Uerige Obergaerige Hausbrauerei

Built in 1632 and converted to a brewpub in 1862, Uerige Brewery, named for the cranky owner, Wilhelm Cuerten, has established the Duesseldorfer interpretation of Altbier as the classic of the style. After the building was completely destroyed in World War II, the new owner, Rudi Arnold began reconstructing the brewpub in 1945. In 1949 he finished and in 1976 the Schnitzler family took over the company.

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Uerige Doppelsticke

Even more hops & malt, this altbier is brewed by special request only once each year. This beer approaches a barley wine style in complexity....

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Uerige Sticke

Brewed only twice each year, this "secret" alt has more hops and malt than the ‘classic’ Uerige. Dry-hopped. Flip-top bottles....

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Uerige “Classic” Alt

The world-classic Dusseldorfer Altbier, one of Germany's great beer styles. This German ale is noted for its spict hop aroma, firm malty middle, and dry...

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Uerige Stickum Distilled

This is distilled from Uerige DoppelSticke Alt and matured in Spaetburgunder Rotwein barrels (a type of pinot noir). Complex like a fine single malt whiskey,...

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