Partners & participants

Welcome to the Eiwitcampus!

The Eiwitcampus offers plenty of space for the development and processing of various sources of vegetable and animal protein production, such as lupins, brew-hops, buckwheat, Dutch soy, algae, insects and even snails. In addition, Eiwitcampus also offers opportunities for innovation, research and the cultivation of “old”, rediscovered protein sources. For economic or even political reasons, leguminous plants, such as different varieties of beans and peas, have disappeared from the food landscape. These crops not only provide a high nutritional value, even in unprocessed form, but they also fix nitrogen from the air. Circular agriculture in practice!

Eiwitcampus Beers is a concept of which your organization can also be a part of. Whether you are looking for an office, meeting room, business or storage space, a laboratory for research or agricultural land to conduct experiments. We offer start-ups, scale-ups and established companies countless opportunities for entrepreneurship and further development. Do you have an idea that is innovative within the agri-food sector, but is it not directly related to protein production? Even then you are welcome!

Do you like to work in an inspiring, rural environment with a rich agricultural history and are you curious about the possibilities? Please feel free to contact us!

Ingang Eiwitcampus Beers


At eWoodz they believe in green and circular innovation. Their mission is to contribute to a greener world and make that possible for everyone! With innovative worm hotels they offer tools for a green future. This is not only fun, but pays for itself in many ways. Everyone has kitchen waste that you can turn into black gold with the worm hotel yourself. When you see your waste turn into vital earth for your own rack with fresh garden herbs, your own apple tree or houseplant, you experience that your earth is alive!

AgriFood Capital and AgroProeftuin de Peel

Although Eiwitcampus Beers is a private initiative, we have had a pleasant collaboration with AgriFood Capital and AgroProeftuin de Peel from the very beginning. Our joint ambition, to build a future-proof agriculture in our province of North Brabant, connects us. In practical terms, we strive for collaboration and interaction with AgroProeftuin de Peel, giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to develop innovations in agro-food that contribute to a circular agricultural system.


Agro Proeftuin de Peel

Arista Bee Research

The honey bee dies en masse. Pesticides are often identified as the cause, but according to Arista Bee Research, bee deaths are mainly caused by a parasite: the Varroa destructor mite. That is why Arista Bee Research breeds bee colonies that remove the mites from the colonies themselves and thus become Varroa-resistant.

Basic Theory

Founder Do Bongers has decided to change course after a successful brewing career. She goes from fermenting beer in a glass to fermenting vegetables into something delicious on your plate.

Through natural fermentation, Basic Theory transforms raw fruits and vegetables into delightful, healthy and exceptional products. Do believes that with the magic of fermentation you cannot only brew tasty beers, but that with the fermentation of fruit and vegetables you can also make the world a better, more sustainable and healthier place. She wants to make every day better – and tastier!

Basic Theory


Giel Bongers of BrabantHop and his team want to help Dutch brewers to brew their beautiful beers with Dutch Hops. More and more consumers value local products and a short chain appeals to the imagination. BrabantHop offers the widest range of Dutch-grown hops in both pellets and flowers. For beers with a good story and a good feeling.

Multiphase Dryers

From potato steam peels to bean sprouts and from wheat starch to brewer’s grains; the agri-food sector has many perishable ‘wet residual flows’ that are now best used as wet animal feed. These residual flows, packed with nutrients such as fiber and proteins, now regularly end up in a co-digester. By drying them, they are suitable as an ingredient for food or concentrates and therefore a replacement for food crops. Multiphase Dryers is developing a dryer that can be powered with low-grade residual heat from the F&B sector, in order to produce an affordable dry product from residual flows on site.