[Translate to English:] Rotes Bier im tiefen Kellern

Red Beer in Deep Cellars

Nuremberg's rock-cut cellars – early brewing tradition

As early as in the year 1303, the council of the city of Nuremberg passed a „Reinheitsgebot“ requiring that only barley malt may be used for brewing. This „purity law“ marks the beginning of Nuremberg's beer history as it is still known to us. Ever since then, the brewing of beer is part of the city's history – be it in good or bad times.

Thus, homemade beer is the big theme at the start of this tour through the rock-cut cellars beneath Nuremberg. It ends – you bet – with a beertasting and a visit in the craft brewery "Hausbrauerei Altstadthof".

INFORMATIONS

  • Every day at 5:30 p.m.
  • Every Friday at  5:45 /6:00 p.m.
  • Every Saturday at 5:45/6.00/6:15  p.m. 
  • 11,50 € including beertasting: red beer and lager beer brewn by the craft brewery (1 x 0,2 ltr Red 1 x 0,1 Light lager), reduced admission for children under the age of 16: 8,50 €
  • Free admission for children under the age of 6 when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian (no beertasting)
  • Group tour on demand: 120 € plus Beertasting
  • Free admission for owners of the “Nürnberg-Card“, plus 3 € for the beertasting
  • Audioguide: English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Russia, Portugese,

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Directions

Here you will find the historic rock-cut

The historical rock-cut cellars are centrally located in Nuremberg and therefore easy to reach by public transport. Just drive to tram stop Tiergärtnertor and from there, is just a 250 meter walk to the official entrance.