Events at the
Wildshut Stiegl estate
Whether it is a Wildshut Timeout, a delicious brunch served every last Sunday of the month, our concert picnic with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Salzburg, or our brewery workshop – the Wildshut Stiegl estate offers a variety of opportunities for unique experiences & moments of enjoyment. Below is a brief overview of our events in the coming weeks.
Bread baking seminar
11. June 2021, 10:00 - 11. June 2021, 16:00
Bread and beer have always had a close relationship and it is still not clear which delicacy was discovered first.
Wildshut Brewing Workshop
18. June 2021, 10:00 - 18. June 2021, 16:00
Stiegl-Gut Wildshut, Wildshut 8, 5120 St. Pantaleon
Celebrations & Conventions
Whether it is a seminar, a classic conference, or a gala evening – the Wildshut Stiegl estate with its unique ambience is the perfect place for extraordinary events. The seminar rooms as well as the “Moarhaus” home farm of the beer farm provide a perfect environment for events that are remembered. We would be happy to advise you personally on +43 6277 64141 or by e-mail email@example.com.
How Experiences Control our Genes
“We are not victims of our genes, but masters of our destiny,” is how Dr Bruce Lipton - the ‘Father of Epigenetics’, puts his core statement. Recently, this American scientist was a guest at the Wildshut estate and, as part of the “Wildshut Field Talk” event, had discussions with Professor Dr. Manuel Schabus - a renowned brain and sleep researcher, Professor Dr. Michaela Döll (TU Braunschweig) - a biologist and book author, and Professor Dr. Kurt Kortschal - an Austrian behavioural scientist.
Soil good. Beer good.
Start of a Soil Health Project to Benefit Our Grandchildren
For Heinrich Dieter and Alessandra Kiener, the owners of the Stiegl brewery (pictured), brewing beer starts with the soil. Just recently, they presented their long-term, innovative soil health project together with the farmers of the Zistersdorf producing community. https://www.stiegl.at/en/production/sustainability
Our Daily Bread
Grain at the Beginning of the History of Civilisation
Grain was at the very beginning of the history of civilization. The farmer sowed wheat, einkorn wheat, amelcorn, rye, spelt and barley and – if all went well – would bring in a good harvest. And so, since the times of the first civilisations bread has been people’s main source of food. At the same time beer was “discovered” as if by chance.
Brewing Beer Like in the Olden Times:
The “Stiegl Urbier”: Brewed in Large Clay Vessels as it was 5000 Years Ago
Our Wildshut estate is a very special place of balance, pleasure, knowledge and happiness. It stands for sustainable agriculture, hands-on circular economy, diversity and, above all, the joy of experimentation and moments of surprise. Wildshut is our think-tank when it comes to beer.
Diversity at the Farm Instead of Monoculture in the Mind
Can Circular Economy and Biodiversity Save our Nutrition?
The Wildshuter Field Talk was dedicated to the topic: “Diversity at the Farm instead of Monoculture in the Mind.” Can a different way of (farm) economy be a way out of resource-eating, intemperate food production? Or is it naïve to think that circular economy and biodiversity can feed the soon-to-be, 10 billion people worldwide? Who are the pioneers here in Austria? What role does the Wildshut estate play in solving this problem? And how is the “local food trend” implemented in kitchens and restaurants?
We are happy to show you what we mean by a circular economy! During an entertaining guided tour through our Wildshut Farm we will show you all the steps of brewing beer: from growing the grains to malting and roasting and, of course, the brewing of our Wildshut beer specialities. Of course, there is also a tasting of our Wildshut beers included.
Duration: about 1.5 hours/price: €16.50 (minimum 5 persons & maximum 18 persons).
Please note that guided tours must be booked 10 days in advance.