Records show that in 1450, the then tiny town of Lübeck boasted around 180 breweries, so beer is definitely in the inhabitants' blood.
Very few beermakers remain today, but among them is Brauberger. This atmospheric pub-restaurant has a brewery at the back of the premises and the oldest Romanesque cellar in Lübeck dating to 1225. The tangy, yeasty beer is served in tall, straight glasses and is ideal for washing down Brauberger's hefty roast and smoked-pork dishes.
It is possible to book a short guided tour. Afterwards guests can enjoy a typical and hearty brewer’s meal.
BRAUBERGER zu Lübeck
Mr. Thomas Rosenhahn
Phone: +49 (0) 4 51 / 7 14 44
fax: +49 (0) 4 51 / 7 41 16
Opening hours: Daily from 5 p.m.