Brewery inns in and around Bamberg
The Brewery Inns constitute the main pub and home of the respective brewery. You can enjoy the hand crafted beers and the culinary specialities of the region. Every brew pub has its own history, is steeped in tradition and often goes back many centuries within the proprietor families. Check out the varieties of beer gardens, cellars and pubs and the broad range of beers and good traditional fare.
Brauerei Reh OHG
The 600 inhabitants of the upper Eller Valley have two breweries to share, one of which is Brauerei Reh. Over a century ago, the family opened a bottled beer store and a butcher’s; today, Anja and Ferdinand Reh are fourth-generation beer brewers.
Alte Mühle Mühlen-Bräu
In the “Alte Mühle”, or old mill, the Merklein family offers home-made Franconian dishes with home-made dumplings. With the River Aurach flowing beneath the inn, trout, sheatfish, pike, zander and carp likewise feature on the menu. Home-made cold meals, dried and salted meats, home-smoked ...
Clad with dark wooden panels, evoking a traditional feel from the turn of the 20th century, this inn glows with typical Franconian hospitality. The menu not only features delicious light meals but also a regular “Schlachtschüssel”, a traditional fresh butcher’s platter. Leg of ram and ...
The Fässla is one of the few breweries in Franconia to be very much at the heart of its surroundings. Just like 100 years ago, customers still come to the outdoor hatch with their own mugs and jugs to buy their fill of “take-away” beer, whilst others sit in the central corridor or the ...
The Göller family has been cooking and brewing beer in Drosendorf since 1865. Whenever the barrels are tapped, a small ceremony takes place. The owner makes up a little song for the beer, teaches it to the guests who can join in and sing it out loud. The light lunches are made with ...
Brauerei Gasthof Drei Kronen
Six rustic tables invite you to enjoy genuine Franconian warmth and comfort in “Drei Kronen” style. The dark wooden beams have many stories to tell, as has the congenial owner Josef Lindner.
Brauerei Gasthof Höhn Memmelsdorf
This is a traditional family run brewery inn, looking back on a long history. The Höhn family bought the property from Bamberg’s Keesman brewery back in 1783; since then little has changed in the actual brewery. Why not experience a tour round the brewery premises? Georg Höhn believes in ...
Brauerei Gasthof Hummel
The Franconian specialities, light meals and skewers created by Julius Hummel are extremely popular, as are the beers. It is well worth going there for the “Schlachtschüssel”, or butcher’s platter, and the tapping of the strong bock beer barrels.
Brauerei Gasthof Schroll
... is the name of the malty beer that flows out of the barrels and into the beer mugs. In this rustic tavern with wood panel ceilings, the Franconian dishes taste delicious in conjunction with the beer. This inn incidentally makes the best goose roast in the area. But you have to ask when the ...
Brauerei Hönig, Gasthof "Zur Post"
At least that is the impression you get when you order a light meal with a triangular wedge of roughly cut bread. After a couple of mugs of beer, nobody cares what the bread looks like especially when you get cosy with the neighbours on your table. Absolutely delicious, in all respects!
The multiple award-winning Keesmann Herren Pils has brought fame to this brewery far beyond the city boundaries. The tapping of the barrel ceremony is one of the highlights of the year, with beer fans queueing up to get a taste of the fresh beer. The typical traditional Bamberg cuisine is also ...
Brauerei Sauer Roßdorf
Enjoy our specialities in a rural, cosy atmosphere. Our self brewed beer and our kitchen were awarded as "especially recommendable" by "Der Feinschmecker".