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Guesthouse & Gose Brewery Bayerischer Bahnhof

Guesthouse & Gose Brewery

Entrance to the Bayerischen Bahnhof and over its door it is written "Gasthaus Bayerischer Bahnhof Gosebrauerei", end station, gastronomy in Leipzig, restaurant
© Philipp Kirschner

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.

Seating: 600 inside, 400 outside

Information

location Bayerischer Bahnhof, Brau & Gaststättenbetrieb GmbH & Co. KG
Bayrischer Platz 1
04103 Leipzig
phone +49 (0)341 1245760
fax +49 (0)341 1245770
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accessibility
  • Fully accessible entrance for wheelchair users info
  • Special and personalised assistance services available for people with disabilities
  • Assistance for blind and visually-impaired guests info
  • Partially accessible rest-room for wheelchair users info
Restaurant
The seating area to the restaurant with "Biersiederei" and "Gosebrauerei" at Bayerischer Bahnhof, Gastronomy in Leipzig, Gasthaus
© Gasthaus Bayerischer Bahnhof
Beer garden and outdoor seating in the inn Bayerischer Bahnhof in which the specialty Gose beer is brewed, gastronomy in Leipzig, restaurant, brewery, restaurant
© Philipp Kirschner
Copper kettle in the Gose brewery in the Bayerischer Bahnhof which also houses an inn, gastronomy in Leipzig, restaurant
© Andreas Schmidt