About Us

The concept of a small local “indie” brewery is to provide excitingly different beers that really please the palate of each individual. This is in stark contrast to very large breweries that jostle for position in the middle ground of mediocrity.

In 2015, a chance encounter between two beer lovers led to the launch of the promising « Stuff Brauerei » project. Dissatisfied with what beers were available in Luxembourg, we decided to create our own in a small hidden « cave » in Steinsel.

Our Craft

BREWING
PROCESS

Brewing Process

We take no shortcuts! What you see on the label is what you get. The carefully picked specialty whole grains, the freshest hops and delicate yeasts are what sets our beers apart.
Some breweries resort to adding finings, such as isinglass (fish guts), to cut out a process in the production line and reduce costs. We, on the other hand, value flavoursome and satisfying beer, rather than a quick cheap drink. Drink better quality and locally, all guilt is washed away.

VITAL
STATISTICS

Vital Statistics

Our aim is not to throw around trendy stats on product labels and beer descriptions, but rather to help beer lovers to educate their palates and become beer connoisseurs. It’s all about matching the measurable characteristics of beer to your preferences to find that perfect sweet spot for you.

INTERNATIONAL BITTERING UNIT (IBU)

This is a measure of the actual bitterness of a beer that uses the level of isomerisation of alpha acids contained in the hops. IBUs were invented because it was hard to measure how “bitter” a beer is, just like it’s hard to measure how “comfortable” your favourite underwear is… it’s all about individual perception. There is a limit to the IBU, studies have found that taste buds can’t detect bitterness in beer that is over 90 IBUs.
Our beer is labelled as honestly as possible. So we avoid misleading you with beers over 90 IBUs.

European brewing convention (EBC)

The EBC colour method was developed in Europe for measuring the colour of malts and beers. 8 EBC being a very light beer and 50 is a very dark beer. This scale does not directly indicate how dense or how cloudy a beer is, nor does it necessarily give an indication of taste. We cover most of the colour range to reveal the typical associated flavours, but we may also surprise you with beers that boggle the mind.

ETHICS

We value organic products !

The delicate flavours of our beers need very specific raw materials to bring out the character you want. Organic products can only help us in this endeavour and we use them whenever they are available.

We care about the planet !

All our waste is recyclable and re-used when possible. Our bottles and kegs are also 100% recyclable !

We willingly pay more for cleaning products that provide perfect sanitary conditions that do not damage the environment.

Our raw material waste is given to local farmers and used as natural fertilizer.

Closer to you

As a small brewery we are naturally closer to you, our customer, and we aim to brew beer to your taste. So don’t hesitate to tell us when ordering our beers or when you see us. Likewise, if you want our beer in your favourite bar or have ideas for a new beer in our range.

A Helping Hand

We also like to lend a helping hand in the community, working with local farmers for waste disposal, and obtaining some of our much needed raw materials.

 

Our beers

We do not inject any CO2 into our beers – all our beers are bottle or keg conditioned to give them their natural sparkle. At Stuff Brauerei, it’s all about giving the top fermenting yeast space and time to work its delicate magic !
We have managed to create beers of all styles, colours and tastes to satisfy as many beer lovers as possible. All feedback is welcome, it can help us help you.

Revolutioun IPA

This is our India Pale Ale. Our aim is to introduce our customers to a stronger tasting beer. This is an American style that tends towards high bitterness in the beer due to the large quantity of hops used. Thanks to its pronounced fruity citrus hop taste and the presence of barley malt, we’ve managed to strike a perfect balance between bitterness and smoothness.

A bit of history: The IPA style was a solution for supplying the eastern British Empire with beer. What was needed was a beer that could survive the gruelling six-month sea voyage from Britain to India intact. Thanks to the antiseptic qualities of the added hops, the beer not only survived the journey but was also found to have improved immeasurably. This was the prototype IPA, after which the beer gradually became paler and more refreshing to suit the Indian climate.

