A look behind the scenes at our brewery


The Warsteiner bre­we­ry in the Wald­park, one of the most con­tem­pora­ry bre­we­ries in Euro­pe, was, right from the begin­ning, deli­ber­ate­ly desi­gned as a visi­tor-friend­ly bre­we­ry. After all, anyo­ne who takes so much care with brewing a pre­mi­um class Pils­ner is qui­te hap­py to let you look over their shoulder.

The Warsteiner World is our visi­tor cent­re. Here, you can learn ever­ything about our com­pa­ny and our pro­ducts – in addi­ti­on, it is the star­ting point of our visi­tor rail­way. From here, you can explo­re our bre­we­ry! Our mul­ti­lin­gu­al bre­we­ry tour, which takes about 1.5 hours, is offe­red in Ger­man, Eng­lish and Dutch.

This is what awaits you on our Brewery Tour

Expe­ri­ence the ori­gins of the Warsteiner bre­we­ry. With over 200 exhi­bits, our brand exhi­bi­ti­on shows high­lights from more than 250 years of brand histo­ry. Old bar­rels, glas­ses and bot­t­les, labels and adver­ti­sing motifs tell of our ear­ly begin­nings and suc­ces­ses of today.
Befo­re you visit the bre­we­ry its­elf, take a seat in the ‘Rota­ri­um’ muse­um cine­ma, our 360° mul­ti­me­dia theat­re. The spe­cial thing about it is the elec­tro­ni­cal­ly-con­trol­led revol­ving plat­form which moves the audi­ence direct­ly to the cur­rent sce­nes, so that you are always right at the heart of the action and are inte­gra­ted into the sto­ry. You can find out ever­ything about us and our over 265 years of brewing tradition.
After the pre­sen­ta­ti­on, you will then take the train across our com­pa­ny pre­mi­ses which covers an area of about 63 foot­ball pit­ches! You will be taken through our Sud­haus and past the fer­men­ta­ti­on tanks; you will see the bott­ling pro­cess, and find out how our beer is trans­por­ted by rail – we actual­ly have our own rail­way siding. A modern on-board infor­ma­ti­on sys­tem exp­lains ever­ything you could want to know in words and pic­tures on lar­ge, flat screens. Plea­se note that our fil­ling sys­tems some­ti­mes have to under­go main­ten­an­ce and may be clea­ned during nor­mal working hours, and are also not in ope­ra­ti­on on wee­kends and public holidays.
After the bre­we­ry tour is befo­re the ‘pro­duct tes­ting’! At the end, free drinks from the Warsteiner port­fo­lio are offe­red – our com­ple­te pro­duct ran­ge is wai­t­ing for you to dis­co­ver it free-of-char­ge for up to two hours! In addi­ti­on to the drinks, the­re is a deli­cious Sauer­land pota­to stew for you to enjoy.
A visit to our shop is always worth it. Here, you will find sou­ve­nirs and spe­cia­li­ties rela­ting to the Warsteiner bre­we­ry. You can also enter the shop without a boo­ked bre­we­ry tour.

Brand world

Expe­ri­ence the ori­gins of the Warsteiner bre­we­ry. With over 200 exhi­bits, our brand exhi­bi­ti­on shows high­lights from more than 250 years of brand histo­ry. Old bar­rels, glas­ses and bot­t­les, labels and adver­ti­sing motifs tell of our ear­ly begin­nings and suc­ces­ses of today.

360°-Multimedia-Theatre

Befo­re you visit the bre­we­ry its­elf, take a seat in the ‘Rota­ri­um’ muse­um cine­ma, our 360° mul­ti­me­dia theat­re. The spe­cial thing about it is the elec­tro­ni­cal­ly-con­trol­led revol­ving plat­form which moves the audi­ence direct­ly to the cur­rent sce­nes, so that you are always right at the heart of the action and are inte­gra­ted into the sto­ry. You can find out ever­ything about us and our over 265 years of brewing tradition.

Brewery Tour with a visitor Railway

After the pre­sen­ta­ti­on, you will then take the train across our com­pa­ny pre­mi­ses which covers an area of about 63 foot­ball pit­ches! You will be taken through our Sud­haus and past the fer­men­ta­ti­on tanks; you will see the bott­ling pro­cess, and find out how our beer is trans­por­ted by rail – we actual­ly have our own rail­way siding. A modern on-board infor­ma­ti­on sys­tem exp­lains ever­ything you could want to know in words and pic­tures on lar­ge, flat screens. Plea­se note that our fil­ling sys­tems some­ti­mes have to under­go main­ten­an­ce and may be clea­ned during nor­mal working hours, and are also not in ope­ra­ti­on on wee­kends and public holidays.

