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Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant: Beers Brewed the Traditional Way

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Reinheitsgebot, a.k.a. the "German Beer Purity Law," guides the brewing process at Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant. If you're unfamiliar with the law, here's the gist. It states that beer should only consist of hops, barley, water, and yeast. Gordon Biersch's brewmasters adhere strictly to these rules as they craft the beers that bartenders pour for guests in the taproom.

Try the Golden Export, a light and crisp lager, or the Czech Pilsner, a slightly heavier brew with a subtly bitter finish and a bit of heat. Complement your suds with some grub. The starters come in smaller Taster sizes as well as Full Pours for groups of three or more people. Order a round of the Bavarian pretzel and sausage skewers with beer-cheese fondue o the garlic-seasoned sweet potato fries. Then dig into a plate of sliders or street tacos, steak or schnitzel, or grilled seafood.