Stiegl Tin Sign "Radler"

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Get the Stiegl Radler look for your home!

This Stiegl Radler metal sign gets its unique aesthetic from its high quality embossing and curved form which make every sign an extra special collector’s item.

Tin Sign "Stiegl Radler"

This sign, made of extra-thick tinplate and with a high-quality motif embossing is an eye catcher for every cellar bar, every party room or each "man-cave".
Hang a piece of "brewing ART on the highest level" on your wall as decoration.

Product Information - Tin Sign "Stiegl Radler"

size: 20 x 30 cm
colour: white
motive embossing and four-colour printing, burnt-in and with corrosion-resistant coating
material: tinplate
details: - folded edges
- four mounting holes
The Stiegl-Experience

“Today I bake, tomorrow I brew,
The day after that the queen's child comes in.” (Grimm's Fairy Tales - Rumpelstiltskin)

Beer has been enjoyed for hundreds of years. But did you know that for a long time, brewing was naturally done by women?

The production of beer was once a normal household activity - just like baking, cooking or washing. Therefore it was natural for women to stand at the brewing kettle.
It was not until the Late Middle Ages that the profession of the beer brewer developed into a male domain.
Today the brewing at the Stiegl Brewery is also in the hand of men. Our master brewers make sure that your favourite Stiegl beer always tastes as good as it always has!


For 525 years, the privately owned Stiegl Brewery stood for "the art of brewing at the top of the steps/at its highest level" ("Braukunst auf höchster Stufe").
In Salzburg we not only indulge the palates of beer lovers, but also offer an unforgettable experience for all senses. In the largest brewery museum in Austria, you will not only experience the long history of beer and the Stiegl brewery.

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