The brand history of Volfas Engelman can be traced back to 1853. It was originally a winery founded by the Jewish Volfas and the German Engelman, and later merged in 1927. Although the winery was "nationalized" during the Soviet occupation and the brand name Volfas Engelman was changed due to "political inaccuracy," the trademarks representing the wolf and lion of Volfas and Engelman respectively, and the wine barrels they guard together, but stood firm in the torrent of history. A reporter from the Central News Agency went to Kaunas, Lithuania's second largest city, earlier this month to interview Hoba Choskas at the "Beer Lab" of the Wofos Brewery and taste a variety of craft beers.
All Wolfsburg beers are brewed in Kaunas. The current site of the winery is within a 10-minute walk from Kaunas Railway Station. From Shadow Making the far side of the street, you can see a warm reminder in Lithuanian characters and a heart pattern on the huge fermentation tower: "Volfas Engelman loves you". This sentence is not casual. Although not the largest winery in Lithuania, Wolfos is one of the most popular brands in Lithuania, especially among female consumers. Marius Horbačauskas said, "Our customers love us, so we have to let them know that we love them, and that love is reflected in our products." arrow_forward_iosunderstand more Powered by GliaStudio He obtained the professional certificate of "Beer Sommelier" in Munich, Germany.
He has worked for Wolfsburg for 10 years, and is committed to enhancing the beer drinking culture and shaping the "gentleman" image of the Wolfsburg brand. He wants to make all circles realize that beer can be refined and elegant, and the professional threshold is no lower than that of wine. "We also expect ourselves to be gentlemen," Hobachoskas said. "A gentleman who respects himself and others will never compromise on quality in anything he does." In the past 10 years, the scale of Woffors' operations has tripled, Hobachoskas said, thanks to the recognition of the brand by the whole company, "Love what you do, and you will work hard to do it well."