Brewed with fire & ice

A mighty ice bock which has its origin in our legendary Granitbock. First it gets caramellized with glowing hot granite stones, then fermented in 120-years-old stone vats and ultimately frozen out in a special freezing tank.

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A beer made just as it would have been for the very first Oktoberfest in Munich in 1810.

Prince Ludwig of Bavaria and Princess Therese of Saxony celebrated their marriage in the year 1810 in Munich.

Back then and today, beer has played a pivotal role in Munich’s annual Oktoberfest celebration, which takes place each September to commemorate the event. 



The jury of Gault& Millau awarded our legendary Granitbock as Beer of the Year 2021.

It is caramelized using red hot granite stones, before fermenting in 120-year-old stone vats. Robust malt aromas of caramel and dark chocolate abound.

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