About Brasserie Champigneulles
Built in 1897, Brasserie Champigneulles is the oldest French brewery, thanks to the passionate Antoine Trampisch and Victor Hinzelin. However, it is said that the plant is much older…
According to St Arnold’s legend – patron saint of Lorraine’s brewers, around the year 640 thirsty pilgrims transporting his relic discovered barrels filled of cervoise beer right on the site where Brasserie Champigneulles remains nowadays.
Brasserie Champigneulles is well established and has a long-standing reputation. It has been Tour de France’s official sponsor during the 1950’s 1960’s and sponsor of the 1968 Olympic Games, and is still today a prized and renowned local beer.
The brewery makes regular investments and grows sustainably, with, to this date, a production capacity of 4Millions HL. Part of TCB Beverage Gmbh group since 2006, Brasserie Champigneulles continuously develops new recipes to win beer lovers’ hearts.