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Must stop if you love beer and are visiting this quaint Swiss town. The audio tour is great and fun, and the video is hilarious. The selection of beer is fantastic, and the whisky options an added treat (who knew they even made whisky!) I...More
We stopped in specifically to get a set of coaster, but ended up staying an hour, tasting beer and whiskey and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. There is a huge variety of artisan beers and whiskey and the staff were very nice and friendly. We did the...More
Located in the lovely village of Appenzell, this quaint, colorful, traditional family business offers a vast array of beers. Brewery Locher today is locally active in producing various specialty beers.Since our tour group did not have much time to spend in Appenzell, we were not...More
The Quoll Frisch Appenzeller Beer - One of the Best refreshing and traditional Beers available in Switzerland. Listen to the exiting story of the Beer making process - its a great learning curve - you will love it...
Very professional and efficient associates attend to...More
It has been very interesting to wander around with a the head set on and listening to the story of brewing beer. You can also watch a film about the Appenzeller beer. Also how they got into distilling Whisky. There is a beautiful, lovely small...More
You get a first hand look into how the beer is made, the history of beer-making, the intricacies of the art and craft and then, top it all off with a taste of the real thing! Now that's an experience worth drinking to!
The Brauerei (beer museum) is very informative and entertaining. I find if you do the short film first it makes the tour around more enjoyable and you will understand more. The attraction if free but if you want to purchase Appenzeller Bier merchandise or beer...More
A small insight to the actually brewery itself, but the museum part is very interesting and informative, from how they make it to all the history behind it!
There are lots of different beers and also a small range of whisky's (which you can also...More