HAG Coffee factory
The Café HAG factory is made out of reinforced concrete and was built for Ludwig Roselius in 1906-07 by Bremen architect Hugo Wagner.
Built in 1906-07 by Bremen architect Hugo Wagner for Ludwig Roselius, the inventor of decaffeinated coffee, the Café HAG factory is made of reinforced concrete. Its products, such as Café HAG decaffeinated coffee and Kaba instant chocolate, were exported across the world.
Later on, Ludwig Roselius funded the rebuilding of Böttcherstrasse, which shapes the image of Bremen's city centre to this day.
Coffee is still being produced at the old factory in Überseestadt. As part of a guided tour of Lloyd Caffee, you can discover the secrets of the art of roasting and see the magnificent marble hall. A cup of coffee is, of course, also available on site.
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