It was in Sterneckerbräu that Hitler for the first time came into contact with the German Workers’ Party, which later became the National Socialist Workers’ Party (NSDAP). Hitler had been sent there by his superiors, 12 September, 1919, to attend a meeting arranged by the German workers’ party. Hitler came into contact with the founders of the party, Anton Drexler and Karl Harrer, and was attracted by the party’s anti-communism. He eventually became a member of the party. At the beginning of the Nazi party, Sterneckerbru became its first official party headquarters. In 1921, the Nazis moved their headquarters to Corneliusstrasse 12.

Current status: Preserved (2010).

Address: Tal 38, 80331 München.

Get there: Metro to Isartor Station.

My comment:

After the seizure of power, parts of Sterneckerbräu became a Nazi shrine. But all this was removed after the war. In 2010 there were several shops/shops at the address.

Follow up in books: Kershaw, Ian: Hitler – A Biography (2008).