Grolsch - Lager - 5.0% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)

Grolsch - Lager - 5.0% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)

Regular price €250.00
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Regular price €250.00
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Grolsch - Lager - 5.0% ABV, 50l Keg (88 Pints)



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Date on Keg
TBC

Price
Price above is for keg only - VAT included

Coupler 
A Type

Suitable Gas Mixes
50/50
Co2
75/25

Keg
50L - Steel - 62.45 kg full

Diameter
50L - Diameter Ø 394mm Height 532mm




Brewer's Notes

"Grolsch Brewery (Koninklijke Grolsch N.V. - "Royal Grolsch"), known simply as Grolsch is a Dutch brewery founded in 1615 by Willem Neerfeldt in Groenlo. In 1895 the de Groen family bought the brewery. They had started their own brewery in Cuijk the Netherlands in the early 19th century. It held a significant stake until November 2007. It is located today in Enschede and has been a part of the SABMiller group since March 2008. It was awarded the Koninklijk (Royal) title in 1995.

The Grolsch brewery was founded in 1615 in Groenlo. The town of Groenlo was then known as Grolle, hence the name Grolsch, meaning 'of Grolle'. Grolsch is best known for its 5% abv pale lager, Grolsch Premium Pilsner. The brewery was first operated by Willem Neerfeldt. Neerfeldt's son-in-law, Peter Sanford Kuyper, later took over. Grolsch was, as of February 2006, the second largest brewer in the Netherlands (after Heineken) with annual production of 320 million litres. The domestic market comprises fifty-one per cent of total production.

Grolsch is the 21st largest provider of beer in the world, and is available in 70 countries. Grolsch focuses primarily on the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. These primary markets make up 78 per cent of Grolsch's international sales (by volume). Grolsch Premium Pilsner is by far the most important beer in its international profile, while its Amsterdam brand grew by 40 per cent in 2006

Though built as a secondary facility, the Enschede brewery over the years became the main producer of Grolsch. This brewery was heavily damaged during a fireworks explosion on 13 May 2000. The brewery in Groenlo has closed and a new brewery in Boekelo, near Enschede (replacing both the Groenlo and the old Enschede affiliate) was opened in 2004."




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Things You Understand By Buying This Product

  • I am responsible to ensure my gas and beer system is balanced correctly.
  • I am responsible to ensure my gas and beer system is leak free.
  • I am responsible for technical mistakes I may make with equipment.
  • Keg dispense requires specialist equipment, reading, learning and listening.
  • I agree to report any fault with this item within 2 working days of purchase.
  • I agree to make every effort to return the item for inspection within 5 working days if there is a fault.