Combining a brewery with an abandoned train station and turning it into a unique culinary experience might not be an obvious choice, but it was certainly a very successful one made by owner Thomas Schneider. The bold idea to revive not only a forgotten historic setting, such as the oldest remaining terminus station built in 1843, but also use it as the new home of Leipzig’s once popular Gose beer now seems to be pure genius. The refreshing aroma of the tangy Goseblend had already convinced beer lovers back in the 15th century, gaining popularity up until its height around 1900.
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