Product Tastings

After the bre­we­ry tour is befo­re the ‘pro­duct tes­ting’! At the end, free drinks from the Warsteiner port­fo­lio are offe­red – our com­ple­te pro­duct ran­ge is wai­t­ing for you to dis­co­ver it free-of-char­ge for up to two hours! In addi­ti­on to the drinks, the­re is a deli­cious Sauer­land pota­to stew for you to enjoy.

Shop

A visit to our shop is always worth it. Here, you will find sou­ve­nirs and spe­cia­li­ties rela­ting to the Warsteiner bre­we­ry. You can also enter the shop without a boo­ked bre­we­ry tour.

Book your brewery tour

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Times

Opening hours visitor centre

Only exhi­bi­ti­on and shop: Wed­nes­day to Satur­day: 10 am — 2 pm, and during our tour hours; clo­sed Sunday to Wed­nes­day and public holidays.

Brewery tours

Plea­se refer to our boo­king calen­dar for the avail­ab­le dates and book them exclu­si­ve­ly online. If you have any ques­ti­ons, plea­se feel free to con­ta­ct us.

Prices

Pri­ce per per­son: 23,50 €
Child­ren (6 — 15 years): 10,50 €
Infants (0 — 5 years): free

WIM-Special

During the Warsteiner Inter­na­tio­nal Mont­gol­fia­de, the tours take place at spe­cial times and con­di­ti­ons: The visit to the Brand World, the 360° mul­ti­me­dia theat­re, the bre­we­ry tour with visi­tor train and 2 drinks from the Warsteiner portfolio.

Pri­ce per per­son: 14 €
Infants (0 — 5 years): free of charge

Organizational notes

Important notes:

Covid-19

We regu­lar­ly update our tour offer with regard to our tour times and group sizes in accordance with the legal­ly valid Coro­na guidelines.

The mask requi­re­ment has been lifted. Howe­ver, for your own pro­tec­tion and that of other guests, we still recom­mend that you wear medi­cal mouth and nose pro­tec­tion in our rooms.

Plea­se fol­low the cur­rent rules on hand hygie­ne and pay atten­ti­on to cough and snee­ze eti­quet­te. If you have sym­ptoms of ill­ness such as cough, cold or fever, plea­se post­po­ne your visit.

Possible restrictions

Plea­se note that our fil­ling lines some­ti­mes requi­re main­ten­an­ce and clea­ning during nor­mal working hours and are also not in ope­ra­ti­on on wee­kends and holidays.

Youth protection measures

No dis­tri­bu­ti­on of alco­ho­lic bever­a­ges to child­ren and ado­lescents accord­ing to the Youth Pro­tec­tion Act.

Frequently asked questions:

Can I bring pets?

Unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly, pets can­not join the bre­we­ry tour.

Can I bring food and drinks?

Brin­ging your own food and drinks is not allowed.

When is the store open?

Our store is open from Thurs­day to Satur­day from 10 am to 2 pm, as well as during tour times.

Can I cancel my ticket?

In princip­le, the­re is no right to return the tickets. In the case of ser­vices in the area of leisu­re acti­vi­ties with a fixed per­for­mance date or a fixed per­for­mance peri­od, the­re is no right of with­dra­wal or return. Every order is bin­ding with the con­clu­si­on of the con­tract and obli­ga­tes to payment.

In case of can­cel­la­ti­on or post­po­ne­ment of the boo­ked tour date from our side, we will can­cel the ticket free of char­ge or issue you a cor­re­spon­ding vou­cher, which can be redeemed at a later date.

Meeting place

Warsteiner Welt
Zu Hau­se im Waldpark
59581 Warstein

Par­king is free of char­ge for visi­tors to the Warsteiner World. You can char­ge your electric vehi­cle at our ‘e‑tap’. Natu­ral­ly, all our are­as are desi­gned to be acces­si­ble for everyone.

Contact Details

Tel.: +49 2902 885001
Only avail­ab­le Wed­nes­day to Satur­day from 10 am — 2 pm.
E‑Mail: visit@warsteiner.com

Convince yourself

The Warsteiner Welt was awar­ded the Tra­vel­lers’ Choice Award 2020.
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