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Bamberg is world famous for its magnificent cathedral, the picturesque old town, the medieval Altenburg, its symphony orchestra, the lavishly painted Old Town Hall, the stately New Residence and the Old Court with its decorative half-timbered buildings. If you visit Bamberg, you cannot avoid experiencing the local culinary culture. In the heart of the city there are numerous inns that entice you with hearty cuisine and the finest beer, the smell of oven-fresh Bamberger Hörnla (croissants that are baked with real butter and are heavenly light and crispy) wafts from the bakeries, and you can find delicious ones on the market Eat sausages in a caraway bun and the local meat loaf is a hearty snack for in between. Because the World Heritage city is built on seven hills and has a brewing tradition that goes back thousands of years, you will also find the beer cellars on Bamberg’s heights, which are very popular in summer. Here you can enjoy homemade snacks and roasts in the shade of expansive chestnut and linden trees and refresh yourself with a cool cellar beer.
As a Bamberg brewery, the Kalk Bräu naturally also has a cellar beer in its range. Your golden-yellow beer specialty has a fine veil of yeast and is crowned with a decent head of foam, which is fed by a gentle carbon dioxide. Strong malt, moderate bitterness and a mild smoky note form the taste of the Bamberg classic.