Excuse us for the terrible joke but last weeks opening party celebrating Amsterdam Made’s new home at Bouncespace has left us feeling a little cheesy. To welcome them as our new neighbours we got involved with the action by creating an immersive Lowlander experience. In the heart of Made’s brand spanking new showroom guests were thrilled to find our little Golden-age grotto. Teaming with antiques and the heady scent our favourite botanicals it was not to be missed.
After a face-to-face encounter with some of the fragrant herbs and exotic spices that make our beer so special visitors were treated to their first sip of a Lowlander Beer. We were chuffed to see smiles all around, everybody loved it. Visitors were also regaled with some of the tales which have inspired our beer. These stories and a desire to share the rich brewing heritage of the Netherlands with the world are a huge part of what makes us so passionate about Lowlander Beer. We hope to share them with more of you soon.
A party is nothing without fabulous attendees and Made’s party had plenty of them thanks to the work of Fuse Communication. We loved sharing our beer with some new faces. This is one of our favourite parts of the job, meeting people and interacting with like-minded friends. As a new business we’re lucky enough to meet visionaries everyday and bask in a collective pool of excitement. Then again, it’s not difficult to be excited when we genuinely love our beer.
The party was also a great opportunity for us to catch up with some of the other residents at Bouncespace. Bos Iced-tea were serving up our favourite non-alcoholic tipple whilst the fabulously talented guys from Bubblekid complimented us for our on-trend barnets. After finishing the night with an espresso courtesy of Lot61 (indisputably the best coffee in town) we reluctantly peddled home to rest up and prepare for another hectic day.
This was the first of many opulent events we are going to be involved with. Follow us on Facebook to make sure you don’t miss the next one. It’s sure to be gezellig.
Photo credits: Fuse Communication