Stein Hour

A Bayrische Brotzeit – A Bavarian Snack

“Stein Hour” from 4 pm until 7 pm in the Biergarten and at our Bar Tuesdays through Fridays

Herzlich Willkommen, a heartfelt welcome to our Bavarian Grill style “Happy Stein Hour”!
We offer a variety of popular Bier Garten dishes to go along with a Stein filled with one of our over 100 German Bier.

In Bavaria, people meet after work with their friends in the Bier Garten or the Gasthaus and talk about the day’s events. Of course, they drink their favorite Bier and enjoy a snack to munch on before dinner. These snacks are specially priced to go with one German Bier or a glass of Wein each.

Stein Hour Menu

Frische Mini-Brötchen mit Aufschnitt – Fresh Mini Rolls With Cold Cuts

Just like in a Bavarian Biergarten: Choose and make your own Sandwich

1.  Choose any authentic German hard roll,

Spitzweg, Dunkles Roggen or Zwiebeln

or the authentic imported Laugenwecke, our baked in Germany Pretzel roll 0.95


2.  Choose and fill it yourself with any chilled 1 oz slice of your choice:

Entenschmalz mit Rostzwiebel 0.75

Emmentaler Swiss Cheese 0.85

Boiled Westphalian Ham 0.95

Applewood Smoked Chicken Breast 1.05

Smoked Dutch Gouda 1.15

Siegi’s Fleischkäse 1.25

Siegi‘s Bierwurst 1.35

Birkenstock Handkäs mit Musik 1.45

Siegi‘s Schinkenwurst 1.55

Siegi’s Jagdwurst 1.65

Fresh French Brie 1.75

Black Kassel German Salami 1.85

Black Kassel Old Forest Salami 1.95

Alder wood Smoked Salmon 2.05

Adler Authentic Black Forest Ham 2.15

Or for those who like it hot:

Gulasch Suppe

A Cup of Gulasch Soup withBeef, Pork, Peppers and Paprika 2.25

goes well with our Onion-Garlic Roll .50

Or add some hot Wurst to your sandwich:

Münchener Weisswurst mit süssem Senf
Poached Veal and Pork Sausage with parsley, lemon-zest and sweet Bavarian Mustard

we recommend a Pretzel roll for the mustard .95

Paar Nürnberger Bratwürstel
A pair of the slim, grilled Franconian link sausage, served with spicy Mustard

In Nürnberg “Im Weckle”, with the Spitzweg Roll .50

3. Add a Gewürzgurke, a dill pickle or Lingonberries 1.50
… and to finish your Brotzeit,
enjoy an Kammer Obstler Schnapps

Remember: Let us sign your Stein Club Card for every different Bier you drink here and you will earn your personalized Stein as a Stein Club Member!

Prost – enjoy your Bier!

Deutsche Biere -Your Tour of German Bier

Bavarian Bier is a little different than other beers – back on April 23, 1516 the Bavarian Duke decreed that only four ingredients can be used to brew Bier: Water, Malt, Hops and Yeast. Over the years German brewers have developed different styles. When Germany became united in 1871 the Bavarian Purity law became the law of the land – Older Bavarians drink Helles (light in Color) during the day and Dunkles (dark Bier) after sunset. Many people over ninety have told me that a liter a day keeps the doctor away. Many famous Germans, like Goethe, Luther, Bach, Beethoven, Bismarck and my grandfather, drank Bier as a part of their regular diet.

There are two families of Bier


Lager means lagering or storing a bottom fermented barley brew at low temperatures (33-35 F) for at least ninety days to allow the yeast to settle at the bottom of the barrel and achieve a natural clarity. These are all examples of Lager Biers:

    • Helles: Light, rich golden straw color, medium hopped Bier, refreshing in summer and winter.
    • Pils or Pilsner: Paler than Helles and heavier hopped, named after its birth town. Refreshing!
    • Dortmunder or Export: Lighter and paler than Pils, but rounder with a smoother finish.
    • Oktoberfest or Märzen: Also called Vienna style lager. Copper or amber in color with good malt flavor and hops, over 4% strong, a great Bier to discuss work or the world events with friends – Only Münchener Bier can be called an “Oktoberfest” in Bavaria and Europe, great with our roasted chicken and any cold cut sandwiches.
    • Dunkles: Almost extinct but coming back. Mild and dark with the sweetness and roundness of a Bavarian sunset. Try it with roasted and grilled meats.
    • Bock: 6.5% strong and lagered for 180 days, may be pale or dark, warms you in spring or fall in the Bier-Garten. Flavorful and satisfying, yet naturally smooth.
    • Doppel Bock: The name often ends in … ator. Over 8% strong and lagered for over 200 days, usually sweeter and dark. It’s the best winter warmer or for those cool Texas air-conditioned evenings you spend with friends.


In Germany are either made of barley and wheat and called a “Weizen” (Wheat) or “Weiss” (White) Bier, or they are made the old fashioned way and are called “Kölsch” or “Alt”, both share the warmer fermentation with top fermenting yeasts and the fruitier flavors.

  • Kristall Weizen: Filtered to be clear, a great alternative to “light” beers with much more flavor and finish – Much healthier and still a good serving from the cereal category in your daily food intake. Very refreshing, you may even detect hints of banana or apple flavors.
  • Hefe Weizen: Unfiltered, a little yeast remains in the bottle or the keg and starts a second fermentation. Usually cloudy and fruity. Great in summer as light evening snack or with your dinner.
  • Dunkel Weizen: The use of extra toasted malts enhances color and flavor. Try it on a rainy and cloudy day or on a balmy Texas evening in our Bier Garten.
  • Kölsch: is a light-colored beer that must be brewed in Cologne, Germany. It is unusual because although it is warm fermented with ale yeast, it is then conditioned at cold temperatures like a lager. We offer a variety of sweeter or hoppier brews, great for all seasons. In Germany these are popular along the Rhine. This hybridized brewing process is like some other central northern European beers such as Düsseldorf’s AIt: usually dark with strong flavors of malts and hops.