Is a refreshing beer brewed with lemon, lime and elderberry juice. Inspired by the beer/soda blends originally created for cyclists, the style is now appreciated by young and old alike – and especially during the summer season.
Brand: Schloss Eggenberg Radler Naturtrüb
Style: Radler
Origin: Salzkammergut, Austria
Description: Waves of bright citrus aroma beckon you closer once this liquid hits the glass. Brewed with a mix of lemon, lime and elderberry lemonade, this addition to Eggenberg’s line-up might just be its most-refreshing yet – and with a history dating back to the 10th Century, that’s a claim with some serious weight behind it.
Flavor/Aromatic Profile: Lemon Zest, Lime Pulp, Crackers
Pairings: Oysters, Bike Rides, Sunshine


Is an updated version of the traditional lemon-flavored radlers, this time made with natural pink grapefruit juice. A perfect drink, low in alcohol for the hot season, with the perfect amount of natural bitterness to set it apart from the sweetness of sodas.

Brand: : Schloss Eggenberg Pink Grapefruit Radler

Style: Radler

Origin: Salzkammergut, Austria

Description: As radler culture has grown outside of Austria, the substitution of grapefruit for the lemon originally used to flavor these ultimate thirst-quenchers has provided consumers with popular twist on a traditional style. Now, with a generous helping of fresh Pink Grapefruit, Eggenberg not only answers the demand, but responds with a question of its own: Are you ready to trade up into a new radler?

Tasting Notes: Pink Grapefruit Juice, Lemon Zest, Vanilla Biscotti

Suggested Pairings: Oysters, Pulled Pork, Crème Brulee, Hiking


Is an excellent Pils, brewed with the world-famous Saazer hops. Hopfenkönig has a bright golden colour, a dry, hoppy nose, and aromatic flavours. This beer is brewed strictly in accordance with the purity law from 1516.
Brand: : Schloss Eggenberg Hopfenkönig Pils
Style: Pilsner
Origin: Salzkammergut, Austria
Description: Carefully-selected raw materials combined with the finest art of brewing make this a beer to fall in love with. Bright as it is crisp, and refreshing as it is flavorful, this is the picture of a pilsner you’ll be hard-pressed to stop coming back to.
Flavor/Aromatic Profile: Lemon Zest, Biscuit, Green Apple, White Pepper
Pairings: Spring Lettuces, Crabcakes, Orchard Fruit


Is natural and untempered. A deliciously refreshing – and at the same time rejuvenating – specialty brewed after the old Bavarian traditions, naturally with a fine yeast. Helle Weizen shows a light fruity taste which gives it its full aroma.
Brand: : Schloss Eggenberg Helle Weizen
Style: Hefeweizen
Origin: Salzkammergut, Austria
Description: Inspired by the delicate wheat beers of Bavaria, Eggenberg’s newest release is a full-bodied and open-fermented Hefeweizen brewed with both sunny days and snowy nights (on the slopes) in mind. Waves of banana and clove coat the palate as you’d expect any traditional Bavarian wheat beer to, but the hint of bubble gum that lingers behind is the first sign that just one sip of this beer won’t be enough.
Tasting Notes: Banana Cream, Clove, Bubble Gum, Raw Honey, White Pepper
Suggested Pairings: Gouda, Fried Poultry, Rice Pudding


Is one of the strongest beers in the world, with 23° Plato attaining 9.6% ABV. It matures in our ancient cellars for 9 months, until it is fully fermented and turns amber in colour. Urbock 23°is full-bodied, with a creamy flavour, well-balanced with a noble hop bitterness. Known in many countries as the “Cognac of Beers.”

Brand: : Schloss Eggenberg Urbock 23˚

Style: Dopplebock

Origin: Salzkammergut, Austria

Description: Called the “Cognac of Beers,” this beer is a rich golden-brown toffee color with a strong malt aroma. While its body is remarkably light for the 10.5% ABV, its character is that of a woodsy, heavy beer – more akin to cognac, brandy, or even scotch liquor than to the traditional beer. Ideal for finishing a meal.

Flavor/Aromatic Profile: Raisin, Brown Sugar, Oak, Tannin

Pairings: Blue Stilton, Lean Grilled Red Meats, Tart Tatin


Is brewed only once a year on December 6, and is aged for 10 months before bottling. As a result, this dark lager is one of the rarest beer specialities in the world and with 14% alcohol by volume, it is also the strongest of its kind. Samichlaus may be aged in the bottle for many years to come, as older vintages become more complex with a creamy warming finish. This beer is served best with sophisticated dishes and desserts, particularly with chocolates, or as a digestive by itself.
Brand: : Schloss Eggenberg Samichlaus Classic
Style: Dopplebock
Origin: Salzkammergut, Austria
Description: This iconic winter brew got its start in Switzerland and was more at home in long-forgotten cellars and lore before Schloss Eggenberg revived it for the ever-since fawning masses. Brewed only once a year on December 6th, Samichlaus is aged for a full 10 months before bottling. Aroma and palate match step-for-step with light malty notes of vanilla, toffee, chocolate, oak – suggesting matured brandy in its character. At 14% ABV, this gem can be cellared for years to come, allowing its forceful flavor to grow in nuance and subtlety.
Flavor/Aromatic Profile: Fig, Vanilla, Toffee, Oak, Sherry
Pairings: Roquefort, Roast Meats, Chocolate Truffles