The history of...Brouwerij Andelst Hughe

iKi beers are brewed by the Andelst Huyghe Brewery in Belgium. The origin of iKi beer sounds like something you would hear from a stranger in a pub. Dutchman Arjen Hemelaar lived in a Japanese monastery for three years, which in itself, is already quite unusual. He took this experience home with him and rather than starting a dojo or a sushi restaurant, he brewed beer. And we have to say, the results are impressive. Hemelaar uses green tea and yuzu, a Japanese fruit, in his brews. This brewer shows that nothing is impossible in the world of beer.

Brouwerij Andelst Hughe

Available at Beerwulf Beers of this brewer

Iki Ginger

Pale Ale | 5,5% | 33 cl

€ 2,19
Temporarily sold out

Iki Yuzu

Pale Ale | 4,5% | 33 cl

€ 1,99
Temporarily sold out