Stiegl Craft Beer - Zölibat

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Age rating: 16 Years
Price per liter: 9,20 EUR/l
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Right on time for the beginning of Lent it is back: Stiegl Craft Beer Zölibat.

Zölibatis a Belgian Triple, a beer style that originated at the Westmalle Trappist Brewery, where it was first brewed in 1934. In the fragrance, a finely balanced combination of fruit and spice notes is perceptible. An extraordinary specialty that can be treacherous due to its high alcohol content and good drinkability.
Bottle 0.75 l

Available from March1st to April 30th 2019,
After that: as long as stocks last!

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Beverages can only be sent to postal addresses in Austria.
This Beer is only available in Austria
The heart of the Stiegl-"Hausbrauerei" beats in the ancient vaulted basements of our old-brewery building. In two small copper kettles, strictly limited quantities of beer are brewed by hand, which are subsequently partially matured in barrels in our aging cellar.
This is our tribute to the ancient art of brewing, which we still celebrate until this day. The creativity of our brew masters is given free rein, and the results are our Stiegl Craft Beers. 
These beers are unparalleled and look for a resembling in their field. Stiegl Craft Beers stand for the highest level of brewing culture, for individuality and diversity.

Stiegl Craft Beer ZÖLIBAT

Our creative head brewer describes our Stiegl Craft Beer Zölibat as follows:
This traditional stout shines in bright amber and produces lush foam mountains. The fragrance is a finely balanced combination of fruit and spice notes. On the palate, the pleasant splash intensifies the complex taste sensations and refreshes the massive body. In the dry, though alcoholic descent, the versatile and varied aromas slip away again - quite gently and without haste.

The Stiegl Craft Beer Zölibat is available from March 1st until April 30th 2019.
After that: as long as stocks last!


Product information - Stiegl Craft Beer Zölibat

style: Spezialbier (Strong beer, Belgian Triple)
fermentation: top fermented
gravity: 18°P
ABV: 8.2%vol.
ingredients: water, BIO-barley malt, BIO-caramel syrup, BIO-hops, yeast
ideal drinking temperature: 8-10°C ( 47-50°F)
ideal glass ware: Stiegl Craft Beer Glass or Stiegl-Straight up Glass
culinary matching: roasted duck, juicy steaks, saddle of lamb, Kaiserschmarren, strong cheese

0.75l disposable bottle.

All ingredients marked with "BIO" have the organic control point code AT-BIO-501. This means that they are certified organic by the control centre Salzburger Landwirtschaftlichen Kontroll GesmbH (SLK).
You can find more information on the organic certificates of Stiegl at


  All of our beers and brewed beverages (e.g. lemonade) contain gluten and gluten based products.

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The Stiegl-Experience

“Beer is a truly divine medicine.” (Paracelsus)

Beer has been enjoyed hundreds of years ago. But did you know that beer has been one of the few "safe" foods for a long time?

Up to the early Modern Period, clean drinking water was the exception rather than the rule. Very often epidemics were caused by polluted water. Since beer is boiled during the brewing process, bacteria from the water are killed. In addition to that, beer contains hops and alcohol. Both of which have germ-inhibiting properties. Thus, beer was a safe drink in early times. It is also very nutritious and contains a number of vitamins and minerals. So it was not only Saint Hildegard of Bingen but also Salzburg's doctor and mystic Paracelsus, who underlined the high value of beer.
Up until today, our brew masters take good care of this fact, so your Stiegl beer is a truly divine drink.


In addition to brewing the classic Stiegl range, our master brewers also have the opportunity to live out their creative veins and produce modern and unusual beer styles - often referred to as "craft beer". Besides Columbus 1492 Pale Ale, the result are the annual, limited-edition "Sonnenkönig" beers, as well as the regularly changing Stiegl Craft Beers.

If you want to get an insight into the beer brewing process, you can visit our brewers.
On you find all important information for your visit. We look forward to welcome you.
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