It was in 1615 that Willem Neerfeldt, Groenlo’s local brewmaster, first brewed Grolsch. Soon after, his son-in-law Peter Cuyper introduced a brewing technique that used two different hops at different stages of the brewing cycle – resulting in superior aroma and flavor for the beer, and acknowledgement as ‘Master of the Brewers Guild’ for him.

This heritage of mastery is still evident in this Dutch icon today, and is most clearly evidenced through its unique swing-top closure and embossed bottle. Grolsch is a beer of exceptional craftsmanship and mastery.