The Beers of Bavaria
Need to describe the 5 beers sold everywhere and the local customs for sitting at a stammisch, also how to order a bier. what radler, russ'n schnapps etc. Biergarten etiquette and how to order beers and where the food is. what brewery, brewpub are in german. also getränkemarkt and what they are. number of beer gadens in Muinch. where the most breweries are. also the 1200 people and 4 breweries location as well as the certificate for doing it.
300 operating breweries in Franconia
list the brewery hotel website
list the oldest breweries and locations
have a list of breweries from franconia.
Located in the rolling hills of Hallertau, the world's largest hop growing region, Scheyern is one of the oldest Benedictine abbeys in Bavaria. After leasing the brewhouse for several decades, beer making resumed within the walls of this sprawling Rococo complex in 2006, and today Scheyern weiss, helles, dopplebock, pils and dunkel flow from the taps behind the bar in the Bräustüberl restaurant. Beer might bring you to this medieval town in the Ilm River Valley, but it's not the only reason to visit. Manicured courtyard gardens, the family tomb of the Wittelsbachs, the dynasty that ruled Bavaria for more than seven centuries, and the Art Deco ceiling frescoes in the basilica are a few of the many things to see here. Before moving on, quiet your grumbling stomach with a bowl of beer-braised beef stew, or stay for dessert and get adventurous by matching a creamy banana parfait with similar characteristics in a half liter of Kloster Weissbier.
+49 (0)8441 2789-0; klosterbrauerei-scheyern.de