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Guesthouse and Gose Brewery Bayerischer Bahnhof

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Built in 1842, the Bayerische Bahnhof is the oldest preserved end-station in the world. Today you can enjoy a restaurant with a beer garden.

Built in 1842, the Bayerische Bahnhof is the oldest preserved end-station in the world. Today you can enjoy a restaurant with a beer garden. The location is also a popular venue for company celebrations - with and without a beer seminar.

Thanks to the ultra-modern microbrewery in the Bayerischer Bahnhof, the top-fermented, vitamin-rich Gose has returned to Leipzig. The Leipzig Gose was almost completely forgotten, but now it is being produced again - in a variety of different compositions. Tip: Try the freshly tapped "Schaffner" Pilsener, the wheat beer called "Kuppler" or the "Heizer", a strong dark beer.

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Guesthouse and Gose Brewery Bayerischer Bahnhof
Bayrischer Platz 1
04109 Leipzig
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 341 / 124576 - 0
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