Free Flow German Beer & Food for Just ¥350

By That's Shanghai, April 16, 2021

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It’s time to say auf wiedersehen to winter with free flow German beer on one of Shanghai’s most expansive Bund view terraces. As an exclusive deal for all That’s Shanghai readers, Hacker-Pschorr Wirtshaus Shanghai is offering three hours of free flow German beer and soft drinks plus food for just RMB350 per person. You read that right! Time to bust out the lederhosen because this promo is being offered every day from April 20 through May 31. 

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Which tasty brews can you expect to find? From a pleasantly malty, full bodied Helles to a rich and roasty Dunkel to a fruity and easy drinking Hefe-Weissbier, there is something for everyone. All three beers on tap come in 0.3 liters, 0.5 liters, 1 liter and 3 liters for those ready to party all night. Juice and soda are also on offer to ensure that everyone gets their preferred beverage of choice. 

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Aside from freshly brewed German beer, the real star of the show is the traditional German food. As part of your free flow special, choose from three salads, four mains and two desserts to create your ideal meal.

Salads – Choose One

Garden Chicken Salad with Vegetable Vinaigrette

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Garden Boiled Egg Ham Salad with Thousand Island Dressing

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Seasonal Fruit Salad

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Mains – Choose One

Viennese Fried Chicken Chop, served with French Fries, Ketchup and Cranberry Sauce

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Traditional German Beef Stew with Butter Mushroom Cream Sauce

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Sausage Platter, served with German Sauerkraut and Potato Salad

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German Home-cooked Cheesy Pork Chops, served with handmade Spätzle Noodles with Bacon, Mushrooms and Spinach


Dessert – Choose One

German Apple Strude

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Black Forest Cake

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To take advantage of this beer-tastic deal, make sure to book a reservation at least one day in advance and mention this article. Upon arrival, show this article to the waitstaff to confirm you are a That’s Shanghai subscriber. Please note that the deal is not available on public holidays. 

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Hacker-Pschorr Wirtshaus Shanghai

Hacker-Pschorr, one of the most prestigious German breweries, opened Hacker-Pschorr Wirtshaus Shanghai – a large tap room, brew pub and live music venue all in one – nearly three years ago along the North Bund. 

The venue takes visitors on a culinary journey by giving them a chance to savor authentic German delicacies while simultaneously enjoying German craft beer on tap, all in a traditional German-style beer house.

Hacker-Pscorr Wirtshaus Shanghai is the ideal place to sit back, enjoy good food, good beer and good company, and relish in Bavarian heartiness and hospitality at its best. 

See a listing for Hacker-Pschorr Wirtshaus Shanghai.

[Cover image by Sophie Steiner/That's]

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