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Best European Breweries to Check Out Before 2018 Ends

28/08/2018

The European breweries brew some of the finest beer of the world. Find here an interesting array of Europe’s best breweries to check out before 2018 ends.

The American market of beer, today, is the largest with the highest number of breweries than any other country in the world. Over the past few years, many of the breweries have marched toward building and expanding Europe’s beer market. These breweries have changed the approach to match with popular brands and flavours. Let’s have a look at some of Europe’s Best Breweries to check out before 2018 ends.

BrewDog

BrewDog, Scotland

BrewDog is one of the largest breweries in Europe. Started in 2007, BrewDog has breweries in Scotland and the United States. A new site of $30 million has been planned in Brisbane, Australia. The two founders of this brewery, James Watt and Martin Dickie, have made the brewery’s achievement beyond impressive. The brewery also owns bars all around the world. The best beers from this brewery include Punk IPA, 5 AM Saint, Dead Pony Club and Jet Black Heart.

Omnipollo

Omnipollo, Sweden

Henok Fentie and Karl Grandin, the founders of Omnipollo, travel all around the world to brew beers in different facilities, in collaboration with other breweries. Omnipollo was founded in 2011 and now has global recognition. There are several beers of Omnipollo that you must try, i.e. Strawberry Milkshake IPA, Yellow Belly Peanut Butter Biscuit Imperial Stout, and Original Blueberry Slab Cake Ice Cream.

Cloudwater Brew Co

Cloudwater Brew Co, England

Cloudwater Brewery started in Central Manchester in 2014. The only aim of this brewery is creating tasty, seasonal craft beer. The brewery has been recognized in RateBeer’s list of the top 10 breweries in the world. By focusing on quality, flavours and seasonal batches, the brewery is contributing in the beer culture change in the UK. Cloudwater’s IPAs are world-famous and you should definitely try them.

Cantillon

Cantillon, Belgium

Cantillon was found back in 1900. This is one of the very few traditional Belgium breweries. Much of the equipment used in production hasn’t been changed during the last 100 years. This world-famous brewery is known for making several best sour beers, today. Beers worth the try in Cantillon are Cantillon Gueuze and Cantillon Kriek-Lambic.

Magic Rock Brewing

Magic Rock Brewing, England

Magic Rock Brewing is inspired by local brewing traditions and the vibrant US craft beer scene. The brewery was started in 2011 by Richard Burhouse. Besides a unique core range, Magic Rock also produces distinctive beers with an innovative quality driven approach. Rich Norgate, a local designer, is a backbone of the modern and contemporary look for this brand. The beers of Magic Rock Brewing are now consumed all over UK and exported to around 25 countries worldwide.

Stone Brewing

Stone Brewing Berlin, Germany

Stone Brewing was found in San Diego, and now the new site in Berlin is open. With this smart move, the Stone Brewing is set to make its mark on Europe. The campus of Stone Brewing Berlin includes the main hall with 3,200 square meter Bistro and Gardens. If you ever visit this brewery, don’t forget to try the Fruit IPAs, they are amazing.

Beavertown

Beavertown, England

Beavertown, the brewery in England lead by Logan Plant, is a huge part of UK’s craft beer scene. The brewery is famous for its colourful artwork, tasty beer and collaboration with breweries like Other Half, Modern Times, and Dogfish Head. The huge event of Beavertown Extravaganza in London is hosted by this brewery. This beer is dedicated to crafting beer lovers. The must-to-try beers of this brewery are Gamma Ray Pale Ale and Black Betty Black IPA.

Tiny Rebels

Tiny Rebels, Wales

One of the most successful and fast-growing breweries in Wales, Tiny Rebels started in 2012 and has won numerous awards on a domestic and global level since then. The brewery ships to more than 35 countries and is going to enter U.S. market soon. The popular beers of this brewery are Welsh red ale, CWTCH and Juicy.

Wild Beer Co

Wild Beer Co, England

There is a philosophy behind the Wild Beer Co – to make craft beer lovers interested in traditional sour beer; you have to take a modern approach to the particular category. Wild Beer, for its beers, uses natural ingredients and wild yeast from its surrounding area.

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