Liebhard's Bräustüberl zu Aying
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4.58/5 rDev +2.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5 | $$
Pretty awesome stop that's an easier visit than you might expect. Regardless of this being called a "day trip" in the BDGTM, this is really only about 15-20 minutes from the middle of town and a 10 minute walk from the S-bahn. The village is very picturesque, making that walk an enjoyable one to boot.
Like most biergarten/restaurants you have the option of table service or self. We ended up going the table route just because it didn't seem like all of the vending was open when we arrived.
This place serves essentially every non-seasonal Ayinger beer there is. Helles (not the 100-year one sent to the states, either), Dunkel, Celebrator, weiss, ur-weiss, and their kellerbier. Celebrator's served in bottles, but everything else is draft. It's nice to see the clay mugs used for the darker beers while you see a variety of glassware for the others.
The food's normal bavarian fare, but it's really good. It was definitely one of the better traditional meals I've had, and that's saying something.
Service is good. There are English menus, the staff was attentive, and I really have almost no complaints at all.
It's a beautiful scene, the beers as good as any you'll find in the world, and it's closer to Munich than you might expect.
You can always hit this in combination with the Forschungsbrauerie, too.
05-25-2009 15:40:29 | More by Domingo
4.33/5 rDev -2.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5
Hadn't heard of this place, Liebhard's, before hopping on the suburban rail from Munich down to Aying, but had long wanted to visit the little town known for its world-class brewery and small-town Bavarian feel. Did not get the chance to enter the Ayinger brewery restaurant proper, but instead "settled" for Liebhard's. Fantastic variety of brew offerings from the Ayinger line and we stayed long enough to cover them all (especially nice was the Kellerbier and Kirta-Halbe, since I have never been able to taste these in the US market). I also highly recommend the food. Needless to say, no one in our party went away the least bit unsatisfied. This place is also nice for families. If you really love beer and are willing to travel somewhat for it and want to try something special beyond the Munich-six, when time permits, go to Aying!
02-14-2003 21:02:55 | More by Hobbz
4.47/5 rDev +0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $
Liebhard's is an attractive Gasthaus just opposite the Hotel/Brewery Aying. Plenty of booths and big, wooden tables are spread throughout the clean, woody, paneled Stube. Has a good feel to the place. Service is very attentive and quick. The food has always been quite tasty (a plate of Nurnberger Brat with Sauerkraut in this case). The biers are all supplied by Aying, so you know the quality is up there. On this visit they offered a Hell, Celebrator Doppelbock, AltBayrisch Dunkel, a Kellerbier, a Pils, a Weisen and DunkelWeisen, as well as the Kirta-Halbe (described by Aying as a cross between a Marzen and a Dunkel). Well worth a visit, as it is cheaper (and not as stuffy) compared to the Hotel Aying! Prosit!!
atmosphere: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $
10-11-2002 11:52:38 | More by Bierman9
Liebhard's Bräustüberl zu Aying in Aying, Germany
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