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On the Shizuoka Prefecture Beer Trail 1: Mein Schloss Brewery & Restaurant in Hamamatsu City!

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Alt Beer at Mein Schloss!

Service: Friendly, smiling and and willing to please
Equipment and Facilities: Very clean overall. Superb washroom. Entirely non-smoking!
Prices: Reasonable
Strong points: Home-brewed beer, great variety in pub grub. Convivial

the sign just outside Hamamatsu JR Station!

Yesterday due to a sudden change of venue I found myself having lunch (and drinks!) at Mein Schloss Brewery and Restaurant at Mein Schloss in Hamamatsu City!

Mein Schloss means “My Castle”!

Very skitch, but oh well!

At least the opening hours are plain and easy to understand!

Two month schedules and menu easy to check outside!

Grand portal!

Beer garden on use during the week ends!

Entirely non-smoking!
Now, this is a big plus!

Have a good look at all the displays inside!

One can check their menu without entering!

The beer brewed on site!
Incidentally they do not sell bottles!
Everything has to be drunk inside!

The staff are ever so smiling and helpful!

A different kind of welcoming staff! LOL

Everything is brewed on site!

More displays!

Beware the guards!

Large space overhead and more displays!

Pizza oven!

Plenty of food on the menu for any taste!

Great collection of beer jugs along the walls!

Worth a second good look!

The hall can hold no less than 850 guests!
Even so, they are completely booked from time to time!

Useful beer card!
The establishment has been producing 4 regular beers and seasonal ones since their foundation in March 1997.
They also serve schnapps, cocktails, Japanese sake, shochu, spirits, wine ans soft drinks lunch and dinner!

For the collectors!

Alt Beer!
Tasting notes coming soon!

They have some good and reasonable lunch sets!

Deep-fried oysters with plenty of salad! A specialty more Japanese than German! LOL

I found these oysters and tartar sauce very tasty and great with the beer!

Good value!

Weizen Beer!
Tasting notes coming soon!

Munchner Beer!
Tasting notes coming soon!

Nice cheese plate to help with the fourth beer!

Helles Beer!
Tasting notes coming soon!

Before you leave have a good look at the ingredients that go into the making of your beers!

MEIN SCHLOSS BREWERY & RESTAURANT

430-8691 Hamamatsu City, Naka ku, Chuo, 3-8-1
Tel.: 053-452-1146
Opening hours: Tuesdays~Fridays, 11:00~14:30, 17:00~23:00
Saturdays, Sundays, National Holidays, 11:00~23:00
Closed on Mondays
Cards OK
HOMEPAGE
Car park available
Entirely non-smoking!

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