A warm welcome
to Pott‘s Brau & Backhaus
In Pott’s “glass brewery” you will have the opportunity to watch through the windows and learn all about the brewmaster craft, from the maturation to the filtration to the bottling of Pott’s specialty beers. Afterwards, take a trip back to the good-ole-days at the Georg-Lechner-Biermuseum, then learn about our precious water resources at the Gesaris Brunnenkino (spring water cinema). With a day’s work and learning behind you, you can then go relax in our welcoming beer garden or the Brau & Backhaus Restaurant for a nice refreshing Pott’s beer. Find our program of tours at www.potts.de.
For sleeping accommodations, see the neighboring hotel “Zum Wasserturm” at Ennigerloher Str 43, Oelde. Phone +49 2522 92026.
Open daily from 9:00 AM.
Warm dishes from 9:00 AM until 9:30 PM.
You will find information about the company holidays on the homepage
Bright, Vibrant, and Tasty
Upon entering the Pott‘s Brewery & Backhaus, visitors instantly feel at ease.The Pott Family has given great care and attention to creating a bright and vibrant atmosphere for their guests.
Our freshly made baked-goods, meats, and sausages are carefully and artisanally produced on a daily basis in our glass bakery and butchery. These are then used by the brewpub chefs to create mouth watering regional and seasonal dishes.
Glass Butcher and Bakery
The smell of fresh bread straight from our King’s Winter stone oven floods the Pott’s Brau & Backhaus with irresistible aromas. Those interested in what exactly goes into their sausage can look over the master butcher’s shoulder next door. From there, you will see first-hand that we only use the freshest and best ingredients possible. All our specialties are also offered in our ‘mom-and-pop shop’ for you to enjoy at home.
Electromobility: 6 IONITY ultra-fast charging points and e-bike charging options from the end of April 2023
In addition to Münsterland specialities, the menu also includes various tarte flambée variations and daily specials.
Our classic dish
Hearty grilled ham
with beer sauce and “Hot Kraut”