- First used as a brewery in the year 1417, this place really took off in the 18th century when it was taken over by Hacker and Pschorr. Like many other beers, Hacker-Pschorr is now produced out of town, but is still sold in the original city-center building, which has now been renovated after damage in the Second World War. The beer is accompanied by tasty Bavarian specialties such as roast pork. Old photographs and other bits and bobs document the history of the brewery; the Silbersaal hall and the sculpture by Johann Hauttmann (of Schloß Linderhof fame) in the foyer are well worth seeing.
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