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Hohenlindener Sauschütt beer garden is located in the eastern part of the Ebersberger Forest approximately 35km east of central Munich. The name Sauschütt refers to the many wild boars roaming this part of the forest. The main building served many years historically as the residence for the forest warden. He and his wife served passers-by drinks. To provide additional income, their menu included various meat dishes from their daily hunting activites.
The beer garden has existed since approximately 1985. Since 2010 new leaseholders took over the business and continue serving many regulars, including bikers and nature lovers exploring the surrounding forest. A 3½km nature trail with descriptive signs about flora and fauna along the route starts behind the beer garden. A nearby game reserve as well as an observation platform offer visitors a chance to watch deer and wild boar in their natural environment.
The beer garden has 600 seats in the self-serviced area and 100 seats on a serviced terrace. Unfortunately, there are no traditional beer garden benches in the self-serviced area. Instead there are regular garden tables with chairs. The beer served is Wildbräu - a regional beer type from the town of Grafing. A Maß Wildbräu Hell (lager) costs €5.80.
The beer garden is open when the weather is good Wednesday through to Sunday between 10am and 10pm and closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
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