Our beer garden is closed today
When the bell rings, it means a new barrel has been tapped.
Pretzels, chicken, Obazda, radish, sausage salad or fish grilled on a stick
Whenever the waiter rings the bell, it means a new barrel was tapped. You will hear the bell more often on mild summer evenings as the popular Edelstoff is served in the beer garden of the Augustiner-Keller. And only freshly tapped from wooden barrels. Most of them are "Hirsch". This is what they call the 200-litre barrels; the 100-litre barrel is called "Sau" and the "Hase" holds 15 litres. "Ozapft" is written on the "Gander" with a "mallet". Do you need to know all of this? No, just enjoy it.
As is a tradition in Bavarian beer gardens, you are welcome to bring your own snack to the self-service area. However, many guests swear by the delicacies of our "Schmankerlgasse", which you should definitely try. Resche pretzels, for example, fantastic butter chicken filled with parsley — wonderfully juicy and crispy, fresh Obazda, radish or sausage salad. And don't forget: the famous Steckerlfisch, fish grilled on the stick from Fischer-Vroni. We wish you a good appetite!