Valmiermuiža Beer Kitchen and Terrace

Valmiermuiža Beer Kitchen and Terrace


Using everything that Latvia’s land has to offer is the cornerstone of the ‘Valmiermuižas
alus’ kitchen. This will be the right place to slowly enjoy the brews and hearty snacks made
by ‘Valmiermuižas alus’, and to enjoy the treats by the ‘Valmiermuižas alus’ pastry chef.

We will be happy to host your celebration or seminar, and present you with the story of beer
and food, and offer you a multiple-course meal paired with various beers!

Valmiermuiža Beer Kitchen opening hours

Monday–Wednesday | 11.30–14.30
Thursday | 11.30–20.00
Friday | 11.30–22.00
Sunday | 10.00–22.00
Saturday | 10.00–20.00


Every land tastes differently, because each has its own son and unique soil.

The Latvian land is rich enough for it to sprout a unique cuisine comprised of flavours of the earth.

Sooner or later, each and every fruit of the fields ripens. And once ripe, it tastes even more delicious.

Before reaching for your pots and pans, visit your neighbouring cultivator and ask him – what are you growing in your soil?

Walking through the forest, it’s bad form to leave tracks behind you. As a landlord, you have to use all the ingredients at your disposal.

A boring kitchen is a bad kitchen. Through a process of cajoling and studying, discovering and imagining, as well as making discoveries in old articles and dreaming dreams, creatively we create recipes that were previously unheard off.

Purely grown produce must be purely prepared. And that which has been prepared purely, must be served purely and naturally, because both the clay that your dish was made from and carved wood come from our land.

Wherever Latvians organise ceremonies of honour, you’ll find beer in a place of honour. Wherever there is a beer kitchen, you’ll find a pair of fine beers to complement each dish, allowing assorted flavours the chance to riff off one another.