Brewer's Advent 2023 Day 7: ÜberQuell - Bambule Pils

ÜberQuell Brauwerkstätten

We are travelling to Hamburg, to the St. Pauli district. The Reeperbahn with its many nightclubs and bars is not far away.  

In 2017, Axel Ohm and Patrick Rüther fulfilled their dream of owning their brewery. Halfway between the iconic “Landungsbrücken” and the famous fisch market, they have transformed the protected historic building known as the "Riverkasematten" into the ÜberQuell Brauwerkstätten.

During the summer, the vintage-style beer garden with colorful storage tanks is inviting. On rainy days (which are frequent in Hamburg), you can sit inside at the large communal table with a view of the pizza oven, crafted by one of the last Neapolitan pizza oven manufacturers. 

A historic Beer Book

A noteworthy attraction is the small brewery museum located in the corridor between the restaurant and the brewery. There, you can admire a true rarity: a copy of the book "Die Kunst Bier zu brawen" (The art of brewing beer) by Henricus Knaust, published in 1575. It is one of the oldest and most important beer books in the world, and only three copies have survived, one of which belongs to ÜberQuell.

Bambule Pils

For a long time, a Pilsner was missing from the brewery's standard range. The ÜberQuell brewers took their time and fine-tuned extensively, aiming to create the perfect Pilsner. This was no easy task, as Pilsner is the favorite beer style of Northern Germans, who are very demanding and critical. Bambule Pils is not just accepted; it's greatly loved.

Enjoy Bambule Pils from Hamburg!

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ÜberQuell - Bambule Pils Can (Export Version)
Pils German Style
5% vol.

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