Brasserie Salaisons Hotel - BeierHaascht

Brasserie Salaisons Hotel - BeierHaaschtBrasserie Salaisons Hotel - BeierHaascht
Brasserie Salaisons Hotel - BeierHaaschtBrasserie Salaisons Hotel - BeierHaascht
Brewery, Bar, Eatery

240, avenu de Luxembourg
Bascharage, 4940
Luxembourg

+352 26 50 85 50 | map
beierhaascht.lu

Notes:
BEER STATS
Average:
2.96
Beers:
1
Reviews:
2
Ratings:
4
PLACE STATS
Average:
3.44
Reviews:
3
Ratings:
4
pDev:
6.4%
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MI_beerdrinker from Texas

3.75/5  rDev +9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Nov 30, 2016
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Sorphus from Luxembourg

3.26/5  rDev -5.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.25 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

An indpendent brewery with hotel and restaurant a bit outside of Luxembourg city. But then again nothing is far from the center in this country.
Food is pretty good and fairly priced. The beers are properly done. Three main ones on and two seasonals (summer and winter). They offer a Dortmunder/Helles, an Amber and a Dunkel all unfiltered and unpasteurised.
Service is ok but is not really knowledgable about beer in general but can do their job.
The brewmaster happened to be there and that was a pretty nice lad!

Nothing overwhelming beer wise but definitely good tastey thirst quenchers at a fair price.

Aug 23, 2015
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Rifugium from North Dakota

3.2/5  rDev -7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 3.75 | selection: 2.75

I basically wanted to go here just so that I could say "I've had Luxembourgish beer in Luxembourg." About an hour's drive from Orval, this was the most reasonable place I could've gone to on this particular day, and with Arlon not too far away, it seemed a logical choice to kill some time.

So I guess this place is adjacent to or part of a hotel or something. There's a butcher shop on one side, and the restaurant/brewery is on the other, as you walk through the door. Pretty large and impressive layout inside, it seemed like a classy eatery. There is a small bar somewhat centrally located, so that's where I headed. The woman tending the bar only spoke French, but after asking a couple other people, there was in fact a fluent English speaker who took my drink order, and gave a knowledgeable explanation of the beers. On tap, there were a few simple options like Leffe and Hoegaarden, if I remember correctly, but I obviously opted for the house brews. There were three available, a wheat beer, a dunkelish brown ale, and an amber. Sampler flights came with four glasses, so I doubled up on the brown. The beers were okay, not great, and certainly nothing I'd get more than a sample of. They basically tasted like simple homebrew kits.

I didn't have any food, but I saw what other people ordered, and it all looked pretty impressive. Then I glanced at the prices on the chalk boards...oh boy, this place was pretty darn pricy. Even my beer sampler ended up being 8.5Euro. Oof.

All in all, I don't think I'd recommend going out of your way to go to this place. Not for the beer anyway. If you want a good meal and have a big wallet, then you might be interested, but otherwise, it's a pass.

Apr 29, 2015
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TheLongBeachBum from California

3.53/5  rDev +2.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4

The Brasserie Salaisons Hotel “Beierhaascht” is a large modern building. Castellated green painted rendering sits on top a real wooden façade. Set back from the roadside by well kept gardens, it has a very 80’s look. Central in the Buildings lower ground frontage, is a large stained glass window that contains the ‘Beierhaascht’ motif, which in turn proudly displays a brace of gleaming Copper vessels to passers-by.

There is no mistaking that this is a Brewery, well not until you get inside anyway. For as you enter the Building you could be forgiven for thinking that this is a Butchers, for on the left is a huge Boucherie with quite literally row, upon row of large Hams hanging from the wall in a chilled room. The bar cum restaurant is actually on the right as you enter.

Once inside, the building has a large central bar on the ground floor. The upper deck is partially set into the slope of the roof amidst large wooden timbers that form the upper structure. Our party of 32 were seated here. A separate bar upstairs meant that service was very sharp, & we had only a short wait for our food. The mixed meat & pickle platter with Salad was absolutely superb, & washed down with ample quantities of both the house beers.

Although the Coppers are on the Ground floor, the bulk of the Brewery itself is in the basement. Ultra modern, ultra clean & ultra organized – extremely impressive, purpose built, fully automatic, stainless steel plant; no re-used ‘ex-dairy’ tanks here.

The beers on draft, the Notre Blonde & Brune are always available, I preferred the Blonde, neither was outstanding, but both were pleasant enough. During our visit the Notre Wit was in the Storage Tanks ready for the Summer months, but not ready for sale yet.

After our Tour & Meal, the weather was so good that we took the opportunity to sit outside in the rear facing Beer Garden (Terrace), very pleasant & a superb sun-trap.

The Beer is available as off-sales in various sized bottles & kegs, along with other notable Brewery Gifts, including T-Shirts, various sizes & shapes of drinking Glasses, and even Model Railway Cars with the Beierhaascht logo.

A Slaughterhouse, Boucherie, Hotel, Brewery and Restaurant all in one, not many can say that. Sadly, the Beer is only average though. If only they could extend their obvious excellent business acumen to improving the beer slightly. Still, it’s worth a look in for a few beers & a spot of lunch if you are somehow in the area.

Last Visit: Monday 21st April 2003

May 01, 2003
Brasserie Salaisons Hotel - BeierHaascht in Bascharage, Luxembourg
Brewery rating: 2.96 out of 5 with 4 ratings