The old Windhoek Brewery originally called the Felsenkeller (Cellar of Rock) still stands on the corner of Sam Nujoma Drive and Tal Street in the central business district of Windhoek.
The architecture is classic colonial German and the brewery buildings look distinctively regal when compared to the modern concrete and glass office blocks that surround it.
Today, the old brewery complex is host to a variety of fascinating arts and crafts shops, restaurants and bars.
After almost ninety years of service, it became necessary to modernise. A new-state-of-the-art brewery was built just outside Windhoek and production commenced in 1986.
Today, the production capacity of the Windhoek Brewery is upwards of 2.2 million hectolitres per annum. The brewery has three bottling lines, a canning line and a keg line.Read More