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Brewed in Grafenhausen in the southern Black Forest, Rothaus Pils Tannenzäpfle has been around for over 60 years.
A clean (and gluten free) pilsner that’s everything you’d expect from German style of beer.
The label depicts the spruce-fir pinecone branches of the forest and these pinecones are what this beer is named after, Tannenzäpfle.
The Tannenzäpfle was the first Rothaus beer to emerge with a label depicting “Biergit”, the Black Forest girl holding two glasses of beer. Today, “Biergit” is the defining symbol for all beers made by the Rothaus Brewery.
About the brewery
Rothaus Brewery is the most well known regional brewery in the Black Forest, and one of the most modern in Germany. Since its foundation in 1791 by the nearby Benedictine monastery St. Blasien, this historical site in the middle of the Black Forest has been creating high quality beers that are valued by connoisseurs across the country. Rothaus produces a range of beer from the 60-year-old recipe Pils Tannenzäpfle to alcohol free varieties, all with labels depicting “Biergit”, the Black Forest girl holding two glasses of beer. Today, Biergit is the defining symbol for all beers made by the Rothaus Brewery.