Grolsch

Background

The Grolsch brewery was founded in 1615 in Groenlo. The town of Groenlo was then known as Grolle, hence the name Grolsch, meaning ‘of Grolle’. Grolsch is best known for its 5% abv pale lager, Grolsch Premium Pilsner. The brewery was first operated by Willem Neerfeldt. Neerfeldt’s son-in-law, Peter Sanford Cuyper, later took imagesover. Grolsch was, as of February 2006, the second largest brewer in the Netherlands (after Heineken) with annual production of 3.2 million hectoliters. The domestic market comprises fifty-one per cent of total production. Continue reading Grolsch

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Warsteiner

Warsteiner
The slogan translates into English as “A Queen amongst Beers”

One of the famous and popular beers that was consumed within the battery bars and outside the camp, Warsteiner known affectionately as ‘Wobbly’

The history of the brewing family begins in 1753, when farmer Antonius Cramer had to pay a tax of 1 thaler, 19 guilders on his beer he brewed and sold himself. Continue reading Warsteiner

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