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My husband is a big fan, and was very excited to see the distillery. The information is provided via a video, so there is no question/answer. The museum isn't the official distillery, but does give examples of how things work. The gift shop is the...More
They show a short film which is quite interesting, but after that it's a walk through a room with half a dozen non-working stills then straight into the shop. They charge 2 euros for a tasting and while I was waiting in the queue at...More
We called ahead for a visit and were the only people when we arrived. The staff was very helpful and offered the 20 Minute video in English and German. I’ve always wanted to visit since I was a kid (I grew up near there and...More
Buy Asbach brandy, Lots of history and well set up tour. Great shop with wide variety. Hugo Asbach studied brandy making in France, and he returned later to his home town Rüdesheim/Rhein to become the biggest brandy producer in Germany
Interesting to watch the mowie (German or English) about the story of Hugo Asabch and the distillerie.
Of course this is now a modern distillerie. A verry short tour is proposing after the mowie and because to go on the store.
Nobody is pushing you...More
We walked what seemed like miles along the river before turning left and reaching the Asbach centre. The film showing at that moment was in German so we were asked to wait. After ten minutes they told us that they were expecting a Danish tourist...More
I believe that they do but tours have to be booked. We were there last week and were shown the film in English and then allowed to wander around at will. You say that you visited many years ago so may not be aware that the... More
I believe that they do but tours have to be booked. We were there last week and were shown the film in English and then allowed to wander around at will. You say that you visited many years ago so may not be aware that the Asbach Centre is no longer by the Railway station but quite a walk along the river in the opposite direction. have a great time..