Schwaben Bräu

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Schwaben Bräu
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Location Stuttgart, Germany
Coordinates 48°46′5″N 9°10′14″E / 48.76806°N 9.17056°E / 48.76806; 9.17056Coordinates: 48°46′5″N 9°10′14″E / 48.76806°N 9.17056°E / 48.76806; 9.17056
Annual production volume 800,000 hectolitres (680,000 US bbl) (2013)[1]
Owned by Dinkelacker-Schwaben Bräu GmbH und Co. KG

Schwaben Bräu (also Schwabenbräu) is a brewery owned by Dinkelacker-Schwaben Bräu GmbH und Co. KG and located in Stuttgart, Germany. The company owns the largest brewery in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.[2]

Products[edit]

The Schwaben Bräu brand consists of eight different types of beer.

  • Das Natürtrübe, a bottom-fermented, unfiltered lager.
  • Original, a bottom-fermented beer.
  • Das Echte, a bottom-fermented Märzen.
  • Meister-Pils, a bottom-fermented pilsner. Differs from Das Natürtrübe in that it is filtered.
  • Das Schwarze, a bottom-fermented dark beer (Dunkel).
  • Das Helle, a bottom-fermented Helles.
  • Das Weizen, an unfiltered wheat beer.
  • Das Urtyp Export, a bottom-fermented export beer.

Schwaben Bräu are proud of their flip-top bottles, which use a re-sealable porcelain stopper that is held in place by metal clasps to pressure seal the beer bottles.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hecking, Mirjam (2013-08-02). "Wenn Gründer die Reißleine ziehen". Manager Magazin. Hamburg, Germany: Spiegel-Verlag. Retrieved 2016-11-01. 
  2. ^ "Dinkelacker-Schwaben Bräu GmbH und Co. KG". Retrieved 2008-02-01.