The historic Paracelsusstube restaurant is located at Stiegl Brauwelt in Salzburg, an interactive world of beer inside Salzburg's largest private brewery with a museum, production halls, three restaurants, and the Brew Shop. In the elegant Paracelsusstube, guests are treated to the best nature and the seasons have to offer, including several rare delicacies. Typically Austrian cuisine is served, created according to the "Nose to Tail" philosophy. The aromatic herbs used in the dishes come from Stiegl Brauwelt's own garden, and many of the premium ingredients, such as the Pinzgau beef, are supplied by the brewery's own organic farm, Stiegl-Gut Wildshut.
As befits a "genuine" brewery inn, certified beer sommeliers, with knowledge and passion, introduce you to the diverse world of beer and recommend the best beers to pair with your selected dishes. If you wish, before your visit you can also order the beer tasting menu at the restaurant.
Does the Paracelsusstube also serve wine?
Yes. In the Paracelsusstube restaurant, you can not only choose from a range of beers but also, of course, select fine vintages off the wine list.
When is the Paracelsusstube open?
The Paracelsusstube restaurant is open daily from 10 am to midnight (hot food served from 11 am to 10 pm).
What is the Stiegl-Gut Wildshut?
Stiegl-Gut Wildshut in St. Pantaleon is located about 35 km north of Salzburg in Upper Austria. It is Austria's first beer estate, where the "field to glass" cycle is brought to life. It serves as a think tank on the subject of beer, with a commitment to soil health and biodiversity. The farm, which has been run according to organic principles since 1994, comprises fields of ancient grain varieties and aromatic hops. Additionally, you will encounter Pinzgau cattle, Mangalitza pigs, bees, mountain sheep, chickens, spotted vineyard snails, a vegetable garden, a herb garden, and the “Mother's Day Meadow”. Meanwhile, the Kramerladen and comfy guest rooms at Stiegl-Gut Wildshut invite you to enjoy, linger, and even stay overnight.