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Hefe-Weizen

It’s the #1 wheat beer in Germany and one of the world’s favorites. In fact, beer experts call it a masterpiece. In developing this beer, the Paulaner brewmasters have perfected a unique technique with “yeast suspension,” resulting in a uniform, slightly cloudy appearance, consistent quality, and perfect taste.

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This beer is credited for being one of the most popular Munich lagers. Moreover, our brewmasters were among the first to bring Munich lager beer to the Bavarian taps. The recipe for success remains: A perfect balance of malty character and the light bitterness of hops.

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Munchner Lager

The one that started it all.  An amber beer style that was developed over 200 years ago to celebrate the original Oktoberfest. The Märzen name comes from “March beer” because it was historically brewed in March to be at peak flavor for the Oktoberfest celebration. Today this style is available year-round in the US due to popular demand.

Oktoberfest Marzen

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A rich dark amber beer with full-flavored, smooth taste nicely accented with satisfying notes of roasted malt and subtle bottom fermenting yeast tones.

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The first Pilsner in Germany.  Originated from a recipe from Pilzen, Czech Republic;  elevated it to the next level by adding the highest quality ingredients, including soft, pure water unique to the area around Radeberg, Germany.

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 A very special malt composition, including Pilsner Malt, Münchner Malt and light Caramel Malt, accounts for its fine color and smooth body. Additionally, the beer is refined with Bitburger’s proprietary and unique hop blend called ‘Siegelhopfen’ (seal hops), which is sourced from a farm just a few minutes from the brewery. 

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Luminous golden yellow with foamy white crown – you can already taste the refreshment: Slightly malty, full-bodied, mature and with an elegant finish. A beer with character for connoisseurs with character.

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Dunkel

Pilsner

Festbier

Original

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Forbidden as it was to brew in summer, a stronger beer – the Märzen – was brewed earlier in March. It would finally be served at the Oktoberfest, under the “Heaven of Bavaria”. We have returned once again to the age-old recipe and recreated that gloriously smooth, honey-coloured piece of history from times gone by. And all is brewed with due reverence to the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516

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Hearty and smooth with a roasty sweetness and light hop character.

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Mastry’s Brewing Co. is proud to be the first craft brewery and tasting room on St. Pete Beach. Taking traditional styles and combining influences from exotic locales, Mastry’s Brewing is elevating the beach beer experience with selections like JMC, a chocolate coffee porter, and their wildly popular Hefeweizen

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Food: das Essen

Big Red

Frankfurters served with German Potato Salad

Bratwurst served with German Potato Salad 

Roast Pork Plate served with Sauerkraut & German Potato Salad

Currywurst

Hot Soft Pretzels 

Butterfly Fries 

Cheese Fries 

Funnel Cakes

Apple Strudel Funnel Cakes 

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade

Main Street 

Maggie on the Move

St Pete C

Sauerbraten & Spaetzel Empanada

Brat & Sauerkraut Empanada

 Sauerkraut Balls

German Fries

Scnitzel 

Jagerschnitzal

Spatzel 

Bratwurst