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Terms & Conditions

1. Scope of application

The Terms & Conditions set forth below as amended at the time of order placement shall exclusively apply to the business relationship between us – Alfred SCHLADERER Alte Schwarzwälder Hausbrennerei GmbH, Alfred-Schladerer-Platz 1, 79219 Staufen – and customers who utilize our internet offering, including our web shop in particular, except as otherwise agreed in writing. Terms and conditions of the customer shall only apply if we agree thereto in writing. Order placement in our webshop is only permitted for customers who are at least 18 years old at the time of order placement. Confirmation of having reached the age of majority must be given during the ordering process before an order may be placed.

2. Offers and contract conclusion

The presentation of products in our webshop does not constitute a legally binding offer but rather a non-binding solicitation to place an order. Presentation errors reserved. The customer can place goods in a virtual shopping cart via mouse click where the customer can view his/her selected items to verify the order content. By clicking the “Buy” button the customer submits a binding offer to conclude a purchase contract for the selected goods in the virtual shopping cart. The order is forwarded to us and the customer immediately receives an electronic order confirmation via e-mail. Express advisory is given that this order confirmation does not constitute acceptance of the order. Rather, a contract is only entered into when we send a subsequent e-mail order confirmation or when the goods are delivered to the customer. We furthermore hereby advise you that only household-typical quantities are sold.

3. Availability and delivery of goods

In the webshop, customers can see which products are currently available and which are temporarily out of stock. The delivery deadline stated in the respective product description applies for all products. Deliveries are made to the delivery address provided by the customer. The delivery address may differ from the billing address. If no delivery address is specified, delivery is made to the billing address.

We are entitled to make partial delivery if

Please be advised that the commissioned delivery personnel will only hand over packages after verifying age by checking ID.

4. Transfer of risk

If the customer is a consumer within the meaning of § 13 of German Civil Code (BGB), we bear shipping risk irrespective of shipping method. If the customer is a business entity within the meaning of § 14 BGB, risk passes to the customer when we hand the goods over to the commissioned carrier, freight forwarder or other delivery provider otherwise responsible for carrying out shipment.

5. Pricing and shipping costs

Prices in the webshop are stated in euros and include packaging and sales tax at the applicable rate. Goods are delivered from Staufen at the customer’s expense. The customer bears shipping costs in accordance with our Shipping Terms and Conditions.

6. Payments

The purchase price is due immediately upon order placement. The customer may pay via PayPal or by advance bank transfer. If advance bank transfer is selected as payment option, the customer receives an invoice stating the bank data.

7. Retention of title

We retain title to goods delivered by us until the customer has paid the purchase price in full plus any applicable shipping costs.

8. Warrenty and liability

Our warranty obligations and liability are as per statutory law, including particularly §§ 434 et seq. BGB.

9. Changes to the General Terms & Conditions

We reserve the right to change these Terms & Conditions at any time, providing reasonable advance notice. Notification of any changes will be posted on the website of our webshop:

10. Dispute resolution

The online dispute resolution platform of the EU Commission is found at
We are neither willing nor obligated to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration panel.

11. Concluding provisions

German law shall govern. The UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG) is disapplied. For end-consumers within the European Union, the governing law may be that of the end-consumer’s place of residence if consumer law provisions of mandatory applicability are concerned. If a private end-consumer does not reside within the European Union or if the customer is a business within the meaning of German Commercial Code (HGB), a juristic person under public law or a public-law fund, the place of jurisdiction is the place of our company seat. We have the right, however, to file suit against the customer at the customer’s seat/residence.