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The Auer'sche Keller is a former beer cellar of a former local brewery (Altdorfer Brauhaus). It was formerly used as the taproom of the nearby lion pit. The branched cellar was driven into the castle sandstone around 1846. It is privately owned. The Auer'sche Bierkeller is located on the way near the Löwengrube and has lost none of its old charm. Today it is sometimes used for art exhibitions. Only the front of the old half-timbered house can be seen from the building. The rest of the building protrudes into the hillside and is protected from the weather and strangers.
July 1, 2020
Unfortunately closed (whether because of Corona was not evident). But I can imagine the basement as cool for art exhibitions.
October 11, 2020
I don't know why this is so hyped, but I also sent a photo to it
September 13, 2021
Historic buildings in the middle of the forest. Unfortunately closed.
October 17, 2021
Historic buildings in the middle of the forest. Unfortunately closed. You pass it directly if you go towards the lions' den
October 17, 2021
The Auersche Keller is a former beer cellar of a former local brewery (Altdorfer Brauhaus). The cellar was formerly used as a tavern for the nearby "Löwengrube". The branched cellar was driven into the castle sandstone around 1846. It is privately owned and occasionally accessible as part of art exhibitions
October 23, 2022
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