Einbecker Brauhaus

The oldest still existing document to prove sale of Einbecker beer dates back to April 23, 1378. During the 14th and 15th centuries every citizen in the town of Einbeck had the right to brew beer and by 1616 there were 742 citizens that owned brew houses (aka. brauherren), and the first bock-style beer in the world was brewed in the town of Einbeck. In 1749 the town of Einbeck combined all the brewing rights and the Einbecker brauhaus was created. In 1851 the beer was bottled for the first time. The bottles ever since had the same unique shape significant of all Einbecker beers. www.einbecker-brauhaus.de


Ainpöckisch Heller Bock

Ainpöckisch beer, mentioned in documents since 1378, is a completely natural, unfiltered Bock beer specialty from the town of Einbeck, home of the historic Bock...

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Einbecker Non Alcoholic

Fresh, light and with the bitter taste of hops. For the figure conscious, sport-active and alcohol abstainer, Einbecker alcohol-free is pure seduction....

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Einbecker Winter-Bock

An Amber red color with a big malt-sweet chocolate/molasses nose including notes of dark fruits. It has a full malt – fruity character [plums, cherries]...

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Einbecker Schwarzbier

Pilsner and dark roasted malts impart a virtually opaque color to the Black Beer. It's distinctive palate, reminiscent of bitter chocolate, dry toffee and coffee,...

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