How Rummelbräu became Darmstadt’s Braustüb’l

Darmstadt ⋅ For 175 years, everything has been done in the Darmstadt private brewery to serve customers a good and tasty beer. And that is exactly what will be celebrated on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a big courtyard party to mark the anniversary on the company premises on Goebelstrasse. Appropriately on the “Day of German Beer”, which is traditionally held on April 23 to commemorate the introduction of the German Purity Law. The guests, who are not required to enter, can not only look forward to a free beer each, as senior boss Wolfgang Koehler said on Thursday. Of course, there will also be an amber-colored anniversary beer and an anniversary brandy at the 175-year celebration.

Anyone who would like to know more about the history of the brewery, which was founded in 1847, is welcome to join one of the planned house tours, said Koehler, who attests to his predecessors – including the two founders Jakob and Johann Adam Rummel and his father Hellmut – an “unimaginable developmental achievement”. There are currently more than a dozen different Braustüb’l varieties to choose from, all of which together ensure that more than 70,000 hectoliters of beer can be delivered annually. As a medium-sized brewery with around 60 employees, which is run by his sons Christoph and Wolfgang Koehler junior in the sixth generation, the company stands for sustainability, regionality and responsibility: values ​​that are definitely valued more today.

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