What’s New: German Beers, US Beer Gardens, Beer Garden Recipes

Outdoor Beer Gardens in the US

From Southern California to Northwestern Maine, we’ve compiled a virtual journey through outdoor beer gardens in the US 50 states. Our selection criteria: some outdoor seating with trees, communal benches, authentic beers (not necessarily from Germany), sausages on the menu, “Biergarten” or “beer garden” in the establishment’s name, and an atmosphere of Gemütlichkeit (comfort and coziness). Some beer gardens are … Read More »

German Beers Available in North America

German beers assortmentGerman beers are legendary, among the world’s best, and Germany wines and spirits are crafted with the same passion. Based on our research, the following German beers are available to the trade and consumers within North America. We make every effort to keep the list as up-to-date as possible, but due to the fast changing trade conditions for food and … Read More »

Recipes from a German Beer Garden

Mini Onion TarsIf you’re yearning for a German beer garden experience but don’t live close to one or are stuck at home, don’t despair. We have plenty of recipes for you to create your own beer-buzz Gemütlichkeit for your friends and family right in your back yard. Just get a few wooden benches, couple of long picnic tables, a keg of more … Read More »

The Original Munich Beer Garden

The truly original Munich beer garden is an ideal place to relax, something much needed here in the United States. You can enjoy a Brotzeit (lit.: time to eat bread) with crusty rye bread, pretzels, cold cuts, sausages, sauerkraut, radishes and pickles that you bring from home. You buy a stein of fresh suds from the tab. You meet friends … Read More »

What to Cook This Month

Grilled Meats
Grilled Meats and Veggies with Baked Potatoes
Dark Beer Marinated Chicken
Dark Beer-Marinated BBQ Chicken
Colorful Summer Salad
Colorful Summer Salad
Raspberry Beer Cooler
Raspberry Beer Cooler