With a history stretching back to 1882, Brouwerij Oud Beersel is not only one of the last remaining authentic lambic breweries in Belgium, it’s one of the oldest.
In 2002, upon hearing the brewery would be closing its doors, Gert Christiaens and his father, having been long-time patrons of the brewery, decided to take over the business. Their mission ever since has been to ensure the cultural and historical value of the brewery remains intact, and evolves to improve on the time-honored tradition of brewing lambic beer.
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
After a year that saw Brasserie Dubuisson change American importers and release yet-another cocktail-inspired beer, the Belgian brewery is kicking off a 2019 full of 250th Anniversary celebrations with a week full of events in the Mid-Atlantic that will double as the brewery’s official re-launch to the American market.Read More
Wetten Importers announced today the impending debut of a new web presence, to be headlined by a redesigned website. The website, built by Washington, DC creative agency Sabra Creative, will allow the importer of European beers to better support both its suppliers and distributors while enabling a better-informed consumer.Read More