A friend called us up and invited us for brunch. We met at Altes Hackerbräuhaus, a family-owned brew house in downtown Munich, in a building built in 1829. The beer brand, Hackerbräu, is more than 300 years old.
Brunch in Munich isn’t eggs, pancakes, bacon, and roast potato. Instead, it’s a traditional Bavarian meal of Weisswurst, pretzels, and beer. Tasty! And the beer warmed us up enough so the sub-zero weather outside didn’t feel so sub-zero.
UnKle Gil said:
You can have that Krap, I’ll stick with what i know☻ Long live Steak & eggs!!
Linda Patron said:
Sounds like you are having entirely to much fun. No matter how cold it is not sure I could get excited about the warm beer.
Two Guys and a Pug said:
No, you’d normally have kraut later in the day with roast bratwurst. Weisswurst is before noon only.
Miriam Burnett said:
Looks very interesting. Any Kraut served with the Weisswurst?
Rita Sommers said:
Oh, delish! Nothing better thana wurst from the homeland!
WOW! You’re not kidding! It really isn’t eggs, pancakes, toast, etc.
Looks good though.