Erdinger Weissbräu Brewery


Werner Brombach GmbH
1-20 Franz-Brombach-Strasse

Status: Operational

Established: Not supplied

Visitor Policy: Not generally accessible

Tel: Not supplied

Erdinger is the world's largest wheat beer brewery making a wide range of traditional specialty wheat beers from Erding, Bavaria. The brewery's origins date back to 1886 and after numerous changes in ownership, the General Manager at the time, Franz Brombach, bought the brewery in 1935 and re-named it Erdinger Weissbräu on 27th December 1949. In 1965, Franz Brombach's son, Werner Brombach, entered the family business and took over the running of what remains a privately owned brewery in 1975.

Erdinger weissbier has an output of over 1.45 million hl, employs some 400 people and is the German and international leader for weissbier (wheat beer).