The Schusterhäusl Biergarten is surrounded by forest, located in the middle of nowhere approximately half way between Germering and Gilching. The beer garden was closed for several years until a new leaseholder reopened it in 2014. The location is a popular stop-by amongst bikers and hikers.
Schusterhäusl lies along a quiet road, about four kilometres west of the city centre of Germering. Next to the beer garden in the main building there is a youth hostel and Irish bar (Cobblers) as well as a stand with grilled fish.
Up to 1,100 guests can find place on traditional beer garden benches. Most seatings are shaded by large linden trees. When the weather is nice, various musicians perform live in the beer garden, always on Sunday from 2pm. The dance floor in front of the stage invites dance enthusiasts to swing their legs.
The food stall offers homemade Obatzda (Bavarian cheese specialty), spare ribs, steak and currywurst. The beer comes from the private brewery Schweiger and a Maß Hell (lager) costs only €6 (May 2015). A Steckerlfisch (grilled fish on a stick) at a separate stall costs between €10 and €13 (May 2015).
Depending on the weather the Schusterhäusl beer garden is open daily from 11 am and on Mondays from 4pm.
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