Sample the selections of this hometown-pride brew under the shade of chestunt trees as you watch the sun set over the rooftops and steeples of the Old City. The noted local architect Ceconi devised this sprawling place around 1901. The Keller is partly inside the Mönchsberg hill, so its cellars guarantee the quality and right temperature of the drinks. It's a great place to stop for lunch, an afternoon Jause (snack) or an evening Prost with friends, though
beware: climbing up the relatively steep incline is easier than stumbling down after a few Grosses (large beers).