THE GERMAN BEER PURITY LAW
The German Beer Purity Law (in German: Reinheitsgebot) was adopted on April 23, 1516 for Bavaria region. «..We wish to emphasize that in future in all cities, market-towns and in the country, the only ingredients used for the brewing of beer must be Barley, Hops and Water» were stated in this Law. In the nineteenth century, the Purity Law was expanded throughout the whole German Empire by Otto von Bismarck. That protected the German beer from a foreign influence and saved its unique taste.
Eibauer Schwarzbier, Eibauer Hefeweizen and Eibauer Jubiläums Pilsener 1810 regularly receive DLG gold medals in the most important competition in the beer industry.