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This heritage spot has been delighting beer lovers since 1883. Löwenbräukeller, a landmark in itself is merely a short walk away from both Stiglmaierplatz and Königsplatz stations. The famous beer garden and restaurant not only present an idyllic venue for casual dining but also second as an event venue reserved for special occasions, festivals and live football match screenings. The old building retains its earlier charm but has undergone renovations to accommodate even more guests. Traditional Bavarian dishes are served in the restaurant beside beer specialities; patrons can enjoy the weather and cool off in the cozy beer garden with classics like Radler, Russ and Apple Spritzer. Reservations are recommended for group dining.
Whilst in Munich, Augustiner-Bräu Wagner is definitely a must-visit attraction! Founded in 1328, this ancient brewery is the oldest one in Munich. An independent place, it is known to produce some of the most renowned beer brands. This brewery is shared by the trust of Edith Haberland Wagner and the Inselkammer-Family, 51 and 49 percent respectively. Augustiner-Bräustuben, the in-house Beer Garten and Restaurant, is the perfect place to sample some of the fine brews, delicious Bavarian specialties and more. The famous beer festival 'Oktoberfest' is celebrated at the biggest beer gardens here too. Beer lovers', this place cannot be missed!
The Benedictine monks had been brewing beer here for centuries, making Bräustüberl Weihenstephan the oldest brewery in the world. The brewery now belongs to the state, but still attracts customers with a selection of Bavarian specialties served in enormous portions. The beer garden offers a great view of the mountains north of Munich. An old law allows you to bring your own food, but there's really no need!