Brauerei Rothenbach

Aufsess

More information on Aufsess can be found at www.aufsess.de (German) 

Points of Interest: The village of Aufsess (which includes Hochstahl and Sachsendorf) is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for most breweries per capita (4 breweries, 1500 people).

Brauerei Rothenbach

Im Tal 70
Aufsess 91347

 0 91 98 / 82 82

 info@aufsesser.de

Beers are brewed under the name Aufsesser, April to October open every date. March and November closed Tuesday, December thru February close Monday thru Thursday.

Opening Times
Monday08:00-24:00
Tuesday08:00-24:00
Wednesday08:00-24:00
Thursday08:00-24:00
Friday08:00-24:00
Saturday08:00-24:00
Sunday08:00-24:00

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Other cities in the same district (Landkreis) as Aufsess

AhorntalBayreuthBindlachBreitenlesau
BüchenbachHeckenhofHintergereuthHochstahlHütten
LeupsLindenhardtNankendorfOberailsfeldPegnitz
PottensteinSachsendorfWaischenfeldWarmensteinachWeiglathal




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Comments

Comment from Tom Perera on 2003-05-30 07:27:12

 A most amazing Pils! Had I not had a couple beer experts and "geeks" along who agreed with me, I might of thought it was just me. We also tried it bottled and it seemed even more aromatic! It was a love affair, can't wait to get back.


Comment from Rick Garvin on 2004-01-31 07:54:28

 Notes from 2002 - Pils: Hoppy with sulfer, dry, assertive bitterness, long finish, good carbonation. Dunkles: sharp caramel flavor - not well integrated.


Comment from Timothy Holian on 2005-02-16 22:28:47

 Aufsesser Dunkel has a malty but alcoholic nose, with a nice rich amber color. Deep roasted malt flavor early yields to a hoppy finish and aftertaste. A slightly burnt malt character detracts somewhat from the overall impression.


Comment from Jan-Erik Svensson on 2007-11-10 05:44:21

 More like a modern restaurant with more tourists than locals behinde the glasses. The brewery has three nice orange-brown beers - Dunkel, Festbier and Bock - with a bready maltiness and a dry aftertaste. They are quite similar, but I especially liked the Bock. In my opinion, the Wiezen and Pils have less character.


Comment from 1LT Paco on 2013-06-16 10:16:05

 Just wanted to add a review since there has not been one for several years. Visited today as part of the beer walk in this area to four breweries. It was a sunny Sunday in June. Although busy enough, this place was not nearly as busy as the others in the area -- for some reason all the motorcycle people don't have this as part of their stop. Just fine with me. The beer was typical Franconian and good.


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