1807 the „Schreibersche“ Brown Beer
Brewery was built in a similar style to some other breweries during
that time in Quedlinburg and environment. This brewery was overtaken
by Carl-Friedrich Lüdde from Schöningen (Lower Saxony),
who set the foundation stone for the development of the company,
which was successful over three generations.
Because of its low alcohol volume, its light sweetness and its natural
carbonic acid, our brown beer was a very popular public beverage.
Just one day in advance the beer got brewed and filled into big
wooden barrels. These were transported with a horse and cart, later
with small trucks, to the customers in the streets.
Day by day the beer coachmen had a planned route to deliver the
product and obviously the customers knew where they had to go. Jingling
a bell loudly they tried to attract the attention of all people
on the street and filled the popular brown beer in jugs, pots or