Beers.
i.     Upcoming beers

ii.    Current beers

iii.   Special releases

iv.   Fermentation log

Our aim is to enrich the beer culture rather than repeating what other brewers are already doing. We take a lot of inspiration from historical brewing documents and half-forgotten traditions but we also like to make way forward by forging together elements from different beer cultures as well as through pure experimentation.

i.  Upcoming beers

Kind of beer. Description. ABV. Expected release.
Broomrider bokbier 6,5% sooner or later
Thunderhoney rye IPA 6,5% December
Ex Voto strong nuns’ ale 9% December
The Last Possession amber ale 5% January

ii.    Current beers
THE REVENANT



A sweet, fruity Christmas ale with notes of currants and ginger backed by nutty malts and a touch of chocolate.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast. Adjuncts.
THE REVENANT Christmas ale 6,5% 1,067 ruby red low barley and wheat malts, unmalted wheat Spalt, Hersbrucker, Saaz top fermenting multistrain candi sugar, ginger, grains of paradise
LIPREADER MMXIV



Lipreader is brewed every year for the winter season. Loads of crystal malt and a bit of Swedish alder-smoked malt make the backbone around which the recipe changes every year. For this year’s edition we left out the roasted malts to make it more like a traditional British winter warmer. Expect toffee malts, a distinct fruitiness, and that woody/smoky note that is the hallmark of this beer.

Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast.
LIPREADER MMXIV old ale/winter warmer 7% 1,068 copper medium-high pale, caramel, biscuit and alder-smoked barley malts Pilgrim, Northdown triple top fermenting strain
HOPBUK II



English-style IPA brewed to Belgian strength. New edition with Admiral dryhops.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast.
HOPBUK II IPA 7,5% 1,070 amber high pale barley malt and wheat malt Admiral, Target, Challenger, Styrian Golding, Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Saaz, Kent Golding, Magnum single top fermenting strain
LA CONDITION HUMAINE



A liquid ode to JH Engström brewed for his exhibition Close Surrounding at Foam Museum. Dryhopped with Amarillo for an extra boost in the tropical fruit direction.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast.
LA CONDITION HUMAINE Pale Ale 6% 1,056 blond medium-high pilsner, amber and caramel barley malts Amarillo, Styrian Golding, Saaz, Target single top fermenting strain
TRESPASSER



Ärkan-style special bitter with a pronounced malty toffee character accompanied by mild fruitiness and hints of figs, orange zest and wood/leaves.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast.
Trespasser ÄSB 5,5% 1,056 copper medium pilsner, pale ale, caramel and chocolate barley malt, wheat malt Fuggle, Challenger, Target dual top fermenting strain

MISERY KING




A rich and fruity, somewhat spicy and fairly complex beer in the Belgian vein.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast. Adjunct.
Misery King strong amber ale 8% 1,070 amber low pilsner, amber and caramel barley malts Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Target dual top fermenting strain sugar

GREEN CAP




The original Amsterdam pale ale, available year round. Brewed with generous amounts of the finest East European hops for an exquisite floral citrus character and full flavour.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast.
Green Cap golden ale 6% 1,056 golden medium-high pilsner, amber and caramel barley malts Styrian Golding, Saaz, Target single top fermenting strain
REMEMBER: Watch for bottled on dates printed on the label. Green Cap is best when stored cool, out of light and consumed within nine months of the bottling date.

All our beers are unfiltered, unpasteurized, bottle conditioned and vegan.
FROM EARS TO TONGUES TO TAILS.

iii.  Special releases
Every now and then we release beers in smaller volumes and/or with limited distribution. Some of these these will also be available in our tasting room.
For a more complete list please look up the fermentation log1.
MONSTER SOUP XXXX




Imperial mild ale brewed according to a recipe from Truman’s brewery, London, dated 27/2/1832. A brew that surely saved many lives during the cholera epidemic that was raging in the city at this time. A thick, warming, estery beer with notes of dried fruits, fudge and molasses.
Premiering at the Vintage Beer Fest at Arendsnest Proeflokaal, Amsterdam, June 28th.

Limited Availability: Bottles only, limited edition.
Kind of beer. Style. ABV. OG. Colour. Bitterness. Grains. Hops. Yeast.
Monster Soup XXXX barley wine 10,8% 1,114 dark amber high mild ale barley malt East Kent Golding triple top fermenting strain