Kronenbourg 1664 Beer is an exceptional tasting premium beer produced in France and sold everywhere! Kronenbourg has an ABV of 5% and best enjoyed day or night, with or without food but best served cold!
Geronimus Hatt, who got his Master Brewer's certificate in 1649, so he fired the Canon Distillery in the District of du Corbeau in Strasbourg. His first son, Claude, succeeded his dad in the trade in 1683. Nevertheless, the repeated flooding of the River Ill forced it and moved to a higher terrain of Cronenberg, a district of Strasbourg.
In 1922, the Hatt Distillery changed its name to Tigre Bock, the most well-known label of the Tiger Brewery it had obtained to become the dominant brewer in Alsace. After the Second World War, Kronenbourg enhanced the name of the company and began worldwide expansion. In 1970, it was obtained by industrial group BSN, along with the Société Européenne de Brasseries. In 1986, Kronenbourg joined with Kanterbräu.
In 1952, 1664 Kronenbourg Beer was advertised in celebration of the crowning of Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
British business Scottish and Newcastle plc obtained it in 2000 for £1.7 billion. April 2008, Scottish and Newcastle operations were sold to Carlsberg and Heineken, the latter acquiring Kronenbourg.
Its leading breweries are in Obernai and Champigneulles, although the Champigneulles site is now up for sale.
Kronenbourg 1664 Premium Beer is a 5.0% pale lager that was first brewed and distilled in 1952.
The leading Kronenbourg Beer 1664 distillery (did you know that that's where Kronenbourg also produces almost 300 additional beer labels) is in Obernai (France), but the name Kronenbourg is also fermented, in the United Kingdom by Heineken at its Manchester distillery, it is also distilled, in Australia by Coopers brand.
Other brands that they produce for include Kronenbourg Cold Premier 5.0%, 1664 Brune; Single Malt 6.1% abv; Kronenbourg Premier Cru 6.0% abv. , a super chilled variant on 1664, draught only, UK; Kronenbourg Blanc, a Fruity white beer with citrus notes; and Kronenbourg Red 4.2% abv.