The beer makes the party. At least that's what they say in Franconia. Bernd Bergmann's friends had thought of this before and without further ado appointed Bernd as beer representative. Beer? Worried Bernd. He knew about barley juice even before he founded his own brewery and never disappointed his friends with his choice of drinks. Even if he sometimes preferred to drink mead than beer.
For a long time, organic was not a word that you had to look for on a beer label. After reading one or the other brewer's bible, Bernd was horrified to discover that there is a lot more to beer than just water, malt, yeast and hops. Namely chemistry. And the brewery team banned them from their brewery right from the start. The organic revolution begins with the careful selection of ingredients: At the Bergmann brewery, certified raw materials with the Bioland seal are put into the kettle and processed there with the greatest possible care. Industrial filtration, artificial preservation and stabilization are not used. The result is a beer that impresses with its excellent quality and a full-bodied variety of flavors. Bio on the beer label? Yes, please!