Hofbräu Kaltenhausen

Kaltenhausen near Salzburg

Brewing under an auspicious star. Brewing has a long tradition in Austria. An early testimony to this fact is the laying of the foundation stone of the so-called "Kalte Bräuhaus", the brewery in Kaltenhausen, in the year 1475. In the year 2010 the brewery decided to establish a meeting place for beer culture in Kaltenhausen. A tender was put out for a 20-hl state-of-the-art speciality brewery featuring a high degree of flexibility and efficiency. After close examination of the bids Caspary was commissioned to realise the brewery by the summer of 2011. Since then Kaltenhausen has not only been renowned for its standard beers (Original & Keller Bier), but also for its special beers such Maroni, Cafe, Riesling and many more. Due to the high demand the brewery was expanded by Caspary in 2015. Many different seminars are also held here in addition to the brewery, these include training courses for beer sommeliers, for example.

Scope of performance.

  • 6.000 hl yearly capacity
  • fully automated brewery
  • copper version
  • turn Key - with mounting, commissioning & first brew together

Contact address

Hofbräu Kaltenhausen | Treffpunkt der Bierkultur | Salzburgerstraße 67 | 5400 Hallein bei Salzburg | Austria | Tel.: +43 -6245795-5267

Dr. Seeleitner Graduate Engineer


In 2011 our "Spezialitäten Manufaktur Hofbräu Kaltenhausen", comprising a 20-hl-brewhouse, 8 tanks of between 20 and 40 hl net and all necessary supply equipment, was installed and put into operation by the company Caspary. It is now too small for us. That we intend to commission Caspary with the necessary expansion is not least the result of the trust we have in Caspary, which has continued to strengthen our cooperation right from the very beginning. Flexibility, fast, uncomplicated and especially competent support when needed are qualities that I as a brewmaster have experienced personally in my Zipfer Brewery - where capacity is over 1 million hectolitres a year.We are looking forward to this exceptionally beneficial cooperation.