The French are renowned for producing the finest gastronomic delights available, and when it comes to beer that is no exception. Fischer beers derive their great taste from centuries old Germanic brewing techniques, meshed with the passion of the French culture. Made with the finest natural ingredients – pure water from the underground wells and malt and grain from the fertile plains of the surrounding countryside — Fischer beer captures all that is exceptional of the French culture.
Fischer Brewery was founded in 1821 in Schiltigheim near Strasbourg, France, as a family business. Strasbourg is the heart of Alsace, and it is a cultural bridge between France and Germany. Historically, Strasbourg has always been a crossover of European business, culture and art. That is why it was chosen as the capital city of the European Union.
This region of France is also famous for its passion and tradition of brewing. This is due to its microclimate that gives a unique taste and excellent quality to the hops and barley grown here. It is also due to the famous character of Alsacians who never leave anything at random, and to the number of artisan and small breweries that created a well-known professional know-how in the region.
Next to this unique cultural and geographical location, Fischer has also built its reputation and savoir-faire with a consistent care for quality, applied since 1821, by several generations of brewmasters.