Liquor, beer, and even wine have been made in the Netherlands for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. But a recent renewed interest in the craft has increased creativity at your local bar—everything from beer made from rainwater to hand-crafted liquors aging under the floorboards of a restaurant. So if you’re sick of the pilsner that’s always on tap or … [Read more…]
It rains a lot in the Netherlands, as anyone living here cannot have failed to notice. So why not do something useful with it? Molly Quell looks at a new beer brewed using rainwater. Read the rest of this article.
Beer brewing in the Netherlands dates back to the 9th century, though craft beer has recently experienced a considerable resurgence. Ever since Heineken won the gold medal for its pilsner at the World’s Fair in 1889, the Dutch have been known for that brewery and style, but there is much more to Dutch beer than … [Read more…]
Ventured into Delft for dinner or check out the Vermeer exhibition and want to stop off for a drink afterwards? The town has lots to offer, no matter your poison. But sometimes you have to get off the beaten path to find the best spots. Read the rest on Toten.
Delft has lots of great bars offering a wide beer selection. But which bars to choose and which beers to order? Molly Quell, Delta’s International Editor and beer lover, took on an evening on the town (and the next morning’s hangover) so she can share with you the best spots and some great Dutch beers. … [Read more…]