Starting out as a small hobby brewery in mother Vroni’s kitchen, the microbrewery Braumanufaktur Hertl is now known as “Franconia’s smallest and hottest brewery”. Franconia is the Northern part of Bavaria, Germany: Full of airy fields, where hop and wheat swing in the German sun. David Hertl, who stands behind the innovative brewery, is a passionate brewmaster, coming from one of the villages in the area. Once discovered by Michelin-starred chef Alexander Herrmann, the German is constantly expanding his beer selection to include unusual drinks such as Hopfen Gin or Braumeister Rum. But the bestsellers, almost always sold out, are the classics, such as “Mutti’s Sonnenschein” (Mum’s Sunshine) or “Opa’s Liebling” (Grandpa’s Favorite) – behind them are the personalities who, together with David Hertl, run the family business in cute, little Schlüsselfeld, Bavaria.
The colourful bottles with the friendly faces of his loved ones leave Bavaria with the help of Saloodo! on semi-trailers mainly to Germany, but also to France and England. The one or other pallet ends up regularly in Hamburg Elbphilharmonie, where guests can enjoy the beers and the gin. The delicious beer of the Hertl family can also be found on the drinks’ menu in celebrity chef Alexander Herrmann’s restaurant.
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