In the early 90's, three partners had a vision to bring some of the finest beers and ales to the United States. The unique name of the company, Belukus, is an acronym for Belgium, United Kingdom, United States. Over the years, Belukus Marketing has thrived on providing excellent beers and ales to the US market along with excellent service. Whether you are a beer connoisseur or a novice, you will find that “something special” among our product line to delight your palate.
The Konig Brewery in Duisberg, Germany has grown from a small local brewery into one of the leading breweries with a highly qualified and motivated staff of almost 350 members. One thing that hasn’t changed is how Konig uses only excellent ingredients, such as hops from the best growing areas in the world and the finest barley malt.
Right from the founding of the two breweries in 1854 and 1858, innkeeper's son Johann Heinrich Jhring and Christoph Jakob Melchior placed a high value on excellent quality. To this day, purity, freshness and naturalness are the lived values that typify the highest product quality of Licher premium beers. In 1988, Licher becomes beer brand number one in the state of Frankfurt region, a position it holds to this day.
http://www.latisimports.comBrouwerij De Landtsheer, which crafts several of Belgium’s great beers under the Malheur label, is located in Buggenhout, northwest of Brussels. The President of the brewery, Manu de Landstheer, is an important and interesting figure in the Belgian beer world. He is from a long line of brewers, dating back to at least his great-great grandfather.
http://www.belukus.net/All of the highly popular beers at Bitburger Brewing Group adhere to the Germany Purity Law, which states that only water, yeast, barley and hops can be used during the brewing process. Founded in 1817, Bitburger gives consumers the quality they deserve from a premium beer.
Based just 30 miles east of Edinburgh in the coastal town of Dunbar, Belahaven Brewery is the largest regional brewery in Scotland. It takes its name from a Benedictine monastery located on a nearby island and can trace its commercial activity to 1719.