We are all about carefully selecting ingredients, strictly adhering to production standards and learning about new brewing trends.
It was the love of good beer that led to the creation of Gletcher Brewery in the Russian town of Klin in 2011. We want to share our passion with other people though what we brew.
We like to experiment and have worked with leading players in the beer market, both in Russia and abroad. While chasing new experiences, we make sure not to forget about quality. At Gletcher Brewery, we use carefully selected ingredients, strictly adhere to production standards and test each beer batch at our certified laboratory. We are constantly working to improve our brewery and looking to further enrich our knowledge about beer.
Eight of our beers have been approved by The Vegan Society and are allowed to feature the Vegan Trademark on their labels. We love animals and try to avoid using animal-derived ingredients. Also, our products don't contain any genetically modified organisms.
Thanks to our wide distribution network, you can find our beers not only at craft beer bars but also at various retail locations.
In 2019, we organized and held the largest craft beer festival in Russia in collaboration with the town administration of Klin. The event was attended by 15,000 people.
Since 2018, we’ve been registering our beers with the Vegan Trademark, managed by The Vegan Society. Currently, eight of our beers have been approved by this organization.
CRAFT BEER FESTIVAL IN KLIN, 2019
Our mission is to develop a beer drinking culture in Russia and show the wide diversity of this drink by using our brews as an example. Our creative approach allows us to experiment with new beer styles, interesting ingredients and the aging process in casks.
WE BREW LAGERS, STOUTS, KRIEK, WITBIER AND ALES. FOR US, THESE ARE NOT JUST SOME WORDS RELATED TO BREWING, THEY REPRESENT FLAVORS AND QUALITY WE STRIVE TO MAINTAIN.
You can see this for yourself by visiting our production facilities and getting acquainted with our working methods →