Grolsch beer portfolio

In addition to the familiar Grolsch Premium Pilsner, our brewery in Enschede also brews other premium beers according to their own special recipes.

Get to know the different beers from the Grolsch beer brewery portfolio.

Grolsch
Grolsch is a company with a rich tradition and a history that goes back to 1615. Grolsch was born in the eastern Netherlands, starting in Groenlo and later moving to Enschede. The brand's strength originates in a conviction reflected in our motto: 'Vakmanschap is Meesterschap' (Craftsmanship is Mastery) and in our unique swing-top bottle.

Important details

Country of origin: The Netherlands
Alcohol percentage: Grolsch Premium Pilsner 5%
Flavour: refreshing, with a light malt accent and a full hoppy taste
Beerr variants: Grolsch Weizen, Grolsch Kanon, Grolsch Lentebok, Grolsch Herfstbok
Availability: more than 60 countries worldwide


Connoisseurs say
The swing-top bottle is a style icon, and the new green bottle is a welcome and inspiring innovation. The pilsner is simply a classic. The Grolsch flavour is bold and unique and is characterised by a long and slightly bitter aftertaste

Website
www.grolsch.nl


Grolsch Stender

Important details

 

Country of origin: The Netherlands Nederland
Alcohol percentage: 0,5% (low alcohol beer)
Flavour: refreshing, with a light malt accent and a full hoppy taste
Beer variants: Grolsch Stender, Grolsch Stender Lemon & Lime


Connoisseurs say
Stender with 0.5% alcohol is the personal view of Grolsch consciously enjoy beer. An low alcohol beer with a subtle hint of alcohol, gives the beer a refreshing flavor.

Website
www.grolsch.nl


 

Pilsner Urquell
Pilser Urquell literally means "the original source of Pilsner". The beer was created more than 160 years ago in the Czech city of Plzen and is greatly appreciated by critical beer drinkers around the world for its characteristic taste.

Important details

Country of origin: Czech Republic
Alcohol percentage: 4,4%
Flavour: fine bitters, intense hops, full flavour


Connoisseurs say
It is the pure pilsner from Plzen; intensely hoppy and full flavour. The beer is characterised by a fine bitterness against a background of sweet honey.

Website
www.pilsner-urquell.com


 

Peroni Nastro Azzurro
The exceptional Peroni Nastro Azzurro beer was first brewed in Rome in 1963, in the same year that Italian style gained worldwide attention with the release of the film 'La Dolce Vita'. Since then, Peroni Nastro Azurro has been brewed in Italy according to an original recipe using the highest quality ingredients: the noblest spring barley and a unique mix of Italian malt, corn and hops.

Important details

Country of origin: Italy
Alcohol percentage: 5,1%
Flavour: intense, refreshing and lightly sparkling beer


Connoisseurs say
With 5.1% alcohol, Peroni is an intensely refreshing and light sparkling beer that should always be poured from the Italian bottle into the elegant Peroni glass. In short, an unmistakeable touch of Italian style. The beer should be served at a temperature of 3 to 5° and is the perfect complement to Italian cuisine.

Website
www.peroniitaly.com


 

De Klok
From 1809 to 1954, the Grolsch brewery was officially known as Brouwerij de Klok. The origin of the name goes back to the early 19th century, when the ringing of the church bell (klok in Dutch) indicated that it was time for a cold beer.

Important details

Country of origin: The Netherlands
Alcohol percentage: 4,8%
Flavour: perfect balance between sweet and bitter


Connoisseurs say
De Klok is a wonderful beer, not too sweet and not too bitter. Straightforward, brewed by men who know what they are doing. It's just a good beer.


 

Lech Premium
Small breweries were active in the Poznan area as early as 1440. The foundations for the large modern brewery were officially laid in 1872. Today, the brewery in Poznan is known as Lech Browery Wielkopolski S.A., the home of Lech Premium. The brand is very popular among young adult Poles, perhaps because of the brand's athletic image.

Important details

Country of origin: Poland
Alcohol percentage: 5,2%
Flavour: not exceptionally sweet or bitter; balanced combination of light and fruity


Connoisseurs say
Lech Premium can be recognised by its thick, white foamy head and a bouquet that lingers long after the bottle is opened. Lech Premium is a medium-body beer characterised by its average sweetness and soft bitterness. With its subtle fruity aroma, light golden colour and sharp flavour, Lech Premium is one of the most refreshing lagers in Poland.


 

Tyskie
Tyskie is the unchallenged market leader in Poland and one of the largest beer brands in Europe. The brand combines almost 400 years of brewing tradition with a contemporary image and high quality.

Important details

Country of origin: Poland
Alcohol percentage: 5,6%
Flavour: perfect balance of soft and bitter
Availability: Spain, Ireland, United Kingdom, Israel, Iceland, Denmark, Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Canada, USA, Germany, France, Belgium


Connoisseurs say
Tyskie is a classic thirst-quenching Polish pilsner. Its unique taste is a perfect balance between soft and bitter. Serve at 7-8 ° C.

Website
www.tyskie.pl


 

Grimbergen
In the year 1128, Saint Norbertus built an abbey for the Norbertine order in the village of Grimbergen in Brabant. The Norbertines brewed their beer with the greatest care and precision. For centuries, the brewer-monks passed on the recipe, and today the high-fermentation beers of Grimbergen are brewed with the same attention to tradition and quality.

Important details

Country of origin: Belgium
Alcohol percentage: Grimbergen Dubbel 6,5%
Flavour: Grimbergen Dubbel is a sweet-bitter beer with a full flavour and hints of caramel.
Beer variants: Grimbergen blond, Grimbergen dubbel, Grimbergen Tripel, Grimbergen Goud, Grimbergen Optimo Bruno


Connoisseurs say
A beer for true beer lovers, with high fermentation.

Website
www.grimbergenbier.nl

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