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Slow Brewing

A passion for goodness

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Outstanding taste with a good conscience. The coveted Slow Brewing seal of quality is only awarded to specialty beers with these characteristics.

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All Slow Brewing members have one thing in common: a shared passion for goodness. They act on the conviction that beer lovers want more than a uniform taste, but instead appreciate authentic beers from outstanding breweries that stand for integrity.

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Dr. Gresser

Sustainable or, perhaps better, future-oriented management, fair, conscious action along the entire value chain and a living human-oriented corporate culture - that is the self-image of a Slow Brewer.

Dr. August Gresser

The association for outstanding beer quality

In addition to using the purest natural raw materials, it is the slow and gentle brewing method of Slow Brewing that is the key to creating the rounded mature taste of Slow Brewing beers. Slow Brewers give their excellent beer specialities the ideal time to mature. They also deliberately refrain from diluting the finished beer afterwards. Diluted or High Gravity beers have a different aroma profile because of the water that is added to the wort (unfermented beer) – making this widely used process a no-go for Slow Brewing members.

To ensure that award-winning beers can be enjoyed with a clear conscience, Slow Brewing goes beyond rigorous quality checks. As well as a monthly beer inspection, the quality of the breweries that produce them is also assessed annually. Slow Brewing only certifies companies that act fairly, consciously and sustainably in all key areas of their value chain. This holistic approach makes Slow Brewing the most consistent seal of quality on the international beer market.

Public Relations & Online Marketing for Slow Brewing

We support Slow Brewing in its communication work. Our focus is on press relations and social media campaigns.

Ute Watzlawick von Wine+Partners
Ute Watzlawick
Owner & Senior Project Manager

After earning a degree in public relations, Ute first worked as a journalist before coming to Wine&Partners in 2000 to assume responsibility for planning and execution of projects. Ute is currently responsible for Penfolds, WienWein, Kellerei Tramin, CulturBrauer, Gault&Millau and Mayer am Pfarrplatz.

About Slow Brewing

All Slow Brewing members have one thing in common: they share a passion for goodness. In addition to the use of pure, natural raw materials, it is the slow and gentle brewing method of Slow Brewing that has a significant effect on the particularly round and mature taste of Slow Brewing beers. Slow Brewing therefore only certifies companies that act fairly, consciously and sustainably in all key areas of their value chain. This holistic approach makes Slow Brewing the most consistent seal of quality on the international beer market.

Slow Brewing

Stieglbräugasse 18

D-85354 Freising

Germany

Slow Brewing