Stiegl Goldbräu boasts an unrivaled, well rounded, balanced and wonderfully thirst-quenching flavor. Mildly hopped with a typical refreshing beer bouquet, golden color, a magnificent fine head and pleasant aftertaste, Stiegl Goldbräu is the enjoyment of beer at the highest level.
ABV: 5% | STYLE: Golden Lager
Popular beer/juice fusion features the exquisite & refreshing flavor of grapefruit. The natural fruit-ades harmonize perfectly with Stiegl Goldbräu Premium Lager in familiar Stiegl quality. No artificial sweeteners. 40% Stiegl Goldbräu & 60% all natural juices.
ABV: 2.0% | STYLE: Grapefruit-Infused Pale Lager
LEMON (ZITRONE) RADLER
Refreshing thirst quencher with real lemon juice satisfies one’s senses with its fresh aroma, sparkling & invigorating taste. Straw-colored glow, naturally cloudy with citrus character. No artificial sweeteners. 40% Stiegl Goldbräu & 60% all natural juices.
ABV: 2.0% | STYLE: Lemon-Infused Pale Lager
The lighter, gently kiln-dried malt gives Stiegl Pils its light golden color. The marvelous bouquet of the finest Saaz hops, a characteristic bitterness and liveliness make it a favorite of beer connoisseurs that love a delicate hoppy note and a fine, aromatic flavor.
ABV: 4.9% | STYLE: Pilsner Lager
all through 2017
all through 2017
Stiegl’s top priority is the use of local raw materials and a respectful use of natural resources. However, in everything they do, making customers, suppliers and employees feel appreciated is of paramount importance.
It goes without saying that it is the distinctive flavour and the prime quality that sets Stiegl apart from other beers.
To brew high-quality beer, a wealth of experience in brewing and a natural feel for dealing with the raw materials is essential. That’s why we call it the art of brewing!
Stiegl takes care of soil health
"Beer brewing begins for us in the soil"
Salzburg (OTS) - "Beer brewing begins for us in the soil", Stiegl owner Heinrich Dieter Kiener is convinced and is intensively concerned about soil health: "I am vehemently opposed to the use of glyphosate, because what you bring to the earth, you get also back."
As the only brewery in Austria, Stiegl has been operating its own organic agriculture for over 20 years. Mixed fruit growing, a multi-year crop rotation and biodiversity are on the agenda. Among other things, the private brewery allows arable herbs to grow in their fields and thus creates an important habitat for insects such as the endangered dark bee. Pesticides are taboo. Gut Wildshut is a great idea for beer. There, Stiegl owner Kiener lets cultivated and forgotten pastries become oblivious, which is unique in Austria. Furthermore, in Wildshut, the focus has been laid on the ground for many years. Among other things, a research project is underway to improve soil health and to bind more CO2 in the soil.