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    Our History


    Our history dates back to the interwar period, to the year 1926 to be precise,
    when Józef Baster established his own beer bottling plant in Zbożowa Street,
    in Kraków, as the representative of The Habsburg Archducal Brewery.

     

    1926

    2021

     

    Our History

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    Józef Baster
    1896-1972

    1926
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    From the Archducal Brewery

    Our history dates back to the interwar period, to the year 1926 to be precise, when Józef Baster established his own beer bottling plant in Zbożowa Street, in Kraków, as the representative of The Habsburg Archducal Brewery.

    His company had a very modern beer bottling plant, and also manufactured soda water, orangeade and lemonade.

    We would like our beer to refer to those vintage tastes and bring back that well-established quality.

    2021
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    Let's meet in Kazimierz

    You will find Baster Restaurant in Szeroka Street, that is in the very heart of Krakow's Kazimierz District. We created this place for our local guests as well as visitors from all over the world who find Krakow a place worth seeing. Kazimierz is a very popular attraction, especially Szeroka Street for its rich and long history. Each alley has its own interesting story about people who once lived here, socialised and ran their businesses when Szeroka was still teeming with life. That is why we have preserved the characteristic and charmful atmosphere, as reference to Józef Baster’s history and the family brand that we bring back to life by launching the production of our Baster craft beer.

    Krakow in the times of Galicia was rich with influences from Austria, Hungary, Ukraine, Jewish and Lemko culture. It is part of our identity that contributed to the nature of Krakow's culinary history. Beer was a common drink that was considered great for all occasions.

     

     

    Chef 
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    Paweł Pamuła

    European cuisine is what he loves and feels most confident in. In the year 2020, he took part in the 15 th edition of Italian Culinary Art Competition "Arte Culinaria Italiana" (in a team of two) and won second price. He has accumulated his experience in valued Krakow restaurants, such as Biała Róża Restaurant, where he worked for the last few years. Today, he is in charge of the kitchen team of a new place in Krakow's Kazimierz, Baster Restaurant (ul. Szeroka 9). He is creative, uncompromisingly accurate, focuses on innovation, while not avoiding culinary classics