The Staatliches Hofbräuhaus in München (lit. state court-brewery in Munich, also Hofbräu München) is a brewery in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, owned by the state government. The Hof (translated as court) comes from the brewery's history as a royal brewery in the Kingdom of Bavaria.
The brewery operates the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, the Hofbräukeller, ...
Over 110 years old, and long since the days of being a brewhouse, Jackson Brewery has endured as a great landmark in the City of New Orleans. The Brewery was the largest independent brewery in the south and the tenth largest single-plant brewery in the country. Today the building is no longer a brewery, but the view is still intoxicating.
Drop into the monumental Jackson Brewery for a t...
The Staatliches Hofbraeuhaus Muenchen is a brewery in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, owned by the state government.
The brewery operates the Hofbraeuhaus am Platzl, the Hofbraeukeller, and the second largest tent at the Oktoberfest (Hofbraeu-Festzelt). The beer is named Hofbraeu. Of course, it is the only beer served in their gastronomies.
Weihenstephan is part of the city of Freising (48,500 inhabitants) north of Munich/Germany.
Weihenstephan is known for its Benedictine abbey, founded 725, which established the allegedly oldest brewery in the world still in operation today. The brewery is now known as Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan (i.e. it is owned by the State of Bavaria).
Once home of the World Famous 'Newcastle Brown Ale' and other fine beers it is now brewed at Duston Brewery Duston Gateshead (see Duston Brewery) http://www.newcastlebrown.com/ http://www.scottish-newcastle.com/sn/
Arthur Guinness Son & Co., founded 1756, produces a dark stout beer (a type of porter), known widely as Guinness. The first use of the word stout about beer was the Stout-Porter brewed by Guinness of Ireland in 1820, although Guinness had been brewing porters and ales since 1759, initially in Leixlip, but later at the St. James's Gate Brewery, Dublin, Ireland since 1759, when Arthur Guinnes...