Located in an 1888 Victorian-era mansion overlooking historic downtown Montgomery, the Goat Haus Biergarten is your German-inspired home away from home.
From downtown Montgomery: Head west on Madison/Bibb. As it splits into Clay Street (westbound) and Herron Street (eastbound), stay on Clay Street. As you pass Whitman Street, you’ll see a large, red Victorian-era mansion on your right — the first house past Whitman. That is the Goat Haus Biergarten, 532 Clay Street,
From I-65 South or North: Take Exit 172 Clay/Herron and proceed north on the access road to Clay Street. Take a right onto Clay Street heading east. As you approach the crest on the hill and overlook downtown Montgomery, the Goat Haus is the large, red Victorian-era mansion on your left at 532 Clay Street.
532 Clay Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Sa 9a–9p (Brunch til 2p)
Available for private/special events all other days.
Adam Warnke (L) and James Weddle (R) with Mayor Todd Strange
This picture was from opening night of Oktoberfest 2018 at the Goat Haus and the photo represents a culmination of a four year effort to fully launch the Goat Haus and the creative/entrepreneurial community that exists in Montgomery.
About the Goat Haus
Launched in July 2017 in an 1888 Victorian-era mansion, our mission at the Goat Haus Biergarten is provide the best experience for our guests as they enjoy great beer, great food, local art, and live, original music. We believe providing opportunities to local farmers, musicians, artists, beer makers, and other artisans not only builds a more vibrant, equitable, and sustainable community but it also gives our guests a chance to experience what Montgomery truly has to offer.
When you are at the Goat Haus, make it your own…sit outside and take in the beautiful view of downtown Montgomery, sit inside in our front parlor room, the bar room, or in one of our two dining rooms that overlook downtown Montgomery.
Just leave your troubles at the door and settle in and let us take care of you for a little while.
You’ll notice the only TV in the place is the beer screen. We encourage you to turn off or turn down your phone and meet someone new. Listen to their story and share yours. You’ll be pleasantly surprised who you might meet and learn from.
We love feedback! Not just on the food and service you received but also, what ideas do you have to make the Goat Haus a better experience?
Take a look around the community that considers the Goat Haus their home away from home. You’ll see diversity in the people from their tastes in food and beer, their philosophical and religious beliefs, their ethnicity, their sexual orientations and identity, and, as the pictures show, even their tastes in fashion.
Communities that foster open and accessible spaces are much more likely to attract and retain a diverse group of creatives and entrepreneurs — the types of people that make cities like Austin, San Francisco, and Seattle what they are: vibrant and economically successful.
- James Weddle
This much is certain:
You are always welcome here at the Goat Haus.
James Weddle and Adam Warnke
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