Craywinckelhof brims over with history. The roots go back more than 100 years, to 1893, when Germaan Van Obbergen started a small farm brewery between Leuven and Diest. The project was short-lived though, because during WWI the Germans confiscated all the brewing equipment.
In 2010, the fifth generation took the helm with Louis Schrevens. With a heart for brewing and a head filled with ambition, he breathed new life into the brewery. They brew private beers and distillates with great passion. Their own beer KraaiKe, a strong Hageland beer, is too delicious not to taste.