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The name Schlossallee (castle alley) refers to the huge, ancient chestnut trees, which once formed an alley leading to the castle. Today
there is no castle anymore, the last remains of the former grand building were removed in 1998. Small ponds and rare, old plants on the adjoining premises next to the beer garden are reminders of the former castle garden. There is also an old brewhouse, built in 1784, where the Jägerbräu beer was brewed on location for several centuries.
The existence of the beer garden was first documented in 1926. After several leaseholder changes, the beer garden as well as the castle, castle garden and brewhouse were sold to
count Guy von Moy. Years later, the Hofmaier family bought the Schlossallee and reopened the beer garden after careful renovation and modernisation.
The beer garden has about 3,000 seats under centuries-old chestnut trees. Most tables are fixed to the ground. The
various food stalls are all managed by individual shops in the village. There is a Kaffee-Hütt'n (coffee hut), Steak- and Würstlhütt'n (steak and sausages from the local butcher) and the Backhaus Weiß (local bakery). Another food stall offers fresh [[Steckerlfisch]] (grilled fish on a stick). The served beer is [[Hofbräuhaus Freising]] and a Urhell (lager) costs €6.00. <!-- may 2011 --> The Jäger naturtrüb (naturally cloudy lager) is served in a stone mug and also costs €6.00. <!-- may 2011 --> The Weißbier (wheat beer) comes from [[Huber Weisse]].
The Chinese lantern festival attracts each summer thousands of guests. Each
guests gets a Chinese lantern to put on the table and at nightfall thousands of Chinese lanterns shine in the beer garden. Various music bands perform on a small stage in the beer garden on a regular basis. A highlight for kids is the large playground with an electric railway to ride on.
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