DeBrouwschuur, Welcome to the Martin Robotics family!
The Netherlands is now home to the 1st European installation of the 8 SHOOTER at DeBrouwschuur Brewery in Weert.
Come & check our 1st European installation! If you find yourself in Amsterdam, and you can’t stand anymore scenic sightseeing, I recommend you head South to Weert. Now you’ll have to suffer painfully picturesque views for the drive down, but, when you get to Weert, HET BIER STROOMT (THE BEER IS FLOWING)! As of the date of this post, De Brouwschuur taproom has just opened! It will be worth your time to visit this lovely town & friendly brewery.
Europe beats the US hands down for an abundance of beautiful historic building. That is a fact which hip dudes like Erwin -one of the DeBrouwschuur owners- know well. The fine founders of De Brouwschuur renovated an industrial property on 145 Service Road in Weert. Now, I’m not saying just how old this particular structure is, but I will say that Weert has been a recognized city since 1414. Can you even wrap your mind around that? Wow. You know what else is a staggering number? The massive amount of cement De Brouwschuur team required to pour their floor. 83 cubic meters! (or for us imperialist who can’t get beind the logic of the metric system, that +108 cubic yards). Whichever measurement system you use, that is a lot of cement.
Cement is far from the only thing in large supply at De Brouwschuur. They are home to 9 -count them!, yes 9!- big, shiny, beautiful 1,000L tanks! What’s that mean? It means a heck of a lot of beer! Believe me, Eric had a wonderful time working with Erwin and his friends at the brewery, doing the installation, training, and bottling a heck of a lot of beer. However, a good time was had with some sampling after the work was done too! Luckily for Eric, a delightful hotel was within walking distance at the Golden Tulip. If you are going to Weert to see De Brouwschuur, I suggest you look into this nice accommodations. Of course, a notable difference between the Netherlands and the majority of the United States, is that we have been so slow to adopt and fully implement two-wheeled travel. Although Eric didn’t rent a bicycle while in Weert, but had he, there would have been ample bike parking. I am still chuckling about the mental image of Eric biking back and forth from the brewery to the hotel with his toolbox on his back. I can’t be the only one who finds that entertaining, right?
DeBrouwschuur– 1st of many European Installations to come
So while we welcome De Brouwschuur with open arms to the Martin Robotics family as our 1st European Installation, we also look forward to bringing them some brewery brothers and sisters in bottling in the near future. Do you want to find out more about Martin Robotics overseas delivery? Contact us now and Sarah will be happy to discuss how your European, South American, or Australian delivery will work. Or go here to request a Quote now.