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Woke up late and decided to take the S-Bahn out to Aying for an early lunch. Aying is a small village and the brewery is a short walk from the train. The beer garden is an attractive shady place unde big trees. Very laid back...More
Today I visited the brewery in Aying. The visit (9€ p.P.) was a birthday present of my son. Aying is a nice little village in a beautiful landscape, but there isn‘t much to see (shops etc.) besides the beautiful beer garden and the Bavarian pubs....More
This was an excellent tour! Our guide was knowledgeable, funny and very well
Spoken! The tour lasted around an 1 1/2 hours and included tasting one beer although you got 2 tokens for a free beer at the end. You could also get a pretzel...More
The visit tells a little about the history of this small and still independent brewery, their installations, taste of a fresh beer directly from a tank and at the end is possible to taste 5-6 different beers available on tap with a good view of...More
I wanted to go to the shop to buy some beer (Ayinger Celebrator, maybe the best beer I have ever tasted).
When I asked for the toilet the woman explained the way and then the little adventure started. On the way to the toilet we...More
I went on Saturday morning at 10am so the production was shut down. The tour that I took was only offered in German so if you don't understand the language, which I don't, you might want to check other options.
Despite not understanding the whole...More
This was an excellent tour with very generous tastings at the end. Our tour was in German and I don't know if they have tours in English or not as I didn't ask that question. A member of our group translated for the two of...More
Response from Maximilian H | Reviewed this property |
They say on their homepage that you can book guided tours in English, French, Italian and Croatian. The guided tours in these foreign languages need to be requested via a mail address which you find on their homepage. just... More
They say on their homepage that you can book guided tours in English, French, Italian and Croatian. The guided tours in these foreign languages need to be requested via a mail address which you find on their homepage. just google "brauereiführungen ayinger" and chose the first result.
So, just contact them and ask about the prices etc.
Hope this helps! Have a nice weekend!