Brewery “Im Füchschen”

Ratinger Straße 28, 40213 Düsseldorf

Altbier and Düsseldorf - they belong together like onion rings with blood sausage. It is no wonder that there are several legendary breweries in the city.

One of the oldest dates to the year 1848, when the house beer “Füchschen Alt” was first brewed. After the Second World War, the owners Peter and Johanna König reopened the “Füchschen” in 1950 - with great success. Now, celebrities from culture and business can often be seen there: Gustaf Gründgens is reputed to have been a Füchschen fan, as well as Joseph Beuys and Udo Jürgens. The brewery and restaurant on Ratinger Strasse are still cult places today.

Accessibility Information
  • Public Transport: Tonhalle / Ehrenhof (300 m)
  • 3 disabled parking spaces on Ratinger Straße, approx. 50 m further on left side.
  • All areas accessible without steps.
  • No disabled toilets available.
  • Cobblestone pavement in the Altstadt (Old Town).
General information suitable bad weather, Seniors friendly


Brauerei Im Füchschen
Ratinger Straße 28
40213 Düsseldorf

Phone +49 0211 1374 70
Fax +49 0211 1374 747