serve beer from here.

As one of Austria's largest private breweries, Egger understands the importance of maintaining strong partnerships. As a culinary partner, you will enjoy the following benefits:

  • Egger Premium: Our specially brewed beer for the gastronomy sector.
  • Reliable Delivery: Egger always supplies you punctually and reliably through competent gastronomy distribution partners
  • A Gastronomy Insider Tip: Egger is a successful, widely recognized brand in the retail food industry and is increasingly making its mark in the gastronomy sector.
  • Top Quality Production: Egger produces at the highest IFS level and has its beers tested by national and international, independent institutions.

For a detailed list of our beers for the gastronomy sector as well as our promotional materials, please see our Gastro Catalog or contact one of our experienced staff members.

Equipment for events & festivals

Equipment for events & festivals

Are you looking for the perfect equipment for your next event? Egger Private Brewery and our partner Promonaut ensure your event is a complete success. We offer a comprehensive range of event equipment that leaves no wish unfulfilled. For information on rental conditions and your specific needs, please contact Promonaut directly at

Together, we'll make your event an unforgettable experience!




  • Morandell International
    Wörgler Boden 13-15, A-6300 Wörgl
    Tel.: +43 (0)5332 7855-0
  • Vorarlberg/Tiroler Oberland
    Industriezone 50, A-6460 Imst
    Tel.: +43 (0)5412 61303
  • Salzburg/Oberösterreich
    Pebering-Straße 20, A-5301 Eugendorf
    Tel.: +43 (0)6225 8599
  • Kärnten/Osttirol
    Fressnitz 10, A-9811 Lendorf
    Tel.: +43 (0)4762 2388
  • Wien/Niederösterreich/Burgenland
    Zwölfaxingerstraße 7, A-2320 Schwechat
    Tel.: +43 (0)170 77221
  • Steiermark/Südliches Burgenland
    Mälzerweg 11, A-8055 Graz
    Tel.: +43 (0)316 475143
  • Steiermark
    Teufenbach 192, A-8833 Teufenbach
    Tel.: +43 (0)3582 8830


Apeding 47, A-4691 Schlatt
Tel.: +43 (0)664 - 7946356



Obere Gartenstraße 17, A-3465 Königsbrunn/Wagram
Tel.: +43 (0) 2278 2345


Wachtbergstr. 14, A-3123 Obermerking
Tel.: +43 (0)2782 85969


Keltenstraße 9, A-3100 St. Pölten
Tel.: +43 (0)2742 29900


Grüner Weg 23, A-3512 Mautern/Donau
Tel.: +43 (0) 2732 82932


Bahnhofstraße 30, A-3370 Ybbs
Tel.: +43 (0)7412 5224


Schrammlstraße 28, A-4050 Traun
Tel. +43 (0) 7229/605-0

Contact persons

We are pleased to discuss with you all the details and take care of your request.

Franz Stummer
Area Sales Manager Austria
Tiroler Straße 18, A-3105 St. Pölten-Unterradlberg
Tel.: +43 (0)2742 392-15326
Mobil: +43 (0)664 180 48 63

Paul Appenzeller
Area Sales Manager Lower Austria / Vienna
Tel. +43 (0)664 619 54 05

Klaus Solderer
Area Sales Manager Upper Austria / Salzburg
Tel.: +43 (0)50300 16844
Mobil: +43 (0)664 8522731

Contact persons

Allergenic regulation

Declarations on the allergen information regulation

Since 13 December 2014 the provisions of the EU food information regulation LMIV (No. 1169/2011) have to be implemented. Therefore, allergenic ingredients must also be informed of unwanted foods.
In Austria, this regulation entered into force with the provisions of the Allergeninformationsverordnung (BGBI. II No. 175/2014) with effect from 13 December 2014. For this purpose, the Federal Ministry of Health has two guidelines (see annex). The regulations include the following:

Information provided by food business operators

Where foodstuffs or products which can cause allergies or intolerances are used in the manufacture or preparation of a foodstuffs, foodstuffs (for example, restaurants, sausages, pastry shops, ice cream parlors, food retailers, delicatessens, breakfasts, but also community supplies such as hospitals) , Nursing homes or company kitchens, or even at festive events), to communicate this information verbally or in writing to the final consumer.

Allergenic ingredients

Under this link, you will find the markings according to the recommendations of the Federal Ministry of Health. (only available in German).

Basis for allergen information

The allergen information can be issued on the following basis:
• In the case of commercial goods, the information can be transferred from the label.
• For self-produced goods, the information can be created based on the ingredients used.
• In the case of daily offers or short-term recipe changes, the trained employees must be informed accordingly in sales or service, so that the information can be passed on correctly.
The information must be kept up-to-date. The allergen information must be updated in the event of changes (such as changes in the product range, the composition of the products or changes in the ingredients used).

Manner of information dissemination to end-users

In operation, all information on the allergens contained must be available at all times and made available to the final consumer without being asked for. This can be done both in writing and verbally, such as:
• Indicated in the food or beverage menu.
• On a sign or notice next to the food.
• In electronic form.
• Symbols or abbreviations can also be used when they are encoded in the immediate vicinity.
• Oral information, if clearly indicated in a clearly visible place (for example, "Our Sales Associates inform you about allergenic ingredients in our products"). Personnel trained for this purpose may pass on the information verbally. This can be either the food business itself (eg host) or one or more employees. Please refer to the guideline for personnel training on allergen information.

Allergen information regarding beverages from the private brewery Egger

The allergen information regarding beverages of the private brewery Egger are indicated on the products (the corresponding ingredients are marked in bold letters). The product pricing has been fully implemented for all beverages since 13.12.2014.
The allergen information of our beverages (the products for which we are the manufacturer) can also be found in the appendix. Basically, all our Egg Beers contain gluten-containing grains and gluten-containing cereals (malt).