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The Regensburger Wheat-brewery was founded in 1620 as a municipal enterprise. At present this brewing tradition, in accordance with the Bavarian Reinheitsgebot, the purity requirement, is being continued successfully by the family Deutsch, a line of publicans and butchers. Using a house-own recipe and directly in front of the customers, light and dark wheat beer as well as bottom-fermented beer are being brewed.
US$7 - US$19
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Drinks, Dinner, After-hours
German, Brew Pub, Bar, European, Gastropub, Central European
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer
All reviews roast duck sauerbraten potatoes salad sausage bread pretzels dumplings great beer red cabbage traditional bavarian fare two floors wheat beer dark beer micro brewery sat at the bar german food
We stopped here mainly because we were hungry and tired. It wasn't where we had planned to eat but it was convenient.
Unfortunately it was the only beer we had on our trip that wasn't good. The food was not great either. We wished we...More
I went in for Sunday Lunch and had the lunch of the day. As other reviewers had noted the menu is mainly Bavarian dishes aimed at the tourist client. It certainly was not gastro, but nor was it plain and simple food.
It seemed to...More
Found on TripAdvisor, my two friends and I need a hangout away from shopping, beer brewed on site, beautiful copper kettles, friendly service, we sampled their beers and liked the wheat the best, our server was happy and friendly, the atmosphere was great.
If you want a good German meal with a nice ambience and friendly service - come here...but try to come with a reservation. We made one for the next evening and I'm so glad I did - On a Tuesday night in October it was...More