Master brewer with brewing kettle

For generations

Brewing beer starts with soil

As a 525-year-old private company, we at Stiegl think in generations and probably have sustainability written in our DNA. Good investments always pay a good return. And that applies just as much to creative, open-minded and responsible actions in the fields of ecology and social welfare. Sustainability has been on our agenda for a number of generations, yet the subject of continuous improvement in this area is as topical as ever before. True to our goal of treating resources sparingly in all we do, we practice the principles of circular economy and demonstrate at the Stiegl Farm in Wildshut how things can be done differently or better. We are open towards new technology and successfully manage to find the perfect balance between tradition and modernity. Resource preservation, fair working conditions, protection of natural diversity, high-quality regional production. These components are the decisive driving factors behind the sustainability of any enterprise. As a private Austrian brewer, I do not consider sustainability as a burden or an obligation I must fulfil. After all, good investments always pay a good return. And that applies just as much to creative, open-minded and responsible actions in the fields of ecology and social welfare.

Sustainability has been on Stiegl’s agenda for a number of generations, yet the subject of continuous improvement in this area is as topical as ever before. That is why we have scrutinised Stiegl’s value-adding chain and the analysis of our most important sustainability issues.

You can find the most important facts and figures in our video “VIELFALT” (DIVERSITY).