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Reviews by SeanChouffe:
4.53/5 rDev +7.3%
I really enjoyed my visit to this place. I understand that the building has been continually occupied (as a brewery and now as a brew house) for over one hundred years. The atmosphere is very traditional and the interior has been brightened up in the past few years. The food and service was good (traditional German fare for the region). One waiter got a little snippy when we tried to speak German (he was insulted that we assumed his English was poor). The two beers we sampled (the Hefe-Weissbier and the Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel) were fresh and some of the best representations of the style I have had. Following dinner the assistant manager gave my girlfriend and I a personal tour. A great experience!
07-30-2004 22:42:18 | More by SeanChouffe
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3.78/5 rDev -10.4%
Went here today, a friday night. Get out of exit g of the Goetheplatz Ubahn and take Kaputzinerstrasse left and you will see the braeuhaus in a bout a block. The beergarten was the first place we tried but it was empty so we went to the tables in front, so I never actually went inside.
There was one waitress for the outside area and she immediately got us menus.
I got the "Probier-Trio"which was a Weiss, Maibock, and Zwickel. It cost almost 4 euros so it was expensive, but also worth it in a way. The Weiss and Zwickel were phenomenal, the maibock left something to be desired.
It is a decent place to check out. It is expensive, but the beer is pretty good.
06-10-2011 20:43:32 | More by crossovert
United Kingdom (Scotland)
4.15/5 rDev -1.7%
Visited on the afternoon of 30/09/2010, during Oktoberfest.
We had visited Paulaner am Nockherberg beforehand, so we caught the U Bahn from Kolumbusplatz to Sendlinger Tor and walked down Lindwurmstrasse toward the Brauhaus, this was about 15 mins.
It certainly has a grand exterior, towering overhead with beautiful stonework and writing.
Inside ,copper kettles and a bar area are toward the left and a typical bierhalle type room with tables a plenty to the right. Straight ahead is more smaller rooms, some dimly lit giving a more relaxed feel. We sat in the main room off to the right. Moderately busy on this afternoon, still very easy to get a seat. Obviously a lot more locals use this place since its off the tourist route.
Waiter was quick and friendly, quickly giving us our Festbier to enjoy while waiting on our Schnitzel which was very tasty and a very healthy portion! They dont bottle their beer here, it was very fresh and excellent condition served in the branded glassware. Hefe and dunkel weizens, helles, Zwickl and Kellerbier all available along with the Oktoberfest seasonal.
The larger rooms are typical bierhalle, with dark wooden benches, pine top tables and tiled walls, the smaller ones are more intimate.
Didnt manage to go out to look at the biergarten at the back, and i suspect there may have been function rooms upstairs?
Very enjoyable dinnertime visit, would like to see in summer and relax in the biergarten!
10-24-2010 10:30:20 | More by seanyfo
4.22/5 rDev 0%
Stopped here on my Oktoberfest trip and got a brewery tour as well.
Really pretty interior with huge stanless fermenting tanks upstairs as well as down stairs. Really fresh aromas in the brewery as they make a lot of beer there. We were seated at nice wooden tables family style and i got to try the helles, hefeweizen and the oktoberfest. Really nice beers all around and service was great too. we ordered some pretzels and some kraut salad which went great with the beers. the waitress was pleasent and the vibe was nice at the brewpub. It is also walking distance from the weisen which was nice too. Location was great and easily accessable via train. It was not overly packed which was unexpected as there were a lot of tourists in the area. Great place to bring your family and drink fresh beer.
10-05-2010 14:51:38 | More by Augustiner719
Paulaner Bräuhaus in München, Germany
93 out of 100 based on 16 ratings.