Beer Details

  • EBC:
  • 14
  • IBU:
  • 49
  • ABV:
  • 6,3%

Serving Tips:

  • Serve this refreshing brew at 6˚c.
  • Tilt the glass at a 45˚ angle and pour delicately until the rim, then gradually bring the glass upright while pouring the rest. The yeast can be added to the beer or left aside to be enjoyed on its own.
  • We like drinking this one in a thin tulip glass, or a tasting glass also fits the beer perfectly.


Tulip Glass

Food pairing:

Strong cheese. Also complements dishes made with ingredients such as asparagus, endives, …

Grande Ducale

The magnificence of this beer can be admired from its copper-tinted colour. If you are looking for a well-rounded body and a pleasant toasted malt flavour, this is the beer for you!
The red ale style is generally way to sweet due to the Crystal malt component. We have managed to devise a recipe centred on the hops to counter this sweetness resulting in a perfectly balanced beer.

Beer Details

  • EBC:
  • 29
  • IBU:
  • 36
  • ABV:
  • 5,3%

Serving Tips:

  • Serve this delicate brew at 8˚c.
  • We like drinking this one in a grail style goblet, also known as a chalice beer glass.
  • Keep the glass upright on the table and gently aim the center of the glass. Pour delicately (a good beer cannot be poured in a hurry). Do not tilt the glass while pouring. Raise the bottle towards the end of the pour to obtain the desired head. Leave about a centimeter in the bottle. You can either shake the yeast in the bottom and add it to your beer or savour it on its own.


Goblet / Chalice Glass

Food pairing:

Delicacies, such as “tête de veau” and salmon carpaccio. Any sweet and sour dishes.

Knights in white satin

This is a Belgian speciality ale incorporating a fusion between a Belgian blond and a “Witbier”. It is the lightest in colour of our range, as well as the lowest in alcohol. It is crafted from two different barley malts, wheat and finished with delicate noble hops.
The term “knights” evokes the British hops in this beer and a more gallant and chivalrous era.

Beer Details

  • EBC:
  • 8
  • IBU:
  • 19
  • ABV:
  • 5,2%

Serving Tips:

  • Serve this refreshing brew at 6˚c.
  • Tilt the glass at a 45˚ angle and pour delicately until the rim, then gradually bring the glass upright while pouring the rest. The yeast can be added to the beer or left aside to be enjoyed on its own.
  • We like drinking this one in a thin tulip glass, or a tasting glass also fits the beer perfectly.


Tulip Glass

Food pairing:

Spicy food, fish and white poultry meat.

Black Widow

This one is a robust porter, it emphasises the torrefied malts and is thus richer than a classic porter. Nevertheless, due to its more complex grain formula we’ve managed to offset the burnt flavour so often attached to that style.
This beer is complex and composed but also robust with hints of coffee, dark chocolate and “pain d’épices”.

Beer Details

  • EBC:
  • 46
  • IBU:
  • 41
  • ABV:
  • 6,5%

Serving Tips:

  • Serve this delicate brew at 8˚c.
  • We like drinking this one in a grail style goblet, also known as a chalice beer glass.
  • Keep the glass upright on the table and gently aim the centre of the glass. Pour delicately (a good beer cannot be poured in a hurry).Do not tilt the glass while pouring. Raise the bottle towards the end of the pour to obtain the desired head. Leave about one centimetre in the bottle. You can either shake the sediment and add it to your beer or savour it on its own.


Goblet / Chalice Glass

Food pairing:

Game meat, stews and chocolaty desserts. Its robustness can even be appreciated with a cigar.

Our Services

Find us in bars and restaurants all over Luxembourg.

Home Delivery

If you feel like offering yourself or your guests something special and don’t have time to make it to the shops, come see us at the brewery during our opening hours.

Personalised brews and labels

Personalised brews is a service we offer to our customers. Please contact us for more details.

CONTACT

STUFF BRAUEREI
6, rue des Pommiers
L-7344 Steinsel
Luxembourg

Opening hours:
Only by appointment

Antoine: +352-621-377-523
Joe: +352-691-795-867

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