On the brewery links page you will find many links to breweries, sorted by country.
Where countries are to small, or the total amount of breweries are to small, countries are been merged together, or placed together in one region.
The countries are structured as much as possible according to ISO 3166-1 and the administrative areas as much as possible according to ISO 3166-2.
Some samples are:
Denmark, Faroe Islands and Greenland
France and Overseas Territories
England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Overseas Territories
The Netherlands and Overseas Territories
United States of America:
The United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and Puerto Rico
You have the possebility to sort on administrative area (province/state/region, etc...).
Also you can export the links to an PDF or Excel (CSV) file.
To read PDF files, currently Foxit Reader from version 3.1 and up, and Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.0 and up are supported.
For reading Excel files you need Microsoft Office, LibreOffice or OpenOffice. We have noticed that LibreOffice is giving the best results to read Excel files.
On the brewery pages you find some symbols, please find out here what they mean:
Logo from the brewery, click to see the brewery logo.
Phonenumber of brewery in international format, please move mouse over to see the number.
Mail adres of the brewery, click to send email to them.
Additional information about the brewery, or some words from the brewer himself, please move you′re mouse over the button to see them.
The brewery is known with one or more of his beer styles in the beer database, by clicking on the symbol you get connected to this database.
New added brewery for this month.
Update on brewery.
Visit the Facebook page from this brewery.
Visit the Untappd website from this brewery.
Visit the Instagram website from this brewery.
Visit the Twitter website from this brewery.
Visit the Youtube website from this brewery.
Visit the TripAdvisor website from this brewery.
Read the Wikipedia article of this brewery.
The location of the brewery in Google Maps, click to open Google Maps.
The symbols new and/or updated are used during the running month.
Breweries are also indicated in size, the following names are used for this:
Commercial brewery> 7,000,000 Hectoliters
Does not have its own brewing equipment
Produces between 2,000 and 17,000 hectoliters
Produces approximately up to 2,000 hectoliters
Produces several hundred hectoliters on an annual basis
Produces mainly for own consumption in the pub
Produces for own use in a pub or restaurant
Brewery managed by Trappists or controlled by Trappists
Leases brewing capacity to client breweries
Brews mainly for own consumption
Focused on holding workshops in which beer is brewed together (with own boilers)
It is also possible to search for brewery links here in the database.