasant...More
A big Bräustüberl in a great environment. Easy to find place with a huge parking lot. Very popular on a Tuesday midday. Fast service. 4 beers available: Hell, Dunkelbock, Weißbier & Radler plus Russ ’n Halbe and Apfelweisse.
Nice place to get delicious Bavarian food with products from their own meatshop. Too bad there is no duck or chicken. Mostly pork roast, including knuckle, and beer brewed at the monastery. Try seasonal beer and if weather allows find a table in the beer...More
The beer hall/restaurant is fantastic...great prices and food of high quality. The pork we ate was phenomenal...no exaggeration. The beer is made on the premise. Enjoy the church and walking the grounds after your meal.
I visit this spot every time I visit Bavaria. It has become a nice tradition for us. My friends laugh at my spiritual experience as we walk from the parking lot up the hill to the monastery and the beer and food hall. Simple, delicious...More