Herzoglich Bayerisches Brauhaus Tegernsee

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Herzogliches Bräustüberl Tegernsee Peter Hubert GmbH & Co. KG
Herzoglich Bayerisches Brauhaus Tegernsee logo.svg
TypeGmbH & Co. KG
LocationTegernsee, Bavaria, Germany
Coordinates47°42′30″N 11°45′24″E / 47.70833°N 11.75667°E / 47.70833; 11.75667Coordinates: 47°42′30″N 11°45′24″E / 47.70833°N 11.75667°E / 47.70833; 11.75667
Openedca. 1050
Annual production volume130,000 hectolitres (110,000 US bbl)[1]
Active beers
Name Type
Tegernseer Hell Helles
Tegernseer Dunkles Dunkel
Tegernseer Export Dortmunder Export
Tegernseer Pils German-style Pilsner
Tegernseer Quirinus Dunkler Doppelbock Doppelbock
Seasonal beers
Name Type
Blauer Page Bock

Herzogliches Bräustüberl Tegernsee ("Ducal Brewery of Tegernsee") is a brewery in Tegernsee, Bavaria, Germany.

History[edit]

The brewery traces its roots back to a brewery that was allegedly founded in the year 1050 on the Tegernsee, in connection with Tegernsee Abbey, a Benedictine abbey that was founded in 746. The current brewery can trace its history back to 1675, when abbot Bernd Wenzel relocated the monastery's brewing right from Holzkirchen to Tegernsee.[2] The brewery has operated under a number of different names, including Tegernseer Klosterbrauerei ("Tegernsee Monastic Brewery"). After the brewery was secularized at the beginning of the 19th century, the brewery was purchased by Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria from Karl Joseph von Drechsel and incorporated under the name Königlich braunes Brauhaus Tegernsee ("Royal Brown Brewhouse of Tegernsee"). The brewery later changed its name to Herzoglich bayerisches Brauhaus ("Ducal Bavarian Brewhouse"). Since then, the brewery has been in the ownership of the House of Wittelsbach. The brewery is currently run by Duchess Maria Anna in Bayern, daughter of Prince Max, Duke in Bavaria.

The brewery is currently incorporated under the name Herzoglich Bayerisches Brauhaus Tegernsee KG.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bautz, Nina (2012-05-24). "Augustiner & Tegernseer: Jetzt werden die Kultbiere knapp". Tz. Munich. Retrieved 2016-10-28.
  2. ^ "Herzogliches Bräustüberl Tegernsee - Historisches". braustuberl.de. n.d. Retrieved 2016-10-28.