Right here folks. Klosterbrauerei Kreuzberg. Sure, Kloster Andechs has its partisans. So too the various Belgian trappist monasteries and small corporate brewers. But those who have been to the Elysian fields of Bischofsheim an der Rhoen know the full truth.
It is in beautiful riding country, in the Bayerische Spessart, that is the mountainous and hilly country north of Nuernberg/Wuerzburg, an hour east of Frankfurt and 10 minutes East of Fulda.
It is a gorgeous old monastery where you can rent a room for $30 per night, after you've enjoyed the brew.
It isn't always open. They don't make all that much beer. It isn't bottled and shipped all around the world, though they will let you rent a keg, which you can bring back and have refilled from time to time. You kind of have to go there to enjoy it, sort of like drinking from a fresh mountain spring it just wouldn't be the same packaged in bottles and shipped everywhere by truck.