Beer has been brewed in the Ayinger private brewery for more than 140 years. In the seventh generation and strictly in accordance with the purity law, they brew down-to-earth, first-class beer here. Idyllically located between Munich and the Alps, Aying is a first-class Bavarian model town. Brewing tradition and culture are closely interwoven and find their epicenter in the Ayinger Braustüberl. A place that beautifully combines tradition and modernity and enjoys great popularity. The Ayinger private brewery is embedded in this picturesque setting.
It is clear that beer belongs to Bavaria like sweet mustard to white sausage. You only realize how clear once you've been to Aying and talked to the brewery boss Franz Inselkammer. Together with his loved ones, he runs the family business and at the same time acts as a kind of cultural ambassador for the region. With a zest for life and passion, Inselkammer is a beer ambassador and ambassador of enjoyment in Bavaria. With a restaurant, brewery tavern, brewery inn and brewery, he runs a unique ensemble of Bavarian hospitality and maintains the traditions of the region with numerous events. The Ayinger private brewery is a hub of modern Bavarian life and Chef Inselkammer puts all his heart and soul into the roots of tradition, costume and drinking in Bavaria.
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The Ayinger private brewery attaches great importance to the high quality of its ingredients for its excellent beer. A highlight is definitely the water with which the beer is brewed: It comes from the fountain of the St. Andreas spring in Aying and is recognized as a natural mineral water thanks to its nutrient composition. But the other raw materials also come from the Aying area. In the Ayinger private brewery, only the best comes into the kettle. The result is a wide range of 14 specialty beers that are recognized worldwide. In fact, the Ayinger private brewery has already received numerous awards. Your dark Bock Celebrator is particularly eye-catching: the strong beer has been named one of the best 50 beers worldwide, along with countless prizes.
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