Munich’s Beer Gardens: Beer Prices 2016

Munich’s Beer Gardens: Beer Prices 2016

By  Sunday, 8.5.2016, 19:14    Breweries & Beer

The beer garden season is beginning these days in Munich and locals and tourists alike are looking forward to the first Mass in the sun. Beer prices at the Bavarian capital’s beer gardens, much as the prices at the Oktoberfest, usually tend to rise in the beginning of the beer garden season. Yesterday, May 7, 2016, informed the interested public about the prices for this season. The newspaper checked the prices at all of the city’s major beer gardens and came to the result that not all beer gardens have lifted their prices. At some places the Mass (1l) beer prices remain unchanged, some have lifted prices and at some places you even save money compared to last year.


Seven of the sixteen surveyed beer gardens haven’t changed their prices compared to last year. At the Menterschwaige Biergarten, the Mass is even 30 cents cheaper and now costs €7.90. The other half of the traditional Bavarian establishment has lifted the prices from 20 to 40 cent. At the Taxisgarten the price was €7.50 in 2015 while the new price is set at €7.90.

In 2016 the prices for a Mass will range from €6.80 at the Bavariapark up to €8.20 at the Seehaus at the English Garden


Beer Garden Price 2016 Price 2015 Brewery
Bavariapark 6,80 Euro 6,80 Euro Augustiner
Hirschgarten 6,90 Euro 6,90 Euro Augustiner
Hinterbrühl 7,10 Euro 7,10 Euro Hacker-Pschorr
Augustiner-Keller 7,40 Euro 7,40 Euro Augustiner
Viktualienmarkt 7,40 Euro 7,40 Euro Munich breweries
Zum Flaucher 7,70 Euro 7,50 Euro Löwenbräu
Hirschau 7,80 Euro 7,60 Euro Löwenbräu
Waldwirtschaft 7,80 Euro 7,80 Euro Spaten
Taxisgarten 7,90 Euro 7,50 Euro Hofbräu
Muffatwerk 7,90 Euro 7,60 Euro Hofbräu
Chinesischer Turm 7,90 Euro 7,70 Euro Hofbräu
Menterschwaige 7,90 Euro 8,20 Euro Löwenbräu
Aumeister 8,00 Euro 7,80 Euro Hofbräu
Nockherberg 8,10 Euro 8,10 Euro Paulaner
Hofbräukeller 8,10 Euro 7,70 Euro Hofbräu
Seehaus 8,20 Euro 7,90 Euro Paulaner


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