The brewhouse, supplied by the German company Kaspar-Schulz, produces 10 hectolitres of wort at a time to make beer, which is then fermented and matured over several weeks in distinctive tanks located in the Hanseatic Hall. All beers made at Piwnica Świdnicka are unpasteurised and unfiltered, and we use the highest quality raw materials.
A Bavarian classic, a wheat Hefeweizen beer. Refreshing, naturally cloudy, with a creamy texture and characteristic aromas of cloves and banana. Gently fruity character and an almost complete lack of bitterness, pairs well with fish, seafood, pasta and salads.
Extrakt: 12,5 Blog | Alkohol: 5,5%
A classic pilsner – a light, golden bottom-fermented beer. Light, dry and sessionable, with well-defined bitterness and a clean, malty profile. Versatile in combination with dishes, especially recommended with schnitzel, pork knuckle and flour dishes.
Extrakt: 12,0 Blog | Alkohol: 5,0%
A crisp and bitter pale ale hopped with 100% Polish Oktawia hops. Gently fruity aromas typical of top-fermented beers are balanced by bread and biscuit notes typical of pale ale malt. Excellent with fish and chips, burger and steak.
Extrakt: 13,0 Blog | Alkohol: 5,5%
A dark Munich-type lager with rich aromas of coffee, cocoa and dark bread. On the taste, malt and caramel notes are balanced by a pleasant bitterness. Very drinkable, recommended with red meats, mushroom dishes, cold meats and chocolate-based desserts.
Extrakt: 13,5 Blog | Alkohol: 5,5%
A strong top-fermented beer of British origin – the prototype of the ubiquitous contemporary IPA. Hopped exclusively with English hops with aromas of herbs and tobacco, with a pronounced fruity accent typical of top-fermenting yeasts
Pairs perfectly with lamb, fish, duck and cheese.
Extrakt: 15,0 Blog | Alkohol: 6,5%
In addition to the five standards brewed throughout the year, you will also find beers on offer seasonal, changing every few months. Ask the staff what special
we can offer you today!
Brewery in numbers
Breaking out the brewhouse
malt for each brew
one brewing cycle
types of beer
How it works.
You purchase a card to use the beer wall at the bar or from a waiter. You charge it with any amount. From then on, the card is ready for use.After inserting the card into the reader, you can pour beer, and the monitor displays the amount poured, and the current balance of money in your account.