The monastery Kreuzberg has a very good beer, which is also available in bottles or even better in barrels to carry it to celebrations and parties. I think the most drunken beer is the dark beer. It has an original gravity of 12.5%, an alcohol content of 5.4%, the yeast is bottom-fermented. The secret malt mixture gives the Dark beer has been a strong color and the spicy aroma and full-bodied.. Then you get the bright yet Pils, differs in alcohol content, it is 5.6%. The bright yeast-wheat in the yeast top-fermented has the same values as the Pils and you can get it from May to October. The absolute Ultra beer is the Christmas Bock beer with a gravity of 17.5%, an alcohol content of 7.6% and bottom-fermented yeast, it will be stored a quarter of a year and is suitable only for experienced beer drinkers! All beers are unfiltered. They contain valuable yeast, protein and minerals. It will be filled on order only. So you always get fresh beer. On the other hand,you can have a wonderful hike, e.g. a circular to the crucifixion group. From there you have a nice view in the distance.
Famous Kreuzberg beer. The monks know how to brew! The drive to the "kloster" or monastery can be a little much, but make sure to stop in the many little towns in your way to it. Make sure you get some euro out, too.
Once there, you park down the hill from the monastery (1.50 euro) and walk up. Secure a nice table and then make your way to the drinks booth and orders as much beer as you want (remember you are also paying for the deposit, if you want it back return the mugs and/or bottles).
But if you are going to make a meal of it, grab a tray then head to the register and order your food. The menu are on the walls, but also online. Anything pork or sausage is great. If you aren't too hungry, get some bread, butter, and cheese and enjoy the beer. Roast pork is great so if you are hungry check it out!
Sit inside if its cold or rainy, but beware its packed and you'll have to fight to just share a table. If its nice, go outside, the atmosphere is very pleasant, plus it won't be so loud.
They offer tours and they have a gift shop inside. But if anything just have a beer, it won't dissapoint.
This was a fun excursion for my husband and me. We enjoyed walking around the area, despite it being covered in snow. I really enjoyed seeing the inside of the church there. I didn't explore the indoors of as many things as I would have liked, so I will probably go back in the next couple years.
We enjoyed our meal and especially, of course, the BEER. We met with some friends and enjoyed a few frosty beverages.
Then, we got some to take home :)
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