Hospitality in the Bräustüble
The Post of Weiler was a former Royal Bavarian Postal Station and the first site of the Post Brauerei. given 170 years ago the place where PostBier was brewed and sold, and where food and lodging was provided for mail-coach travellers. PostBier is still brewed in Weiler - only a good three hundred yards away in the "new" Post Brauerei. Our Bräustüble pub and hotel upholds the brewing tradition.
We manage the house with our friendly and experienced staff. Our chef sets great store in fresh and regional products, from buying to preparing meals. We do our utmost, to provide attentive service so that you may feel comfortable. We have a: “stay and enjoy” attitude towards our guests
Views of the Bräustüble
The Bräustüble has always been the favourite place of the brewery: homely, popular and hospitable.
You can have an Allgäu snack and a fresh PostBier while talking with your regular drinking company and seeking ways to make the world a better place.
Schalander was the name for the common - and sleeping rooms of the brewers and porters. Our Schalander still reflects the brewer’s life of the past. It is a refuge for the body and mind, Good food and drink enjoyed in the Schalander keep body and soul together.
The Former Postmaster’s Office
The office of the Royal Bavarian Postal Station (1824 - 1907) is now a chic side room. Small parties up to 30 persons.
The Beer Garden „Hopfen & Co”
Our "Hopfen & Co" beer garden is an inviting place for having a cool beer on sunny days. A good place to stay and enjoy sitting next to branches of Tettnang hop and looking at the maypole.
Auch auf unserer Sonnenterrasse können Sie bayrische Köstlichkeiten und ein kühles Bier genießen.
The Beer Bell
There is a beer bell for thirsty hikers, bikers and other passers-by on the south side of the Post. The bell can be rung , to call for help. Our attentive staff will hurry to provide first care by serving a cool PostBier. You may then sit down on our sunny lounge terrace and enjoy your drink , to gather new strength.