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The Dockside Martini

The Dockside Martini This Lowlander Beertail has been created to pay homage to the Poorters working dockside in the Lowlands during...

Lowlander Beer Brewed with botanicals

Botanical Brewing: A Brief History

At Lowlander Beer we brew with botanicals for a number of reasons. Firstly we think it makes the beer taste better....

Ethereal Elderflower

Ever heard of the little old lady who lived in a shoe? How about the Elder Mother who lived in...

Courageous Curacao Orange

Much like our fearless explorer Barentsz, the courageous Curacao orange braved rough seas as well as unwelcoming temperatures before it...

Good old fashioned curry

We first met Thérèse at the launch of Justin Brown’s The Chippy in Amsterdam. On her blog Kitchen Exile she shares her culinary adventures in...

Our Vanilla ain’t ‘plain vanilla’

To describe our deep Poorter as ‘vanilla’ would be misleading indeed. When used as an adjective, it describes something that is...

LOWLANDER BEER AWARDED TWO FURTHER TROPHIES

Following the recent announcement of 3 gold and 2 bronze medals we have been awarded two further trophies at the 2016 International Beer...

international beer challenge awards medals

TRIPLE GOLD AT INTERNATIONAL BEER CHALLENGE

We have just discovered that our beers have been awarded multiple medals at the International Beer Challenge 2016. For 20 years the International Beer Challenge...

Beers, Botanicals & Bites – dinner at Hortus Botanicus

Our curiosity of botanicals has taken us to the Hortus Botanicus, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world, and...

Trail of the Beertail

At Lowlander Beer we have always been quite close to distillers and their wonderful creations; distilled spirits. Partly because personally we...