Mittwoch, 11. September 2002
Café Abseits im Bamberg Pub Guide.
Ron Pattinson schreibt in seinem "Bamberg Pub Guide" über das Café Abseits: "Specialist beer bars are a bit of a rarity in Germany. It's unusual to find somehere with more than half a dozen different beers and bars tend to stick to the products of a single brewery. Abseits is an exception, proudly styling itself as Bamberg's Ältestes Studentencafé & Bierspezialausschank (Oldest student café and special beer pub). It offers a constantly changing selection of draught beers, beers from most of the Bamberg breweries and other Franconian classics. Some examples are: Hartmann, Brauerei Sauer of Rossdorf and Brauerei Zehendner in Mönchsambach (their kellerbier is a knockout). Passing on to a physical description of the establishment, it's a simple modern cafe bar in a pink-painted 19th century building, loacted behind the station. It has white painted walls very sparsely adorned with pictures and very low-kew wooden furniture. There is a beer garden at the rear."