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Oranjeboom Brewery

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Breda Beer Glass 000119B035 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 000162B046 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 000164B046 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 000179B027 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 000282B002 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 000420B040 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 001240B090 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 001530B107 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 001772B120 Breda Beer Glass 001897B062 Oranjeboom Beer Glass 001918B065 Klassiek 1628 Beer Glass 002572B149

Additional Information

The Oranjeboom Brewery was founded in Rotterdam in 1671. The brewery there closed in 1990, with production shifted to Breda. That brewery was sold to Interbrew in 1995 and was closed in 2004 by InBev (Interbrew's successor.) Production of the brand Oranjeboom was then moved to the Dommelsch brewery. In October 2013 Oranjeboom was relaunched as a "quirky" new European style lager.
Oranjeboom is also brewed in Faversham Kent under license by Shepherd Neame.
In New Zealand, Oranjeboom has been brewed under license by Lion Nathan since 2005
Some of the Brewery's Range
Oranjeboom Premium Pilsner - 5%
Oranjeboom Extra Strong - 8%
Oranjeboom Super Strong - 12%
Klassiek 1628 -

Over the years the brand identity is updated and re-launched with subtle changes, a change of Logo or a new font.
Sometimes this brand update is done by the new owners after a brewery has been sold, other times just to give the brand a fresh new look on the ever growing market.

Below are some notes to help identify some of these changes and an aid to reference the year of the glass.

Old Brewery Logo

Logo & Font

Old Brewery Logo

Logo & Font

Old Brewery Logo

Logo & Font
2000 to 2006

Old Brewery Logo

Logo & Font

Oranjeboom Beer Mat 1 Front Oranjeboom Beer Mat 1 Back

An Oranjeboom beer mat,
part of a collection given to me in September 2020
(Original date unknown)