Bräurosl was once the name of a beautiful brewer’s daughter who is said to have had a liter of beer every evening on her horse. She impressed the brewing assistants so much that she became the eponym of the Festhalle and was immortalized in the painting hanging above the entrance.
To celebrate this legend, the innkeepers Georg and Renate Heide have had the singing yodeler “Bräurosl” Karolin Weidner in the festival tent line-up for over 20 years. During the week she can be found and heard from 3.30 – 5.30 p.m. and at the weekend from 1.30 – 3.30.
With a fresh measure of Hacker-Pschorr beer and the daily changing lunch table one only too gladly listens to the lady. But that’s not the only highlight. The well-known and popular “Gay Sunday” is also celebrated here on the first Wiesn Sunday.