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This was the first of 2 stops that Stahlsturm and his wife brought me to on our short, whirl-wind tour of out-of-the-way Brewpubs. It was late at night when we arrived, but it looked like a big, Schloss (castle) type structure. A short hall leads you in, where there is a display case with bier bottles and related info. The inside was composed of many big, loud rooms. They all seemed to be interconnected in that they were all separated by only a low, half-wall, so you could easily see throughout the building to other "rooms". All rooms were rectangular, with white-washed stone walls and big-ass ceiling beams supporting things. Tables were all simple, heavy, light-wood jobbies with basic chairs/benches. On a down-note, there were numerous paintings all over the place of boats and harbor scenes, the majority of which seemed to come from the NW USA. Quite an odd contrast. And they had these light fixtures on the walls with 3 separate light-bulbs emanating from the fixture in a snake-like way. Mrs Stahlsturm called them "Medusa" lamps. This place "could" have had a great feel if not for the artwork and such. Service, though, was solid and helpful. Biers available were Helles, Pils, Hefeweizen and Dunkel vom Faß, plus bottles of Oktoberfest and a Hefeweizen Leicht. A Doppelbock is also on when in season. The OFest was quite tasty, and it was an enjoyable eve all-in-all.
atmosphere: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: n/a | $
10-11-2005 12:35:53 | More by Bierman9
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