Bräuhausstraße 9
5020 Salzburg
  • UZ-License1112
  • accessible
  • bicycle
  • equipment for seminars
  • non smoking
  • restaurant
  • technical equipment for seminars
  • WIFI
Business Location
  • distance to bus400 m
  • distance to hotel400 m
  • distance to restaurant400 m
  • distance to town center2 km
  • distance to train3,50 km

The “Stieglbrauerei zu Salzburg” is a thoroughly Austrian traditional company and today stands as the leading private brewery in Austria for the best beer and brewing art at the highest level. With traditional brewing craftsmanship in combination with state-of-the-art technology, more than 20 different beer specialties are brewed here and thus the largest beer variety in Austria is offered. And because beer brewing has quality to do with time, the Salzburg private brewery relies on slow fermentation and gentle maturation instead of fast brewing processes. For this reason, Stiegl has been one of only four breweries throughout Austria to bear the "Slow-Brewing" seal of approval since 2013, one of the most prestigious quality seals with the strictest award criteria on the international beer market.
In a family business with more than 525 years of history people think in generations. The brewery is directly dependent on a clean, intact environment, because all the ingredients necessary for brewing come from nature and are thus under a strong environmental influence. Using native raw materials and treating natural resources with respect is the top priority. That is why Stiegl takes intensive care of the soil and its health, because for the Salzburg private brewery, beer brewing starts in the ground, or as Stiegl says: Soil good. Beer good.
With the Wildshut estate in St. Pantaleon, about 30 kilometres north of Salzburg, Stiegl has created its own beer estate. Here, almost forgotten varieties of primeval cereals are grown in organic farming and almost extinct animal breeds are kept. The original grains grown here are refined in a so far unique combination of malthouse and roastery and brewed on site in the solid wood brewery to the Wildshuter beer specialties. The beer estate also serves as a think tank and experimental kitchen for beer and the preservation of biodiversity. The findings gained here benefit the entire brewery.