The starting point or endpoint of the Fünf-Seidla-Steiges is the Klosterbrauerei Weißenohe. Here beer is still brewed according to old craftsmanship - with fresh spring water from the local spring. In summer you can enjoy the domestic beer in the cozy beer garden, in bad weather invites the rustic dining room in the monastery vault on a Seidla or a measure.
Opening Hours Summer Season 1st April to 31st October:
Closed on Mondays (except public holiday) Tuesday from 4 pm
Wednesday to Friday from 11am
Saturday and Sunday from 10 o'clock
Hot meals until 8.30 pm, beer garden in summer
Contact: Klosterbrauerei Weißenohe GmbH & Co.KG by phone: 09192 591 or Email: email@example.com
All information can be found at klosterbrauerei-weissenohe.de
June 15, 2017
This monastery has a very eventful history behind it, to read in detail in Wikipedia. The baroque ensemble has been partly demolished for a longer time, a part has been privately owned (brewery) since the early 19th century, the stately abbey annexed to the church is rotting away and is now to become a "singing academy" of the "Sängerbund" with political support.
A small (unproven) note on the edge: One traces back the centuries-long cherry cultivation in the area on the introduction by the monks.
Note to the tips of Alexender and k-p-t:
That's right, but they are better positioned in the highlight "Klosterbrauerei Weißenohe".
July 6, 2018
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