Don't say you've been to Munich if you don't drink beer

German beer is world-famous, and if you come to Germany, not tasting local beer is considered a waste. If you are traveling in Munich, you can go to these beer halls or breweries to taste locally brewed traditional beer.

Royal Palace Beer House

Munich Royal Brewery was established in 1589 and was the royal brewery at that time. The entire building can accommodate up to 5000 people; the third floor is a large banquet hall, which can accommodate 1000 people. The brewery offers its brewed HB beer. Interestingly, due to the increasing number of Chinese tourists, the "March of the Volunteers" has become a daily performed piece.
Edelweiss wheat beer is brewed according to the German Beer Purity Law of 1516 and is the best-selling German beer in the world. It is also known as the "Wheat King" in Germany. Edelweiss beer brewery has a tradition of brewing beer for 110 years.

Paulaner Brewery Group GmbH & Co. KGaA

At the Plana Brewery in Munich, visitors can experience the finest Munich brewing art and have a dedicated guide to introduce the secrets of beer brewing. After the tour, snacks and beverages will be provided for tasting, but visitors under the age of 16 are not accommodated.

Löwenbräu AG

Löwenbräu Brewery is one of the oldest breweries in Munich. Visitors can tour the brewing facility and witness malt, hops, water, and yeast transform into refreshing beer. Reservations need to be made in advance, but visitors under 18 years old are not allowed.