At Bayern Fukuoka, you can enjoy 45 different kinds of beer, including Löwenbräu, which has been made for centuries from just barley, hops and water according to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516, and Bayern’s own Meister Weizen, a rich wheat beer made from imported German ingredients and water from Mt. Fuji. With a sports-themed interior and bread delivered from long-standing German bakery Sailer, Bayern is popular among foreign residents, especially soccer fans. Hams and sausages are available for take-out, and the cakes are so popular people line up for them!
Sausage platter (w/bread) ¥1,750, currywurst ¥890, wiener schnitzel (Vienna-style fried cutlet; 17:30~) ¥1,750 (Reg.) / ¥910 (Sm.), glass wine ¥620, draft beer ¥660 (300ml) / ¥1,100 (500ml)
Originally published in Fukuoka Now Magazine (fn220, Apr. 2017)