Trip to Bavaria, teil 3 and 4 months after the fact

When I visit my relatives my trip, like Gaul, is divided into 3 parts. I usually spend the first part with my relatives in Oberammergau/Bad Kohlgrub, with a side trip to Munich. The second (usually short) part is spent with relatives near Augsburg. This year I saw the Augsburg relatives when they visited my aunt in Bad Kohlgrub, so I skipped that leg. I usually end my trip visiting another cousin and her husband near Mühldorf. In a bit of good fortune, one of her sons was having his son baptized that weekend, so I was able to go to that.

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The family gathered outside the chapel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Taufe was held in a itsy bitsy chapel within walking distance, so we walked.

Walkin' to the chapel ...

Walkin’ to the chapel …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The ceremony was lead by a deacon and not a priest and was absolutely lovely. Afterward, we gathered at my cousin’s son’s house for some Leberkas and Alte Liebe

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Mmmmm, Leberkas u. Kartoffelsalat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My last evening in Bayern was spent at the Unertl restaurant in Mühldorf, where we had a lovely dinner, great conversation, and a Weissbierlikör that was pretty amazing.

A Weizen and a weizen Likör. Guess which is which?

A Weizen and a Weizen likör. Guess which is which

 

2 Responses

  1. Yum, Alte Liebe is my favorite!

    Can you brew its approximate at home?

  2. Cliff, I may need to bring in an expert to go over just how it might differ from the Schneider clone I brewed in the fall. Luckily, I brought some back for my expert to pay a debt when TSV 1860 tied his team (Darmstadt) the first time.🙂

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