The highlight of the Rathaus Brauerei has to be its popular self-brewed beer, which is made using choice ingredients and accompanies typical hearty fare.
The Rathaus beer adheres to the so-called German Beer Purity Law of 1516 and is brewed using Pilatus spring water stemming from the oldest complex of springs Lucerne City has to offer. With a wealth of experience, patience and passion.
Head brewer Reinhard Knispel is in charge of the zesty beer compositions. They flow through a 70-metre long pipeline in the Old Town to the maturation and lagering cellar in Eisengasse, then another 70 metres to the Stadtkeller.
The beers accompany traditional dishes and sausage specialities made to local recipes by Lucerne butchers.
|Location||Lucerne old town|
|Type of cuisine||Swiss|
|Services||Bar, Hot meals all day, Dogs allowed, Child-friendly, Credit cards accepted, Terrace/garden, Hot meals served after 10 p.m.|