It’s not just the oldest and most beautiful beer garden in Salzburg. Also, beer is still being brewed in the former convent according to the traditional way – and the recipe is a well kept secret.
In summer there is nothing more relaxing than sitting under ancient chestnut trees to refresh with a cool ‘Augustiner’ beer. According to an old beer garden rule, you can even bring your owns snacks to eat at the beer garden. The beer garden booths however also offer a great variety of delicious treats to fit perfectly with your beer: black and white radish from the farm, juicy mackerel, crispy chicken, pretzels and anchovy butter.
For the perfect cold beer enjoyment you should do as the local regulars do and rinse the stone jug with ice-cold water before. There are 93 tables to sit at for local regulars, they can be recognized with signs. An unusually high number, because to be called “local regular” you ultimately have to stop by at least once a month. However this is not difficult at the cozy monastery dining rooms. Hall no. 1 is the most impressive. You can get to it through the transition path offering delicacies in small and old market hall delicacies.
Tip: The nicest way to the Augustinian Bräustübl is a walk via the monk mountain and can be easily combined with a visit to the sumptuously decorated Müller Church.
Address: Lindhofstraße 7, Mülln, 5020 Salzburg
Tel: 0043 (0)662 431246
open: Monday – Friday 15.00 – 23.00, Sat + Sun 14.30 – 23.00