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You can not decide? Then just let yourself be surprised! With the surprise box S of the Bierothek you get 12 different craft beers from different breweries. Always different, always delicious.
12 bottles á 0,33 l
Craft beers may be included from the following breweries:
Analog beer in a digital world - This is what the young brand AND UNION stands for. In our fast-paced world, things of permanence and duration are slowly being lost. One trend chases the next and innovation seems to be the only thing that still counts. The label AND UNION counteracts this development with rationality, purism, simplicity and the honest expression of natural raw materials.
It is fortunate that the Faust family does not quite live up to its motto "Faust. That stays between us" is not taken quite so seriously. Otherwise, only the people of Miltenberg could benefit from the fine beer from Brauhaus Faust. The region is close to the Faust family's heart. This is reflected not only in their great commitment to local associations, Franconian culture and social institutions in the region. The ingredients for the first-class beer also come from Franconian farmers and suppliers.
What is pronounced Berlo is the origin of the present name of the state capital and a little word with which few among us associate anything. This was exactly the reason for Katharina, Christian and Michael to choose this name. BRLO is unoccupied by ideas and images - at least until you enjoy one of BRLO's excellent beers. From then on, the sound of the word alone will evoke wonderful images of cool beer, memories of hoppy pleasures and a great thirst for beer.
Hanscraft & Co.
What do teeth and beer have in common? Christian. Christian Hans Müller, head and heart behind Hanscraft & Co. is actually not a brewer but a dentist. At least he used to be, because now he is a full-blooded brewer. Beer in the club is nothing new, but beer in a fine restaurant is. In addition to the club world, Christian also wants to conquer the upscale temples of pleasure with Hanscraft & Co. As a passionate beer drinker and connoisseur, Christian wants to make beers that can be enjoyed not only with steak from the grill but also with filet in a starred restaurant. Refined, multi-layered beers with ambition and of quality, that is the goal. That, and beers you can drink at the disco. Gone are the days of working on a hangover for the next day while dancing with bad beer, now there's Hanscraft & Co!
Axel Kiesbye is not only a brewer, but rather an institution in the beer business. The brewmaster not only brews beer, he lives it. It seems as if his life's mission is to spread the word about beer around the world. For years, the Austrian by choice has put his heart and soul into promoting the appreciation of beer and has already launched numerous beer-related projects. He also brews beer on the side. Axel Kiesbye is our beer superman!
Maisel & Friends
Anyone who drinks craft beer has most likely stumbled across this name before. Hardly anyone in the scene is as experimental, open-minded and unbiased as Jeff Maisel, the mastermind behind Maisel & Friends. This must be due to his origins, because Jeff is half American and a Californian beach boy through and through: always in a good mood, ultra likeable and on a first-name basis with everyone. Jeff is the dazzling center of his own brewery and the initiator behind numerous collaboration brews.
The head, heart and hand behind the company "Orca Brau" is Felix vom Endt. The young, wild brewer had a rather unusual start in the illustrious world of beer. Like all his fellow brewers, Felix has always enjoyed drinking beer. Unlike the others, however, he not only drank it, but also wrote about it. Felix founded one of the first beer blogs in Germany and tested himself with wit and thirst through the offer in German beer shelves. At some point, his professional interest in drinking led him to start his first attempts at the kettle. At home at the stove, the future brewer's first creations were born. Via detours, he found his way into the hallowed halls of the Heidenpeters brewery. There he learned everything there is to know about the craft of brewing and the management of a brewery, and also inherited the old brewing system.
Berliner Weisse is Ulrike Genz's favorite beer and the reason she started brewing in the first place. As a Berliner, it was and still is her desire to give back good, traditional beer to her hometown. With a lot of heart and craft, she has built up the Schneeeule label and brews wonderfully refreshing beer and fine creations like the Schampus Weiß Vintage, which was created in cooperation with the Bayerischer Bahnhof and Freigeist Bierkultur, in a one-woman process.
Behind the simple name lies a true avant-gardist: Thorsten Schoppe caused a sensation in the beer world years ago and virtually helped lift the craft beer movement out of its cradle. At some point, the inspired brewer had had enough of large-scale brewing and turned to his craft roots and the original art of brewing. Kettle instead of computer was the motto that ultimately led to Thorsten starting his own thing. Since then, the humorous motto "hops, malt and muscle grease" has applied, perfectly describing the small-scale production.
Steamworks Brewing Co.
When their grandfather moved from Austria to Canada in the 1930s and his sister stayed behind in Vienna, they had no idea that their two grandsons would one day enter the beer business. It took another two generations before the Austrian-Canadian musical family sprang a brewer: Eli, who discovered a love of beer during his trip to Europe and learned the brewing trade without further ado, bought the Gastown Brewpub. The venerable building housed a real treasure: a steam heating system. The technique of steam brewing dates back to pioneer days and was rarely practiced by the end of the 20th century. Eli showed a spirit of discovery and revived a long-forgotten tradition. Canada's first steam brewery was born and the brewing could begin!
Steve Wagner, Stone Brewing's very first brewmaster, gained his first brewing experience in his own kitchen and it was a twist of fate when he met Greg Koch in 1989. The two beer aficionados drank countless bottles of beer together while making wild plans. One of those plans, to start their own brewery, persisted.
Steve and Greg had planned a revolution: Their goal was to free America from the shackles of industrially brewed mass-produced beers - To move away from standard beers and turn to beery works of art from creative minds and bold craft brewers. In 1996, the time had come and the first keg of Stone Brewing's own production was sold. With this step, the two brewers are not only considered legends in the craft beer scene, but also forefathers of the worldwide craft beer movement. The two avant-gardists took the beer market by storm: Their provocative creations, such as Arrogant Bastard or Ripper, were soon known far beyond the borders of the American continent. No wonder, after all, such hop-intensive, masterfully brewed and unique beers hardly existed at the time. Greg and Steve challenged the autocrat of industrial beer to a fight and overran it with a flood of creative, outstanding craft beers.
Beer is the great passion of the team behind ÜberQuell, and you can see and taste it!
The far north is known for many things: delicious fish sandwiches, the Elbphilharmonie, seagulls and its dry humor. But now Hamburg has a new attraction: Since 2017, you can find the small, creative microbrewery ÜberQuell Brauwerkstätten on St. Pauli. With handmade beer from real people for real people, pizza from the stone oven and a lot of heart and soul, the makers have been attracting countless beer fans ever since.