Brauereischloss am Michaelsberg

Brauereischloss am Michaelsberg

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  • Rinaldini

    As early as 1830, Anton Fuchs had built a rock cellar on Michaelsberg and used it to cool beer. When Sylvester Meyer bought the former parish hall in 1834, he also took over the site on the northern slope of Michaelsberg. In 1874, brewery director Wilhelm Meyer planned a new brewery outside the town center, the plans of which were approved in 1875. The existing rock cellars were expanded. Ice, which was broken on the banks of the Elz in the winter months, was used to cool the beer stored in the rock cellars. Because of the lack of cooling facilities, no beer could be brewed in the summer. After the move to the new building on Michaelsberg took place in 1876, a new malt house was built in the parent company area.

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    • September 8, 2020

  • Manfred

    You can take a break in Biergharte.

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Location: Riegel, Emmendingen, Freiburg District, Baden-Württemberg, Germany


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