BEER

PILS

Powerfully hopped beer experience, yet sleek and elegant. Slightly sharp taste and a head as if straight from the tap....

EXPORT

A harmony of golden yellow, full-bodied flavor profile with a malty aroma of subtle hops. For many years Germany’s most...

HELLES

Specialty beer awarded for its Bavarian origin. Lightly golden in color, decidedly drinkable with a slightly malty nose. 4.7% ABV...

KELLERBIER

An exceptionally full-bodied stalwart, spiced flavor profile that is at once powerful and harmonious, primal and natural. NATURALLY CLOUDY |...

HEFEWEIßBIER

A true classic with a stately head, distinct aromas of fruit and spice, top-fermented with mild yeast notes. NATURALLY CLOUDY...

BOCK

A strong beer specialty for the whole year round: definitive malty character, copper in color, traditionally smooth and full-flavored. 6.7%...

WEIßBIER 12

12% original wort makes this the most robustly earthy of our wheat beers. Lightly amber in color, top-fermented and unfiltered...

ALT

A top-fermented Rhineland powerhouse: packed full of hops and roasted aromas with a powerfully malty kick and delicate notes of...

KRISTALL-WEIZEN

A sparkling wheat beer experience, crystal clear and bright, delicately coordinated fruit and spice aromas. 4.9% ABV...

SCHWARZBIER

A beautiful looking beer of deepest black, offset by a pure white head reminiscent of cream. This beer strikes an...

LEICHT

Delicate aromatic flavor variety. Distinctly hoppy, bottom-fermented, refreshingly low ABV and reduced calorie beer. 2.8% ABV...

DUNKLES HEFEWEIZEN

The dark sidekick to our wheat beers, malty with elegant roast aromas. Slight notes of yeast and fruit, eminently drinkable....

WINTERBIER

Seasonal specialty beer, typical for the time of year with an extra kick. Amber, drinkable, full of character. SEASONAL |...

LEICHTE WEIßE

Summery fresh, low alcohol and low-calorie variant. Natural, top-fermented, fruity. A real pleasure. NATURALLY CLOUDY | 2.8% ABV...

URTYP

A particularly hearty traditional beer variant, brewed in line with an old recipe that makes liberal use of dark malt....