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Lowlander beer food pairing

Beer & Food Pairing

Beer and food other than pizza or a burger might not be the first choice for most, but a whole new...

Lowlander Beer Botanicals Grapefruit

Forbidden Grapefruit

The grapefruit might never have made it into our Pale Ale if it hadn’t been for Captain Shaddock, a 17th century English...

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Bloody Blood Orange

Just like an ordinary orange, this beautiful fruit is round and fresh, but there the similarities end. The blood orange we...

Lowlander Beer Botanicals Sumac

Citrusy Sumac

You might have heard of sumac before: either because your parents listened to the kitschy voice of singer Yma Sumac back...

Lowlander Beer Spicy Cake Recipe

Spicy ginger and dates cake – Cooked with botanicals

Whether you’re celebrating something or not: bake this cake. The ultimate spicy ginger treat well-balanced with the sweetness of fresh and sticky...

The Monkey Punch

The Monkey Punch The Monkey Punch is a Beertail that turns a traditional 16th century punch recipe to a sharing Beertail...

‘Kopstoot’, a centuries old Dutch tradition

The “kopstoot”, or “head butt” in English is the most sophisticated way of enjoying a shot with a beer. This centuries...

Poorter cake by Kitchen Exile

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...

How to select a tasty craft beer? 5 essential tips to get you going

How to select a tasty craft beer? At Lowlander, we encourage our people to hop on the bandwagon and explore a...

Lowlander Beer | White Tea

Wondrous White Tea

White tea; the botanical that almost caused the downfall of an empire. We don’t blame your skepticism but our sources tell...