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The Netherlands are not exactly known as a big producer of hops. Apart from some breweries that have hopfields there also are a few people who decided to grow their own hops.
Beer is very well-suited to almost any dish that you can think of. Pairing barrel-aged beers with food is a whole different story, but that is exactly what a recent pairing event in the Netherlands was all about.
There is a growing number of registered PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) wine regions in the Netherlands. This registration system has been set up by the European Union to protect regional products. Ambt-Delden is one of them and received its PDO-status in 2019.
Innsbruck is located in between Bavaria to the north, Italy to the south and the rest of Austria to the east. It offers a mix of traditional breweries and beer styles but also some newer ‘craft’ breweries and beers.
Only a handful of winemakers in the Netherlands dare to produce natural wines. Dutch family winery Domein Aldenborgh dares to do so in the utmost southern part of the province of Limburg.
Imagine opening your new business and having to close your doors again after only eleven days. That's what happened to Puik Bieren when the Netherlands went into its first lockdown due to COVID-19.
Stokerij Sculte is a small craft distillery that produces Dutch Single Malt Whisky and other spirits. It is located in a former monastry in Ootmarsum in the region Twente, close to the German border and was founded by Gerard Velthuis.