Culinary beer hike

by Yannick Rottberg
WR Security Kaiserslautern
Distribution / Press / Social Media

The well-known culinary beer hike in Landstuhl and Kindsbach is already entering its 5th round this weekend.
This year the hike starts from Nanstein Castle and hike to Baerenloch pond. Of course, this can also be done in reverse order. By the way, a culinary beer hike is only available in our beautiful Western Palatinate, which means a unique event.
The hike extends over a length of 8 km, and visitors can expect a varied offer at six stations. The topic “beer” is obviously in the spotlight. At each of the individual rest stops, the caterers also serve beer delicacies, such as grandma’s beer goulash, bread dumplings with beer sauce and BBQ ham in dark beer sauce. The event takes place on Saturday from 11 a.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
New this year is Butchery Hess with their tasty products from their own production and three more beer stations with international beer specialties.
Every visitor is encouraged to buy a beer pass for eight euro at the respective starting points (Burg Nanstein or Baerenloch pond). This automatically represents the admission ticket to an individual beer tasting. At each station you get the tasting glass 0.3l for 2.50 euro filled with beers of the participating breweries. The beer glass is also a great souvenir and supports the financing of the event and musical program.
Parking is available on the public parking areas in Landstuhl (Stadthalle, Alter Markt, etc.) and Kindsbach (Baerenloch pond, Dorfgemeinschaftshaus). The walk from the town to the castle takes about 15 minutes.
Spend a wonderful weekend with your family and friends, enjoying culinary delights and good music in the middle of nature.
Further information can be found on the website