There are not many places in the world where beer for breakfast is practically mandatory. To enjoy the full experience of weisswurst, a pale and tender Bavarian sausage in which minced veal, pork, and seasonings are crammed into pork casings, head to Schneider Brauhaus, and pair your meat with a pillowy-soft, house-made Brezn (pretzel) and Weissbier (wheat beer). The highly perishable snack, best coated with a layer of Weisswurstsenf (a sweet mustard) is made fresh—and in the time before refrigerators was only eaten in the morning. That means you won’t find this delicacy on menus after noon. Sausage and beer too much for you at this early hour? There’s always the house-made liver dumplings with sauerkraut, fried onions and boiled potatoes. Check online to see which days live music might accompany your meal.
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