Rustic alpine hut with a family atmosphere
The fantastic mountain panorama around the Brugger-Alm at 1365 metres above sea level in Jochberg makes it even easier to enjoy. The hearty, down-to-earth Tyrolean cuisine will wrap every palate around its finger. In addition to gröstl, char and cranberry pancakes, the menu at the Brugger-Alm also includes baked goat cheese - made in-house, of course, as the alp was already a cattle farm 200 years ago.
Autumn dish 2023
On the typical Tyrolean menu of the Brugger-Alm you will find the autumn dish 2023, the Moosbeerschmarrn, as well as Gröstl, char - smoked or miller's style - and baked goat cheese. The goat cheese comes directly from their own production; the senior milks the goats and further processes the milk into cheese, which can be found on the menu as well as in their own farm shop.
How it works:
Mix flour, eggs, milk and salt to a dough. Heat a pan with clarified butter, pour in the dough and cover. Fry the dough until golden brown on both sides, cut or break it up and add granulated sugar and a handful of blueberries. Mix everything well and serve in a pan or on a plate. Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, if desired.
For 44 years now, the Brugger-Alm has been a catering business and convinces guests not only with its original ambience, but also with the traditional cuisine, in which you can clearly taste the passion.
In summer, the Brugger-Alm can be reached either on foot or by bicycle - those who are less athletically inclined can also drive up to the hut by car. The view of the surrounding mountains is breathtaking: to the west you can see the small Rettenstein, the Gaux-Almen, the Kitzbühel South Mountains and to the south the Hohe Tauern. In addition, the hiking area around the Brugger-Alm offers the right route for every hiker - from beginners to ambitious mountain athletes, there is something for everyone here.