„There is a church in every village and beside it at least one pub“ – this ancient rule was tested in 1997, when our village pub was to be sold by its owners, the Becker family. As a cold pint seemed as important to us as the occasional communion, our group decided to inherit the pub together with the Village Of Niederntudorf Association.
The first references of „House Number Thriteen“ date as far back as the 15th century. It acquired its name in 1642 when it was renovated by a man whow was nicknamed „Spissen“. Around 220 years later, the house was remodelled as a tavern by the name of „Red Stag“ and remained that way for the next 130 years.
The Becker family was happy to hand Spissen over to our group, as it meant that the house would retain its function as a meeting point for the entire village.
Since the renovation following the purchase, we hold all our meetings, exercises and performances in and around Spissen.
The tavern is also available for private partys such as birthdays or weddings.
If you would like to know more about Spissen, please do not hesitate to contact us: