That's how it used to be
THE BREWERY INN CAN BE TRACED BACK TO THE YEAR 1494.
AT THAT TIME, THE BEERS SERVED HERE WERE ALREADY BREWED ACCORDING TO THE “REICHENHALL PURITY LAW” ISSUED THE YEAR BEFORE BY THE REICHENHALL COUNCILMEN.
During the devastating town fire of Reichenhall on the night of 8. To the 9 November 1834 burned down completely, the brewery inn was rebuilt two years later on the same site.
In 1901 the Kommerzienrat August Röhm bought the “Graßlbräu” and gave it its present name BÜRGERBRÄU. In 1925 a fundamental reconstruction followed and after the 2nd World War the BÜRGER-BRÄU was extensively renovated.
Local craftsmen created a place dedicated to the beer saint Gambrinus with cozy guest rooms. On the upper floors, modern, spacious hotel rooms were created in 1990, in whose friendly ambience you will certainly feel at home.
The brewery around 1900, then still under the name “Graßlbräu”. In 1901, Kommerzienrat AugustRöhm,mthe great-grandfather of today’s brewery, bought the brewery and gave it the name BÜRGERBRÄU.
Beer enjoyment in the brewery inn
Enjoy with us the award-winning beer specialties from the Private Alpine Brewery. This is beer enjoyment at its best!