Due to the COVID-19 virus our operations are restricted by the Mayor of Milwaukee.  

CITY ORDINANCE REQUIRES A MASK TO BE WORN UPON ENTRY AND WHEN OUT OF YOUR SEAT.   MASKS MAY BE REMOVED WHILE EATING AND DRINKING.

LIMITED CAPACITY –  30 PATRONS

  • WAIT FOR SEATING DIRECTION FROM STAFF
  • OBSERVE ALL SIGNS & MARKINGS
  • MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING
  • MAXIMUM 6-PERSONS PER TABLE
  • 6’ BETWEEN BAR PATRONS  (NOT OF THE  SAME HOUSEHOLD)

For the Immediate Future our On Premise Hours Will be:

Monday – CLOSED

Tuesday – 4pm to 11:00pm

Wednesday- 4pm to 11:00pm

Thursday – 4pm to 11:00pm

Friday – 11:00am to 11:00pm

Saturday – 11:00am to 11:00pm (Early Open for FC Bayern Games – Fan Club & Stein Club Members Only)

Sunday – 11:00pm to 4pm (Stein Club Members Only 11:00am to 2:00pm)

PLEASE CALL FOR CARRY OUT – 414-226-2728

In a City built on German Heritage, the Old German Beer Hall represents the spirit and tradition of Munich’s legendary Hofbräuhaus, the most famous beer hall in the world. Milwaukee’s Old German Beer Hall offers a glimpse of Bavarian social life, and 400 years of tradition and history. With replica tables and benches from the “Schwemme”, visitors will feel the connection to the original Munich beer hall.The beer served is brewed in Munich according to the “Reinheitsgebot” or Purity Act of 1516. Our kitchen serves up traditional Bavarian festival food and specialties. Featuring Giant Pretzels imported from Munich. Come experience Gemütlichkeit, at a magical place where people enter as strangers and leave as friends. Prost!

CLICK HERE: A Brief Video History of the Munich Hofbräuhaus

Visit these websites to learn more about the Hofbräuhaus

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