1328. This number does not adorn the emblem of the Augustiner-Bräu Wagner KG for no reason: in 1328 the Augustinian monks began to brew beer in their Augustinian monastery near the cathedral in Munich. For nearly 500 years, the friars brewed their Augustinian beer directly in the monastery - and sold it in the monastery tavern, which is popular with the people of Munich. In recognition of the extraordinary quality of the Augustinian beer, the sovereign liberated the monastery brewery from all taxes. Of course, the tax exemption is a thing of the past. Also, Augustiner beer is no longer brewed by monks in the Order's cap, but by Augusteiner's experienced master brewers with selected raw materials from the region.
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