The art of craft.
Each bottle of our craft beer and artisan spirits captures a flavor, a harvest, a season, a moment in time.
We honor those who put imagination, creativity and inspiration into their work. Our beer and spirits pair perfectly with a blank canvas, fertile soil, a blinking cursor, an empty plate or the hint of a spark in someone’s eye. The opportunity for art is everywhere.
We celebrate the artist in all of us.
We celebrate the art of craft.
-Excerpt from www.newhollandbrew.com
We live to add our own touch and ask if there’s a better way. As we tinkered, tested and tasted, we discovered that making beer was more art than science. And while we respect and honor tradition, we relish the opportunity to take it further. That freedom has allowed us to reinterpret brewing. And along the way help to reinvigorate the industry.
From bringing a hoppy twist to a porter, or developing a proprietary yeast for our amber ale, to creating a breakthrough gold medal-winning IPA.
-Excerpt from www.ballastpoint.com
We also have loads of Belgium brews!
Lindemans Brewery is well-known for the fruit brews they make. They won best fruit beer, International Beer Awards Hong Kong, 2009, for the Lambic Framboise.
St. Bernardus is a brewery founded in 1946 in Watou in Belgium. The St. Bernardus range is considered a close match in recipe and style to the St Sixtus beers, which can be hard to obtain outside the area.
Moortgat brewery was founded in 1871 by Jan-Leonard Moortgat, who was descended from a family of brewers that lived in Steenhuffel, Belgium. To commemorate the end of World War I, the Moortgats named their main beer Victory Ale. But during the 1920s, an avid drinker described the beer as "nen echten duvel" (a real devil in Brabantian Dutch) - perhaps in reference to its formidable alcohol content (8.5% ABV) - and the name of the beer was changed to Duvel.