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Authentic Bavarian Food and Beer in Bryan

The Brauhaus Bryan offers guests the charm and comfort of an authentic Bavarian restaurant in the heart of historic downtown Bryan, Texas. Serving traditional Bavarian food and drink the Brauhaus makes for a perfect and authentic dining experience.


Paulaner Oktoberfest Beer

Paulaner Oktoberfestbier dominates the Munich Oktoberfest – it’s so popular that over one million steins are served each year over the 16 days. It has so many fans that Paulaner is the only brewery to produce Oktoberfestbier all year round. Lagered for 4 weeks to bring out the rich flavour, it was originally conjured up in a Bavarian monastery by Pauline monks. Forced to fast on bread & water during Lent the clever monks reasoned that Bier could be brewed as ‘liquid bread’. This allowed them to get sustenance without breaking their fast how’s that for a heavenly solution?

Hacker Pschorr Dunkel Weiss

Copper coloured and hazy in appearance, the Hacker Pschorr Dunkel Weiss has distinct aromas and a palate reminiscent of cloves, banana and ginger. This bier contains some bready notes, as well as a sweetish kick of caramel. The spicy sweetness of the dark malts harmoniously combine with subtly bitter, hoppy notes.The secret of the unique taste is the use of selected wheat and barley varieties and especially the brewing process. This gives the beer its distinctive colour and its delicate, velvety smooth character.

Paulaner Munich Dunkel

A traditional style of lager from Paulaner Brauerei, made with a higher percentage of roasted malts then their classic Münchner Hell. This was more popular than their Hell throughout the 19th century, and though it has since been overtaken by the lighter-hued lager, the Münchner Dunkel remains well-loved in Munich and around the world.

Paulaner Hefe Weizen

This beer is the number one Hefe Weissbier in Germany, and one of the world’s favourites. An unfiltered, pale wheat beer, the Paulaner Hefe Weizen is naturally cloudy and shining silky gold in the glass under a really strong head of foam. A typical beergarden beer, the Paulaner Hefe Weizen has a tangy, light and fruity flavour with just a touch of bitterness.

Paulaner Munich Hell

This is a classic Munich lager from Paulaner Brauerei, who have been brewing in the German city since the 1600s. They’re even one of the six breweries which supply beer to the Munich Oktoberfest celebrations. Paulaner say their Münchner Hell is usually enjoyed in the shade of a chestnut tree, according to tradition. If you happen to have a chestnut tree in your garden, we reckon this’ll be the beer for you.

Salvator Doppelbock

A strong, big-bodied, bottom-fermented German doppelbock, brewed by Paulaner for over 350 years. They use Herkules, Taurus and Hallertauer Tradition hops for this one. You’ll often see this served in ceramic steins – if you’ve got one of those in your cupboard, crack it out and pour yourself a stein of Salvator!

Shiner Bock

Shiner Bock has a tan, dense medium head that leaves a nice quilt down the sides of the glass as the beer is drunk. Its body is clear with a copper to amber color. The aroma is sweet, without the typical maltiness normally associated with this much sweetness. The taste is sweet and it is very effervescent so there’s a slight sting on the tongue from the carbonation.

Miller Light

Miller Light pours a crystal clear light golden yellow with a fizzy white head that quickly fades away. A taste of light toasted malt, and a slight trace of pine/citrus.


Rich, flavorful, deep chocolate color, scented and roasted barley nose. Complexity of malt, hops, alcohol and yeast.

Paulaner Pilsner

Light, crisp taste with a traditional dry hoppy Pils finish.

For a lighter more refreshing taste try our mixed beers.


The most common blend in Germany is the “radler,” a fifty-fifty mix of Bavarian helles with lemonade or Sprite or 7-Up.


A twist on radler is “russ,” in which the lager is replaced with hefeweizen. Both radler and russ are quite popular, particularly with young Germans.

Dark Radler

Similar to “radler,” Dark Radler is a mix of Oktoberfest and sprite.


Cola-Weizen is another popular German beer mix, but a bit different from Radler as it is a wheat beer mixed with cola. Cola-Weizen is delicious.


Chateau St. Michelle Riesling 2010

Enjoy this classic Riesling. Fresh crisp and balanced style, flavours of ripe peach and juicy pear.

Pinot Grigio delle Venezie 2009

Delightful fresh lemony nose and a dry flavour with a hint of smokiness.

Copper Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon

Plump and soft tannins and gorgeous orange and pear notes.

Copper Ridge Chardonnay

Apple, oak and citrus flavours, medium-bodied crisp and refreshing.

Altana Douro

My favourite red wine, flavourful, yet low in tannins, full bodied with aromas of wild flowers and assertive cherry and plum fruit tones.

Montepulciano D'Abruzzo 2009

Smooth tasting red wine with a light cherry, berry and leather bouquet.

Copper Ridge White Zinfandel (Rosé)

Blush, very fruity, almost sweet.

Copper Ridge Merlot

Plump and soft tannins and gorgeous orange and pear notes.

Delicious Bavarian Food and Drink

Owned and run by Bavarians, the food and drink served at the Brauhaus in Bryan are both delicious and authentic. We serve a wide selection of traditional dishes, delicious breads and desserts and a comprehensive selection of the world's purest beers. The Brauhaus truly is a genuine slice of Bavaria in Texas.

The Bavarian Brauhaus in Bryan is the ideal location to host a party or gathering. We can accommodate 100 guests upstairs and have an extensive menu to choose from when it comes to a wedding dinner, anniversary or birthday celebration, contact us today!

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