Be it the brewery’s early days supporting a hospital in the 1400s or its modernization under fifth-generation brewer Charles Leclef, Brouwerij Het Anker’s walls have been witness to six centuries of history and family. Even the post-World War II hanging copper kettles are still used in production to this day.
Since Leclef gained control in the early 1990s, the brewery has undergone a rebirth of sorts. There is now a hotel on the grounds, a full-service restaurant, and of course the brewery itself has undergone state of the art modernization to ensure consistent, world-class products, such as the 100-point strong dark ale, Cuvée van de Keizer. The brewing community has taken note, resulting in countless accolades and awards from all over the world.
Inspired by the overwhelming successes of Schloss Eggenberg and Tucher Brau in Wetten Importers’ home market of Washington, DC and Northern Virginia, the European beer importer is excited to announce the upcoming nation-wide release of an all-new line-up of canned beer options from these two iconic breweries.Read More
A brief summary of how Wetten Importers is responding to the global COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the safety of our team as well as yours.Read More
In a move that pays homage to the company’s roots importing German-style breweries, Wetten Importers announced today a new partnership with Tucher Traditionsbrauerei (Tucher) of Nuremberg, Germany. The partnership will at first see American distribution of the Bavarian brewery’s line of iconic wheat beers year-round, with expansion to other portions of its portfolio in the future.Read More