Brauerei Stuff was founded in 2016. It will shortly bring out its fifth beer
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The Stuff Brauerei is bringing out a new honey beer in partnership with honey schnapps producer Mellis, Paperjam reported on Friday.
Founded in 2016, the microbrewery is riding the wave of a new trend for craft beers. After launching its four initial products, the brewery will shortly release “Zingy”, a seasonal light and fresh beer with delicate and subtle ginger flavours.
Stuff Brauerei was borne out of a chance meeting between Joseph Hallack-Wolff and Antoine Biasino at a festival in Ghent, where they both find the beer undrinkable. Fate would have it that the two young men lived in Luxembourg. At the time, Joseph was pursuing a master brewer training course at a professional institute in Arlon, while Antoine was looking to retrain after working for eight years in finance.
Today, the brewery has capacity to brew up to 450 litres of beer per week. Among the range are Knights in White Satin, inspired by Belgian and German white and blonde beers; Grande Ducale, an amber red ale using hops grown on the same land as the Sauvignon Blanc; Revolution IPA; and Black Widow, a robust porter.