Beergardens and Beerhalls, Munich
If you don´t like to see all the beauties in aficionado, and your dress code knows only the world jeans, shirt and sneakers, you don´t have a problem with music like rage against the maschine or something like this, you can visit this place, drink some beer and enjoy the darkness, the smell of cigarettes and some drunk guys...
i think it´s a cool place with tradition for some of the generation x people
Don't belive anyone that tells you that the beer is worm or room temp. over there, because it's not. The beer was really cold, and good! This beer was the best I have ever had...and I'm known to be a big beer drinker.
Munich is also the capital of beer. Visit one of the many beergardens in the city, sit on a beer bench and drink a 'Mass' beer (1 Liter). In September ( !!! ) you can go to the world famous Oktoberfest. Please be aware that Munich is very crowded then and that you'll have to book your hotel several months in advance.
This page has been created after a joke with a good friend from VT..Geoff_Wright.. .He loves horses and sailing and here is the joke story on the BEER .Just to make you smile and laugh for few seconds. But with my advance apologizes to all beer lovers and German friends . This is just a joke and the story belongs to a country different then Europe...
Two elderly gentlemen spend their afternoons sitting on a bench in front of a barber shop arguing about current affairs, debating political issues and discussing life in general. Among their favorite arguments concerns which of the local brands of beer is the best. The one gentleman has his favorite,( MINE IS EFES PILSEN FROM TURKEY ) while the other gentleman favors a different brand.
After several years of listening to this argument, the barber in front of whose shop the two gentlemen sit says, 'There is a way you can resvolve this dispute once and for all. Why don't you send samples of each brand of beer off to one of those new-fangled laboratories where they can test them and determine which is actually the better quality of the two.'
The gentlemen find this suggestion appealing, and so they walk across the street to their favorite saloon and ask the bartender to scrounge up two jars, fill them with the respective brands of beer, and package them up for delivery to the laboratory.
After a few months, an envelope arrives at the local post office. Eager to read the test results, the two gentlemen scury over to their favorite bench in front of the barber shop and open the envelope. Inside is a letter which reads, 'Gentlemen -- Thank you for submitting the two specimens. We are happy to report that both performed very well under testing. In fact, it is our conclusion that both horses are in the best of health.'
Visited on a frosty morning, great place for a walk. Sadly for us the huge beergarden closes in the winter, amused ourselves looking at the deer nearby.
Munich has some of the most famous beer halls. Beer drinking is a big part of the local culture and is highlighted every year during their Oktoberfest.
Germany is world renowned for its bier. It is best consumed with old and new friends at one of the many BierGartens throughout Munich. Be adventurous and try as many as possible!
This place has good food and a good beer called Weissbeer which is made with wheat instead of hops and has a nice sweet taste. Incredible the taste is. I went through a few liters of this stuff.
This is the famous beer hall, founded in the late 16th century. Get yourself a beer and some wurst and experience some local culture. The floors are wooden and there are large tables and benches.
Stop for a beer at one of the many beer gardens. In Munich, unlike other German cities, it is permissible to bring your own food if you so desire.
Beer gardens. During summer when it's warm, beer gardens in Munich are the meeting point for tourists and people from Munich.
Sitting around, enjoy the beer and life and everything.