Brauerei C.& A. Veltins

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  • Mini grevensteiner 1


    Kellerbier · 5.2% ABV

    The complex flavor is initially dominated by caramel flavors w/ a slight undertone of honey , roasted almonds & fresh, fruity notes reminiscent of green apple.
  • Mini grevensteiner landbier 1

    Veltins Grevensteiner Naturtrübes Landbier

    Kellerbier · 5.2% ABV

    The beer presents itself with its silky matt amber color with orange highlights and a soft, velvety froth.
  • Square mini brauerei c a veltins c0b44de6

    Veltins Grevensteiner Original

    Kellerbier · 5.2% ABV

    Back to the roots: The brewery C. & A...
  • Mini veltins pilsener14 1

    Veltins Pilsener14

    Pilsner · 4.8% ABV

    Bottle: Filtered Crisp, clean, classic German lager
  • Square mini brauerei c a veltins c0b44de6

    Grevensteiner Kellerbier

    Kellerbier · 5.2% ABV

    A smooth toasty character paired with nutty flavours opens a distinctive finale, which unfolds impressions of butterscotch.
  • Square mini brauerei c a veltins c0b44de6

    Grevensteiner Unfiltered Lager

    Helles Lager

    Unfiltered Helles Lager

About the brewery

In 1824 a small country brewery in Grevenstein, Germany, began brewing beer conforming to the German Purity Law. Over 180 years later it had evolved into one of the most modern private breweries in Europe: C. & A. VELTINS.

This unique success story behind the family run company, now in the fifth generation, is based on investment strength, farsighted enterprise, and a corporate culture moulded by both team spirit and the highest quality claims in equal measure. To this very day, this premium beer is still being brewed exclusively from the highest quality ingredients – malt, hops, yeast, and purest spring water – strictly in compliance with the Purity Law of 1516. The water from the mountain springs all around Grevenstein is unusually soft. For VELTINS, this has been one key reason for brewing exclusively beer according to the Pilsener tradition since 1926: VELTINS Premium-Pilsener.

Yet this success story began a lot earlier. In 1852 the founding father Clemens Veltins took over a small country brewery in the Upper Sauerland village of Grevenstein where he served not only his own guests, but also many of the taverns in the surrounding area with 150 hectolitres of beer a year. Since 1994, Susanne Veltins of the fifth generation has been continuing this successful story of the C. & A. VELTINS brewery.

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