Crispy breaded on the outside with a coat of carter’s crust bread, juicily coated with spicy Luther mustard on the inside, the brewer’s schnitzel combines the unmistakable taste of Luthertrunk and Fuhrmannstrunk with everything a good schnitzel needs.
Because the Grosch is a brewer’s inn, which is also widely known for its beer specialities, which have been brewed by hand for centuries, the brewer’s schnitzel is not simply breaded, but has a coat of Carter’s crust bread, which is baked using genuine Carter’s drink. Before the brewer’s schnitzel is breaded, it is coated with the spicy Lutheran mustard, which Grosch produces according to his own recipe. The result is a juicy schnitzel with an incomparably crispy breading, which also tastes like what it is made of.
Anyone who tries the Brewer’s Schnitzel will soon realise: This is not a Wiener Schnitzel, this is a real Rödentaler Schnitzel!