Stiegl-Gut Wildshut is located in St. Pantaleon, about 35 km north of Salzburg. It is Austria's first beer estate, dedicated to a circular economy and a member of the Slow Food Association. The Kramerladen is an organic restaurant with a fine selection of dishes served either inside the dining room or out on the terrace. They only incorporate organic foodstuffs, cultivated either right there on their own farm or from selected local partners.
On selected dates, the restaurant offers their popular "Wildshut Timeout," a brunch where everything the organic farm, brewery, and bread oven have to offer is served up: wood-fired bread, jams, organic honey, and various delicacies from the beer estate. Guests are able to enjoy hot and cold dishes served in 5 courses. Hot beverages and companion Wildshut organic beers are likewise included.
Does the Kramerladen also sell products “to go”?
Yes. The nostalgic "Kramerladen" also functions as a traditional shop. And in fact, many of the delicacies from the menu can be taken home to enjoy there: including, of course, all the beers from their extensive selection as well as Wildshut distilled spirits, and various other food items.
Does Stiegl-Gut Wildshut offer guided tours?
Yes. Stiegl-Gut Wildshut has created its own guided pathways for its guests. Accompanied by the knowledgeable beer-estate guides or beer sommeliers, you have the opportunity to dive deeper into the fascinating world of beer brewing and learn more about Stiegl's beer expertise, culinary diversity, and sustainable approaches to agriculture – depending on the focus which you would like to set.
Can you stay overnight at Stiegl-Gut Wildshut?
Yes. The beer estate also has a guesthouse with beautiful guest rooms for you to relax and unwind completely.