Kugler Alm

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The Kugler Alm is located on the western edge of the Perlacher Forest. The beer garden can be reached by bike through the forest. There are 2,400 seats in the self-serviced area and 200 seats in the serviced area.

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The Kugler Alm is popular amongst bikers coming from Munich. There are 400 bike parking spaces and even a complimentary bike wheel pumping station. In 1922, the Radler (bicycle beer) was believed to have been invented by the owner Franz Xaver Kugler, who ran short of beer and dilluted the barrels with lemonade. The Maß Radler or Spaten Hell (lager) costs €6.80. The Weißbier is Franziskaner. A special meal offered by the kitchen is Spanferkel (a whole grilled suckling pig) with a crispy crust. On Thursday from 5pm one kilogram prawns with garlic bread costs €15.90.

Major football tournaments are shown live on a public viewing screen in the beer garden.

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The beer garden is open daily depending on the weather from 11.30am to 11pm. The restaurant is closed on Mondays.

Kugler Alm
Linienstraße 93
82041 Deisenhofen

Tel: +49-(0)89-6139010
Website: www.kugleralm.de