Hopfenerlebnishof Stiglmaier

Hops Experience Farm "Stiglmaier"

Beer sommelier Elisabeth Stiglmaier takes her guests to her hop experience farm, whose hop harvest hall is accessible without barriers.

Description

Hop ambassador and beer sommelier Elisabeth Stiglmaier introduces all guests to the world of the Hallertau's "green gold" on individual tours.

The Hopfenerlebnishof Stiglmaier is located in the heart of the Hallertau, the largest contiguous hop-growing area in the world. On her farm, Elisabeth Stiglmaier takes her guests into the world of hops: hop experiences for all - tailored to personal wishes and for guests with special needs. From cultivation to harvest, the history of hops, hop delicacies or hops as a medicinal plant, the hop ambassador presents a lot of interesting facts about the green gold of the Hallertau in an entertaining way. The hop harvesting hall and the HopfenProBierStube on the farm are accessible without barriers, and there is also a WC for wheelchair users on the farm. Through the use of a speech amplifier, guests with hearing impairments can also participate fully. Experience hops with all your senses: Smell, feel and taste - The hop experience can also be booked especially for guests with cognitive impairments.

Information on accessibility

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All test relevant areas meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility tested - barrier-free for people with walking disabilities".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • There are two general car parks at the hop harvest hall. The parking spaces for people with disabilities are not marked (parking space size: 500 cm x 500 cm; distance to the entrance between 34 m and 65 m).
  • The car park and the outdoor paths are partly easy to walk and drive on due to their surface condition. At and on the Hops Farm area there are path sections with up to 10 % gradient.
  • The hop harvest hall is used as a meeting point for the guided tour in spring, summer and winter. The threshold at the entrance is 2 cm high.
  • During the harvest time in autumn the hop storage hall is used as a meeting point for the guided tour. The entrance is accessible without steps or thresholds. Behind the roller shutter there is a ramp with a 10 % gradient over a distance of 2 m in the direction of the lounge area.
  • All doors/passages are at least 80 cm wide.
  • In the dining room/"Hopfen ProBier Stube" there are wheelchair accessible tables.
  • Aids offered: rollator, walking sticks
  • Guided tours for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users are offered exclusively at the Hops Experience Farm. A reservation is desired. Seating is available during the guided tour. The entire route is steplessly accessible for wheelchair users.

Public toilet for people with disabilities

  • The toilet box can be reached via a ramp. The door is 100 cm wide. The path to the toilet is not easy to walk and drive on.
  • The manoeuvring spaces are as follows:
    • at the door, in front of the toilet and the washbasin at least 150 cm x 150 cm; 
    • left and right of the toilet at least 90 cm x 58 cm.
  • There are handles which can be folded up on both sides of the toilet.
  • The washbasin is wheelchair accessible.
  • The mirror can be seen while standing or sitting.
  • There is a cord as alarm trigger.

Public toilet for men and women at the hop harvest hall

  • There is a public toilet which can be reached with max. one step and has a door width of at least 70 cm.

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • Assistance dogs are allowed.
  • The entrances to the hop harvest hall and hop storage hall with dining room/"Hopfen ProBier Stube" are visually rich in contrast and can be reached steplessly.
  • There are no obstacles, e.g. objects protruding into the path/room.
  • Paths are predominantly designed high in contrast and are marked with tactile markings.
  • The evaluated rooms usable by the guest are bright and glare-free.
  • There is no information in Braille or prismatic writing.
  • Aids offered: reading aids
  • Guided tours are offered for visually impaired people at the Hops Experience Farm and in the Hops Arena, but not for blind people. A reservation is desired. Exhibits are available for touching.

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • There is no alarm.
  • There is no audio induction loop.
  • In the dining room/"Hopfen ProBier Stube" there are tables with bright and glare-free lighting, on which there are no lamps standing or hanging that restrict the field of vision. There are no seating areas with low background noises.
  • Aids offered: Speech amplifiers
  • Guided tours are offered for people with hearing disabilities at the Hops Experience Farm and in the Hops Arena, but not for deaf people. A reservation is desired.

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • The name and logo of the company are clearly visible from the outside.
  • There is no menu. The dishes are not presented visibly.
  • Information for orientation is not displayed in photorealistic representation or in the form of pictograms.
  • There is no colored or pictorial guidance system.
  • The destination of the path is partly in sight. There is no uninterrupted guidance system.
  • Guided tours are offered for people with cognitive impairments. A reservation is desired. The contents (e.g. exhibits) of the tour are explained in a way that is easy to understand.

Address & contact

Hopfenerlebnishof Stiglmaier

Pfarrer-Schmid-Straße 5
84091 Attenhofen
Phone number: +49 8751 8764036
Website: www.hopfenfuehrung.de

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