Tour of Bavaria

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Tour of Bavaria

Postby homoeccentricus » Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:57 am

Hi folks, in the beginning of September I'm going to do a week to 10 days tour of Bavaria. I have a couple of good tourist guides (British, French) so I don't need any advice for the regular stuff, but beer related tips would be highly appreciated. I'm Belgian and don't have a clue what all that German fuzz is about :), also, I tend to avoid places where middle aged drunk women stagger on top of wooden tables. :) Much obliged for any advice. The more off the beaten track the better!
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby Crunk » Tue Jun 27, 2017 5:05 am

The black forest is a great day trip. Plenty of small pubs along the way.
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby Techbrau » Wed Jun 28, 2017 10:24 pm

I really liked visiting the Tegernseer and Ayinger breweries. They're both a short train ride from Munich.

If you want to take a longer train ride into Lower Bavaria, Aldersbacher, Arcobrau, and Tucher would be three great breweries to visit.
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby lindh » Thu Jun 29, 2017 12:41 am

Just did a smaller but similar trip and I have some photos and text from a few of the places: http://www.lindhcraftbeer.com/2017/05/olresa-i-munchen/
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby homoeccentricus » Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:00 am

lindh wrote:Just did a smaller but similar trip and I have some photos and text from a few of the places: http://www.lindhcraftbeer.com/2017/05/olresa-i-munchen/



Hahaha, die Wächter des Reinheitsgebotes - http://www.lindhcraftbeer.com/wp-conten ... en_040.jpg - those Germans! :)
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby homoeccentricus » Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:08 am

Techbrau wrote:I really liked visiting the Tegernseer and Ayinger breweries. They're both a short train ride from Munich.

If you want to take a longer train ride into Lower Bavaria, Aldersbacher, Arcobrau, and Tucher would be three great breweries to visit.


Yes, we're doing a clockwise tour of Bavaria so these places are definitely possible.
We're even thinking of skipping Munich altogether, and spend a few days in the Alps instead.

Has anyone been to Pilsen? Is it worth the detour, not being low oxygen and all? ;)
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby lindh » Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:03 am

homoeccentricus wrote:Hahaha, die Wächter des Reinheitsgebotes - http://www.lindhcraftbeer.com/wp-conten ... en_040.jpg - those Germans! :)



Actually a pretty nice book. Sad I didn't buy one. Google it! But yeah, those deutchen leute :-)
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby Crunk » Sat Jul 01, 2017 11:51 am

Enjoy your journey sir.
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby homoeccentricus » Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:46 am

Hey, that "it" thing is for real!ImageImage
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Re: Tour of Bavaria

Postby Crunk » Fri Sep 08, 2017 3:21 pm

Another satisfied customer.
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