He was a daring guy, this Kunz von der Rosen. Cheeky, defiant and different. The founders of Kuehn Kunz Rosen liked the image of this historical figure from Kaufbeuren so much that they named their brand after him. Kunz was bold and Max Wägner and Wendelin Quadt are bold too!
Beer for Mainz
Mainz is not an easy place to be for beverage manufacturers. At least for those who don't produce wine. Max and Wendelin dared anyway: in 2013 they founded their own beer label with the name Kuehn Kunz Rosen. Both had experience as start-up entrepreneurs at the time, but not particularly good ones. It seems as if this duo was made for each other, because the project only succeeds with united forces. Wendelin is the head, Max the executive and the brewer. In this constellation and with beautiful labels that are in no way inferior to those of the wine industry, and even more beautiful beer, the two bold guys conquer the beer world. Both are of the opinion that Mainz can take a little good beer in addition to all the good wine.
Total work of art
The guys behind Kuehn Kunz Rosen are not only excellent brewers, but also bright minds when it comes to design. You can tell by the fact that they assessed their competencies correctly and, instead of despairing of the design themselves, have organized expert help in the form of Leonie Flöttmann. Since then, Leonie has conjured up the creative labels for creative beer. The Kerlig Hell camp, for example: on the simple label there is a guy according to the name. He is carrying a little court jester in his hand. It's the daring guy we already had, Kunz von der Rosen. In medieval paintings, the founder of the picture is often in the picture as a miniature figure, just like the Kunz here, who gave the beer his name. Hans and Wendelin are always clever. And talented, because their beers taste excellent and of course bold. Frank and frei, the makers behind Kuehn Kunz Rosen also dare to use unusual ingredients: in their Kuehn Kunz Rosen Oriental, for example, in addition to hops and malt, kumquats, barberries and exciting oriental spices have found their way into the kettle. And there is one thing we particularly agree with Max and Wendelin: the country needs bold beers!