A few beers from the diplomats

Beers brewed in Switzerland are made in a very similar manner to those made in Germany. These beers are made primarily with water, hops, malt, and yeast. The thumbnail photomicrographs below provide links to the Swiss beers in our collection.


Lowenbrau Zurich - Choice hops, barley malts, yeast, and water make up the classic ingredients used in brewing Lowenbrau Zurich, a lager rich in both flavor and tradition.

Samichlaus Bier - This rare Swiss beer is brewed only once a year, ages for eleven months, and is bottled for distribution by Brauerei Hurlimann AG in Zurich.

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