Brouwerij Boon

Brouwerij Boon

Brouwerij Boon is located in the valley of the river Zenne. A place where the magic happens, according to many beer lovers. This Belgian brewery is very well known for the production of beers of spontaneous fermentation, Lambic beers.

Brouwerij De Brabandere

Brouwerij De Brabandere

Brouwerij De Brabandere is a family owned brewery that is well known for their Petrus Sour Beers. It dates all the way back to 1894! The brewery is located in the small village of Bavikhove, not far from Kortrijk.

Brouwerij De Halve Maan

Brouwerij De Halve Maan

Brouwerij De Halve Maan in Bruges is better known for its homegrown brands Brugse Zot and Straffe Hendrik. There has been brewing activity on this location in the historic center for at least five centuries.

Antwerpse Brouw Compagnie

Antwerpse Brouw Compagnie

While Antwerp used to have many breweries, almost all of them have disappeared over time. The revival of Seefbier, once one of the most popular local beers in the 19th century, has been good news for beerlovers.

Trappistenbrouwerij De Kievit

Trappistenbrouwerij De Kievit

Trappistenbrouwerij De Kievit is better known as Zundert Trappist. Like most other Trappist breweries do, the name of the beer simply refers to the location of the abbey: the small town of Zundert in the south of the Netherlands.

Brouwerij Duits en Lauret

Brouwerij Duits en Lauret

How to come up with a great name for your brewery? Owners Danielle Duits and Marco Lauret didn’t have to think long and simply combined their last names. When they found out they had a mutual love for craft beer they decided to join forces and start brewing together.

Brouwerij Kompaan

Brouwerij Kompaan

The Dutch word ‘Kompaan’ means 'Companion'. The two friends Jasper and Jeroen liked to do some home brewing on a kitchen stove just like so many other good breweries have started off. In 2012 they started contract brewing under the name ‘Kompaan’.

Uiltje Brewing Company

Uiltje Brewing Company

As difficult it may be to believe, just five years ago it was still hard to find Pale Ales, IPAs or Imperial Stouts in the Netherlands, so Robbert Uyleman decided to take matters into his own hands. In 2012 he started contract brewing and three years later Uiltje Brewing Company was born in Haarlem.

Brouwerij Poesiat & Kater

Brouwerij Poesiat & Kater

We love a good story and this is definitely one of those! This all begins in 1733 when Brouwerij De Gekroonde Valk (The Crowned Falcon) was founded in Amsterdam. In 1791 the brewery had a name change and was named Van Vollenhoven, after the new owner. Around 1900 it had become the largest brewery of the Netherlands with export to all continents of the world

Brouwerij vandeStreek

Brouwerij vandeStreek

Brouwerij VandeStreek is not just a name that’s made up for this craft brewery in Utrecht. It actually happens to be the last name of Sander and Ronald, two brothers in beer. Believe it or not, but this means literally ‘from the area, local’ in Dutch.

Brouwerij t IJ

Brouwerij t IJ

Brouwerij 't IJ in Amsterdam, founded in the mid-80s, was one of the first to brew well-crafted beers in Belgian style. It is located next to an iconic windmill and one of the most popluar small breweries in Amsterdam.

Brouwerij De Kromme Haring

Brouwerij De Kromme Haring

‘Quality and experimentation’ are two foundational buzz words at brewpub and brewery De Kromme Haring in Utrecht. With a background in the biology field, Stephen Grigg and pub manager Gijs van Wiechen, started out as contractbrewers but quickly decided they needed their own place to realize their dream.

Brouwerij Kaapse Brouwers

Brouwerij Kaapse Brouwers

The general thought was that no one would come to Katendrecht for good drinks and good food, as it is a part of Rotterdam with a rough past. Now craft brewery and brewpub Kaapse Brouwers and the Fenix Food Factory are a major tourist attraction that draws quite a crowd, especially in the weekends.

Brouwerij Maallust

Brouwerij Maallust

Maallust is the name of the area around an old grain mill in the small village of Veenhuizen in the north of the Netherlands. An interesting and isolated place that was used for a social experiment back in the 19th century, then turned into a penitentiary institution and now is the home of this Dutch craft brewery.

Brouwerij De Vlijt

Brouwerij De Vlijt

Craftbrewery Bierbrouwerij De Vlijt started out under the name Het Achterom as a small brewery in the city of Apeldoorn but couldn’t meet the demand anymore because of the growing interest. A new brewery, Veluwse Schavuyt, was founded and established in the boiler room on the premises of the former Zwitsal factory, a unique industrial heritage.

Brouwerij Noordt

Brouwerij Noordt

Brouwerij Noordt is somewhat hidden between some houses in the old center of Rotterdam. A former fire station is the stunning location of this young and ambitious brewery that launched a grand approach.

Brouwerij Oersoep

Brouwerij Oersoep

At Brouwerij Oersoep they love to brew layered and complex beers. They call it ‘Slowbeer’, because of their love for wild yeast and aging the beers with wood, it can take up to six months before they are finished.

Brouwerij Oudaen

Brouwerij Oudaen

Stadskasteel Oudaen is a medieval “city castle”, located since 1296 in the heart of the city centre of Utrecht. It has quite a history, from being a home to one of the wealthiest families in the city to being a home for the elderly and poor people.

Brouwerij Maximus

Brouwerij Maximus

Brouwerij Maximus in Utrecht is a young and ambitious small brewery and brewpub, located in Leidsche Rijn, a new city district on the west side of town. The three founders of the brewery were not exactly new to the brewing scene, but alredy had a story of home brewing, gypsybrewing and running well known Utrecht beer bar Kafé België.

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