Browar Artezan is one of the pioneers of craft beer in Poland
The craft beer scene of Poland is flourishing, and Polish microbreweries are gaining popularity among beer enthusiasts around Europe and beyond. And this is no wonder really, since there are several excellent microbreweries that produce quality beers with an aim in international craft beer market. The craft beer revolution in Poland started roughly 10 years ago, and the growth has been fast ever since, especially in late 2010s, before the pandemic hit. In this post we introduce Browar Artezan, one of the pioneers of craft beer in Poland. We had a pleasure to visit the brewery in late April 2022 and to interview one of the founders, Jacek Materski.
Browar Artezan was the first actual craft brewery of Poland
The first Polish artisan breweries were either small-scale home brewers or, like PINTA, nomadic breweries without their own brewing equipment. Browar Artezan was the first one to take the leap and build and an actual brewing facility, and has been an essential part of the craft beer revolution of Poland. Jacek Materski had fallen for craft beer during travels in Belgium and elsewhere around Europe, and first started small-scale home brewing in his own kitchen in the early 2010s. As the beers were tasty and gained popularity, Jacek, together with two other craft beer enthusiasts and home-brewers, decided to jump to something bigger, to establishing own microbrewery.
Classic craft beers and new flavours
Tasting Browar Artezan beers
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