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Hinterbrühl has a history of over 200 years. The main building stands on the grounds of a former quicklime production facility. In the 18th century the lime production closed down and the Gasthof Hinterbrühl was found. After the opening of the nearby rafts mooring station, the inn served as a restaurant to the raftsmen. Due to its idyllic location, the inn also became popular amongst Munich's locals. 1909 the inn was extended and rebuilt to its present alpine style. 1991 the listed building was taken over and renovated by the late Karl Heinz Wildmoser Senior, the longstanding club president of the TSV 1860 München football team. In 2011, Hinterbrühl was further renovated by its current leaseholder Gerry Haberl.
The self-serviced area offers about 600 seats under large chestnut trees. The 450 seats on the waitress served terrace are shaded by chestnut trees in combination with huge blue sun umbrellas. Guests of the served area sit at massive wooden benches with backrest. Some of the tables offer a view onto the Hinterbrühler Lake. During the summer months large rafts pass by along the Isar channel as the end station of their journey is just a few metres from the beer garden.

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