Witbier Amsterdam, Netherlands Brewed by Brouwerij ’t IJ ABV 6.5 % , 330ml Organic Beer데 스트라우스보헬 레스토랑데 스트라우스보헬 레스토랑de Struisvogel Restaurant레몬향, 파인애플향이 지배적입니다.상큼하고 부드럽게 목구멍으로 쭈~욱 빨려들어갑니다.네덜란드 오가닉 레스토랑에서 비교적 만나기가 쉽습니다.
A full-bodied, Amsterdam wheat beer that is dangerously ‘moreish’. Slightly cloudy, it has a beautiful golden colour and a soft, foamy head. When we brew IJwit, we use wheat malt as well as barley malt, which is also how the beer gets its name. The wheat malt gives the beer a delightful, fresh flavour, and the addition of coriander and lemon during the brewing process produces a rich aroma of banana, citrus and spices. Topped off by a fine, slightly sweet aftertaste, IJwit is a delicious thirst-quencher. Alcohol percentage: 6,5% Drinking temperature: 6 – 8 graden
All our beers
All our beers are brewed in our brewery in Amsterdam . The draft beers come from the brewery to the Funenkade , next to the mill , and bottle beers come from the brewery to the Zeeburgerpad . All beers are unpasteurized and unfiltered.
For some time, all our beers were certified as organic, but we recently departed from our organic recipe in the case of some beers. The main reason why some beers are no longer organic lies mainly with the hops. Hops are one of the basic ingredients of beer, but it is a rather difficult crop to grow organically because it is very vulnerable to diseases. The bitter hop species are particularly vulnerable. This makes it extremely difficult to grow bitter hops organically, and only small quantities are grown in this way. If you want to brew beer using organic bitter hops, you have to choose from a limited number of species while ignoring other, non-organic hop species that have wonderful flavours. Not only that, the organic bitter hops often have to be imported from distant places such as New Zealand which are free from the diseases that can attack hops. Of course, you also have to think about how eco-friendly it is to bring your ingredients all the way from New Zealand in a diesel-powered ship. It was for these reasons that we switched to non-organic, bitter hop species for some of our beers. This means our Plzeň, IJwit, Paasij, IJbok, I.P.A. and IJndejaars beers no longer carry the organic seal of approval. Natte, Zatte, Columbus and Struis, on the other hand, remain organic as before.