Basically, the products by Alexander Himburg see themselves as a total work of art. Actually, the name of his beer label Himburgs Braukunstkeller says it all. While the slow food movement is currently spreading among German chefs, the native of Berlin is concentrating on the accompanying “slow beer”. Usually this term does not (yet) exist. But if it should exist in the near future, then the train of thought is directed towards Himburg's brewery art cellar. Each of its beers is brewed with only the highest quality ingredients using numerous types of hops. It is not without reason that his friends call him the "Hop Pope". It is logical that Himburg's passion for hops can be found in each of its five elementary beer styles (Bavarian, Amarsi, Mandarina, Laguna and Pale Ale). Of course, each of these works of art complies with the German Purity Law. Almost as natural as the beers from Himburgs Braukunstkeller have meanwhile established themselves on the national beer market.