You go out for some snow shredding in your weekends off. It is cold outside and you have worked hard that day trying not to die on the slopes and having a good time. Honestly I think there is nothing better to end the day of skiing with that with a well deserved beer. Now most apres ski places are not known for the quality of the beers that they have, so when you find something different that stands out, it totally deserves its own post!
We found a nice tent at the bottom of the lifts called Tschudi Hui in the shape of an indian WigWam (how is this even called in English?) that looked like the only place in Sörenberg where there was something to do at all, and indeed: the atmosphere was actually quite good and I enjoyed my time there. But most of all, they had a broad variety of local craft beers!
Ow yes, let's try them all!!
All beer came from Braustation Sursee which is a medium large town here in the region. The train always passes their brewery I remember and it was cool to actually try some beers of theirs. Black Pearl was a beautiful stout with a mega smell of liquorice which I ofcourse like a lot being a Dutchy. SchnellZug was an easy going lager, and Voll Horst was mostly fun because of the name (the girl that was drinking it was from a town called Horst) but apart from that it also tasted good.
What is also something what is nice to see on a local beer is that the labels are really in the local dialect from Sursee and they are damn funny. This might be a bit challenging to read but try speaking it out loud, but it is a nice lesson in Swiss dialect ;)