Brands

Great Lakes Brewing Company

In the 1870s, Cleveland had 30 breweries. By the early 1980s, the last one had shuttered its doors. So when brothers Patrick and Daniel Conway opened Great Lakes Brewing Company on September 6, 1988, it not only signaled a new era in Cleveland brewing, it was also the first microbrewery in the state of Ohio. And the idea of a craft brewery in Cleveland caught on fast, as curious patrons hurried in for a pint crafted in the styles of old and drawn from the taps of the beautiful Victorian era bar. Their commitment to sustainable business practices greatly contributed to the brewery's early popularity and success.

Hacker-Pschorr

The history of Hacker-Pschorr can be traced back as far as 1417 in Munich, the cradle of the world-famous art of brewing. The name Hacker-Pschorr stands for a Munich brew tradition crafted over centuries, and acclaimed far beyond the borders of Bavaria throughout the entire world. As a brewer focused on quality, Hacker-Pschorr of course brews in accordance with the Bavarian Reinheitsgebot or Beer Purity Law. Today, the company produces fifteen different products.

Heineken Brewing Company

Heineken International is a Dutch brewing company, founded in 1864 by Gerard Adriaan Heineken in Amsterdam. As of 2012, Heineken owns over 190 breweries in more than 70 countries and employs approximately 66,000 people. It brews and sells more than 170 international premium, regional, local and specialty beers, including Cruzcampo, Tiger Beer, Żywiec, Starobrno, Zagorka, Birra Moretti, Ochota, Murphy’s, Star and Heineken Pilsener. From a single brewery founded almost 150 years ago, Heineken International has grown into a global business with the world’s most valuable international premium beer brand.

Hofbräuhaus München

The Staatliches Hofbräuhaus in München (state court-brewery in Munich, also Hofbräu München) is a brewery in Munich, Germany, owned by the Bavarian state government. The Hof (court) comes from the brewery's history as a royal brewery in the Kingdom of Bavaria. The brewery owns the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, the Hofbräukeller and the second largest tent at the Oktoberfest (Hofbräu-Festzelt). It is Hofbräuhaus München's firm endeavor to continue along their path, both as a traditional Munich brewery and as an international ambassador of Munich's art of brewing and beer culture.

Hopothesis Beer Company

Hopothesis Beer Company has always been intrigued by how art and science come together in the brewery; there are very complex chemical and biological reactions going on throughout the beer making process. The art side is "sexy and fun," so most breweries tend to lean in that direction, but as Hopothesis Beer Company points out, "where's the love for the science?" Whether it’s science, nature, math, or 80’s pop culture – the brewers at Hopothesis love to be enlightened, especially with brewing beer. It takes a ton of expertise to create balanced and approachable, while at the same time interesting beers, and that is what Hopothesis is dedicated to achieving.

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