A visit at Erdinger Brauerei, Germany
This was our yearly trip with my buddies from Highschool. We had a ton of fun. The first day we drove off too see our home town team Ravensburg Tower Stars play the league's leading team Bad Tölz Löwen. We had a hell of a time drank wayyyy too much and eventually won the game in over-time. Afterwards we headed down to Munich to spend some time at another bar. On the way there, some punk attacked one of my friends, silly people just looking for trouble. We handled him well, but probably should have called the police or should have given him a good beating... none of us do that sort of thing. I guess we were simply raised differently. I did end up on top of the guy with a friend of mine, asking him to leave once he gets up. So no fight, just a wrestle and the guy almost sh@#t in his pants.
The next day we took the train to Erding where the largest Weissbier brewery of the world is located. I like Erdinger, probably because I always end up drinking Erdinger down in Venice after a day of Rollerblading. It's the only decent Beer there, so I am always glad to see the Erdinger Signs at the end of the Promenade.
We did the tour of course and afterwards ended up inside the Brewery restaurant. The tour comes with all you can eat white sausages and all you can drink beers for as little as €8. It's a steal, the tour is good, the sausages are fresh and you get some awesome fresh beer.
After we went to the brewery, we ended the day at some cheesy bowling place. It was disco bowling night, with all these laser lights on, I guess not ideal for a bowling championship, but perfect for a bunch of guys who have had a little too much to drink. It was fun as we had yet a few more beers and lots of Ramazotti. I really enjoyed the trip, although I am really not used to drinking that much anymore.
The next day we drove back home and I spent pretty much all day in bed.
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