by Nathan Hak Beer Journalist at Beerwulf
Trial packNew year, new beers
What's better than new beers to start the new year? The answer is easy: nothing. So don't hesitate and get ready to taste some great beers and dive in the pool of golden bubbles. Luckily for you we have put together a great pack, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy what will surely be a great discovery.
To make it easier for our Wulf friends, we have put together a great pack of 12 beers, guaranteed to make yours the best tasting of the season.
The pack contains 12 different beer styles, including a few naughty surprises. For example, beer lovers will be blown away by Emelisse’s Espresso Stout. They’ll soon discover that espresso and stout make for a heavenly combination.
How about a beer tasting?
Trying new beer is fun, tasting them even funnier. Share six beers with one or two friends and sip on some water in between to cleanse your palette.
- Start off with Budels Honing. It’s a bottom-fermented beer brewed with honey (as the name suggests). It makes a sweet and more sophisticated alternative to festive treats!
- Then try the Noordtsingel by Brouwerij Noordt in Rotterdam. We at Beerwulf love it, because it is low in alcohol but high in flavour.
- It’s always a good moment to celebrate eternal youth. That's why we’re tasting Lellebel, a blond beer by De Eeuwige Jeugd (Eternal Youth).
- Lowlander beers are inspired by the many maritime journeys Dutch sailors made in centuries gone by and the herbs and spices they brought back with them. This is the time of the year to make travelling resolutions, so start sipping the Lowlander IPA, brewed with a pinch of coriander and white tea.
- It ain't a tasting without a Trappist beer. Achel Bruin is brewed by the monks of the St. Benedictus Abbey. This dark-brown beer is fruity and spicy with a full, sweet body.
- Close the session with Zuster Agatha by Muifel Brewery. It’s a typical quadruple: sweet with notes of dried fruit. With 10% alcohol, it’s the perfect way to end your beery discovery.