Ansbach

The Mother of all Brats

Authentic taste is totally down-to-earth in the town of Ansbach. The Ansbach bratwurst is best enjoyed the traditional way with sauerkraut, black bread, and potatoes or traditional, Franconian potato salad.

The Ansbach bratwurst is a whopping 18 cm long and 3 cm thick! This well-rounded mother of all bratwursts stays juicy on the inside due to its thickness. The meat is all pork seasoned with nothing but salt, pepper, oregano and pimiento. The sausage comes stuffed in a special skin called “Schweinebändel.” Take a bratwurst tour in Ansbach to learn everything you ever wanted to know about this beast of a brat and don’t be surprised to learn that there are purity regulations for the Ansbach bratwursts and that these laws are older than the German beer purity regulations...

Beer Bliss in the Countryside

Over the course of centuries, twelve breweries have operated in the town of Ansbach.

Unfortunately, none of them are still in operation today, but plenty of good beers are being brewed just outside of town. You can sample these brews at inns in Ansbach, or you can take a trip into the countryside to explore the beautiful beer gardens.

Culinary Events in Ansbach (1 matches)

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    Ansbach

    Frankenhöhe-Lamm-Aktionswoche

    March 29th, 2019 - April 28th, 2019

    Adressen der Gaststätten, Metzgereien und Bauernläden sowie das Frankenhöhe-Lamm Kochbuch und Infos erhalten Sie beim Landschaftspflegeverband Mittelfranken, Tel. 0981/ 4653–3520, E-Mail: info@lpv-mfr.de oder unter www.frankenhoehe-lamm.de
    Feuchtwanger Straße 38
    91522 Ansbach
    Germany
    Tel.: +49 981 46533520