Brouwerij 't IJ
Logo of Brouwerij 't IJ
|Owner(s)||Bart Obertop and Patrick Hendrikse|
Brouwerij 't IJ (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌbrʌuʋəˈrɛi ət ɛi]; English: The IJ Brewery) is a small brewery in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located in a former bath house named Funen, next to the De Gooyer windmill. The brewery was opened by Kaspar Peterson, a former musician, in October 1985 and was one of several small breweries that opened in cities around the Netherlands in respose to consumers' dissatisfaction with beer brewed by the larger companies. It currently brews eight standard beers and three seasonal beers, besides limited edition beers.
The brewery allows tours and tastings, and has a pub with an outdoor terrace.
The eight standard beers are:
- Flink (4.7%)
- Plzeň (5%): hoppy and floury blond pilsener
- Natte (6.5%): a brown/red dubbel
- IJwit (6.5%): white beer
- I.P.A. (7%)
- Zatte (8%): yellow/gold tripel
- Columbus (9%): amber with lots of hop
- Struis (9%): sweet and dark
The three seasonal beers are:
- IJbock (6,5%): dark bock beer
- Paasij (7%): amber coloured springbock
- IJndejaars (Varies per year) (9%)
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- Beers - Seasonal, Brouwerij 't IJ. Retrieved on 29 April 2014.
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