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브루어리 Celis Brewery (Booth Num: )
Contact :+1 512-524-2377
Location :10001 Metric Blvd. Austin, Texas 78758
In the Spring of 1992, my father, Pierre Celis, flew from Belgium to the United States to start a new brewery in the great state of Texas. No one suspected that he carried something very precious, concealed in his tube socks. It was the original yeast strain Pierre had been using to brew his world-famous Belgian-style Wit beer for the past 30 years. And there was no way he was going to brew without it. The first Celis Brewery opened on July 11th in 1992. It was an immediate success. Turns out Texans really liked our beer! Before we “crazy Belgians” arrived, most Texans were drinking one of “the big three” brands on the market. The small craft breweries that we all know and love today simply did not exist. When Pierre Celis started brewing his beloved beer, he created a craft beer that changed everything. Exactly 25 years to the day it first opened, the legendary beer is back, better than ever at Celis Brewery 2.0. Along the way in the Spring of 2011, we lost my Dad. But Pierre’s spirit and his commitment to quality lives on—along with his original yeast strain. Welcome to the future, the legacy, the celebration, and the beer that started it all. Welcome to Celis Brewery. Sincerely,
CELIS WHITEThis isn’t just any Wheat Beer, it’s the legendary one, first brewed by world-renowned Belgian Brew Master, Pierre Celis, in 1965. This signature witbier sparkles with remnants of coriander and orange peel, that will take you back to the true taste, the first taste, made famous by the legendary “Father of Witbier.”
CELIS JUICY IPAKissed with citrus-forward hops, this hazy IPA will transport you to a tropical paradise with its accentuated aroma and sensational mouthfeel. Floral and fun, this approachable IPA brings hop lovers a juicy satisfaction, as well as helping new-to-IPA fans ease into their hop palate. Each sip will keep you thirsting for more.
CELIS PALE BOCKInnovation comes naturally to those born to brew. That’s how Christine Celis has revived her father’s Belgian Pale Bock recipe. This eclectic beer has an amber color and a warm rich flavor that lingers. It’s brewed with caramel malts and Saaz, Willamette and Cascade hops. This Belgian Bock is as rich, warm, & unique as Pierre Celis, the man who first made it.