|Dachsbräu GmbH & Co. KG
|legal form||GmbH & Co. KG|
|Seat||Weilheim , Germany|
|management||Ulrich Klose, Günter Klose, Ulrike Flassig|
|Number of employees||9|
|As of February 2, 2016|
The Dachsbräu brewery has been in Weilheim ( Upper Bavaria ) since 1879 with an annual output of around 8,500 hectoliters.
The Dachsbräu brewery was founded in Weilheim in 1879 by the Munich brewer Georg Dachs (previously Gabelsbergerstrasse 61 in Munich) .
Georg Dachs bought an agricultural property with the property "Am Saliteranger", which was auctioned. Dachs was already producing wheat beer and brown beer in the year it was founded . Since the founder's grandchildren died in the Second World War , the widowed Berta Dachs married her second husband Gustl Beck, who secured the business in the post-war years. In 1956, the company Steinecker (today: Krones AG ) invested in the world's first brewing plant to be heated with hot water in Freising; the technology is now state of the art.
Beck's nephew, master brewer Ulrich Klose, joined the company in the 1970s, and in 1973 a new bottle filling plant was built.
In 2018, Dachsbräu won the gold medal of the European Beer Star Awards in the “German Style Festbier” category and the silver medal in the “Consumer's Favorite” category for its “Weilheimer Festbier ”.
Today the brewery is the last in Weilheim. Dachsbräu caused a sensation in particular with its vehement support for can deposit .
- Ulimator (Dark Doppelbock)
- Weilheimer Festbier
- Weilheim anniversary beer
- Weilheimer Urhell
- Light yeast wheat
- Wheat buck
- ↑ a b Beer tax: "Dachsbräu" has been fighting for a return to the old regulation since 2004 , at www.kreisbote.de , accessed on February 11, 2016
- ^ History. In: dachsbier.de. Retrieved May 4, 2016 .
- ↑ Boris Forstner: Gold medal for the Dachs festival beer. In: Merkur.de. November 19, 2018. Retrieved November 26, 2018 .
- ↑ Range. In: dachsbier.de. Retrieved May 4, 2016 .
Coordinates: 47 ° 50 ′ 11.2 " N , 11 ° 8 ′ 34.3" E