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'''The Maisinger Seehof beer garden is located directly at the Maisinger See, just ...km west of Starnberger See and about ...km from the city centre of Munich. In 1680 the Maisinger See was "created" by the monks to provide fish for the starving population of this time. Over the years the lake became a moor biotope with many endemic birds and fish farming is not a priority anymore.'''  
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'''The Maisinger Seehof beer garden is located directly at the Maisinger See, just 5km west of Starnberger See and about 32km south west from the centre of Munich. The Maisinger See was constructed in 1680 by monks to provide fish for a starving population of the time. While over the years fishing became less of a priority, the lake and surrounding marshland became a haven for many endemic birds.'''  
  
 
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In the same year of the "creation" of the lake a small pond house was also built.
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At the time of the lake construction a small house was built next to the lake at the location of the current restaurant. The house was rebuilt in 1899, using some of the original structure. After Second World War, the Maising area and its lake became a popular holiday destination and the owner of the house began to sell food and beverages to tourists. In 1950 a beer garden officially opened. From 1985 various leaseholders managed the location. In year 2001 the third generation land owner resumed the management of the restaurant and beer garden again.
This house has been rebuilt in 1899, using some of the old structure. After the
 
second World War Maising and its lake became known as a holiday destination and
 
the owner of the house began to sell food and beverages to the tourists as a  
 
side income. The beer garden exists since 1950. After several leaseholder changes the owners of the house and grounds
 
took over the management of restaurant and beer garden again in 2001 and manage
 
it now in the 3rd generation.
 
 
 
The beer garden has 450 seats in the self-serviced area, most of which are
 
located on the embankment of the lake with great views over the water. Several
 
large trees provide the necessary shadow.  
 
  
The food stall offers traditional Bavarian snacks and about 7 main courses. All  
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The beer garden has 450 seats in the self-serviced area standing on the embankment of the lake with views over the sea. About half of the tables are shaded by large trees. The self-serviced food stall offers traditional Bavarian meals and snacks including vegetarian dishes. All meals are prepared using biologically grown ingredients from surrounding farmlands. Various oven fresh cakes are baked according to original recipes passed on through generations. The beer served is [[Andechser]] and a [[Maß]] Helles (lager) costs €6.20 (April 2013).
meals are prepared with biological grown products from the surrounding farm lands.
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The [[Weißbier]] comes from the [[Brauerei Jacob| Jacob]] brewery. As of 2011, Maisinger Seehof was the first beer garden in Bavaria to offer alcohol free Weißbier from the barrel, supplied by [[Ankerbräu]]. All other non-alcoholic drinks are from [http://www.perger-saefte.de Kelterei Perger] - a biological fruit juice producer located close to the Ammersee.  
Various oven fresh cakes are still baked after an old recipe past on by generations.  
 
The beer served is Herrnbräu and costs ....Maß. All soft drinks come from the
 
Kelterei Perger, a juice maker in Breitbrunn at lake Ammersee.  
 
  
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The beer garden is open from April to end of October, between Tuesday and Sunday
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The beer garden is open from April to end of October when the weather is good from 10am until the last guest has left. The beer garden and restaurant is closed on Mondays.
from 10am until the last guest left.  
 
  
 
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Tel: +49-(0)8151-744242<br>
 
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Latest revision as of 19:09, 18 May 2018

The Maisinger Seehof beer garden is located directly at the Maisinger See, just 5km west of Starnberger See and about 32km south west from the centre of Munich. The Maisinger See was constructed in 1680 by monks to provide fish for a starving population of the time. While over the years fishing became less of a priority, the lake and surrounding marshland became a haven for many endemic birds.

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Maisinger Seehof 006.jpg Maisinger Seehof 019.jpg Maisinger Seehof 002.jpg
Maisinger Seehof 014.jpg Maisinger Seehof 003.jpg Maisinger Seehof 001.jpg

At the time of the lake construction a small house was built next to the lake at the location of the current restaurant. The house was rebuilt in 1899, using some of the original structure. After Second World War, the Maising area and its lake became a popular holiday destination and the owner of the house began to sell food and beverages to tourists. In 1950 a beer garden officially opened. From 1985 various leaseholders managed the location. In year 2001 the third generation land owner resumed the management of the restaurant and beer garden again.

The beer garden has 450 seats in the self-serviced area standing on the embankment of the lake with views over the sea. About half of the tables are shaded by large trees. The self-serviced food stall offers traditional Bavarian meals and snacks including vegetarian dishes. All meals are prepared using biologically grown ingredients from surrounding farmlands. Various oven fresh cakes are baked according to original recipes passed on through generations. The beer served is Andechser and a Maß Helles (lager) costs €6.20 (April 2013). The Weißbier comes from the Jacob brewery. As of 2011, Maisinger Seehof was the first beer garden in Bavaria to offer alcohol free Weißbier from the barrel, supplied by Ankerbräu. All other non-alcoholic drinks are from Kelterei Perger - a biological fruit juice producer located close to the Ammersee.

The beer garden is open from April to end of October when the weather is good from 10am until the last guest has left. The beer garden and restaurant is closed on Mondays.

Maisinger Seehof
Seestraße 14
82343 Maising-Pöcking
Germany

Tel: +49-(0)8151-744242
Website: www.maisingerseehof.de

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