St. Georgen Bräu
Top-class beer specialties - they have been brewed in Buttenheim in Upper Franconia since 1624. According to old Franconian brewing tradition. With the best spring water from the St. Georgenbräu spring, noble aroma hops from neighboring Spalt or the world-famous Hallertau hop country and with special mixtures of typical Franconian malts. Once the brew is ready, it's time to wait. So that the beer can mature properly and the taste can develop. This is the philosophy of master brewer Norbert Kramer. In 2009, he took over St.GeorgenBräu and gave the former family brewery a new lease of life. Today, the Franconian country brewery is the largest brewery in the Bamberg district, with an annual output of more than 40,000 hectoliters. Specialty of the house? The unsparkling and yeast-cloudy St.Georgen Bräu Kellerbier. Of course, you will also find the nut-brown Keller with its wonderful head and its unique malt flavor in our beer assortment. Not tried it yet? Then it's time.
Brewery with rock cellar - the St. Georgen Bräu beer cellar
Norbert Kramer has also lovingly refurbished the St. Georgen Bräu beer cellar in recent years. A typical Franconian rock cellar with a magnificent view over the Bamberg countryside. Here you can sit comfortably, let your soul dangle and enjoy the finest Franconian delicacies with freshly tapped beer. Perfect for a Sunday outing and for all those who like to end the day with a drinkable Seidla in the cellar.
More information about the brewery: St. Georgen Bräu Buttenheim