For such a creative brewer, Kees doesn’t seem to have too many staples in his portfolio; rather choosing to create and experiment whenever possible.
But his Farmhouse IPA quickly found a permanent place in the portfolio. And for that I’m pretty thankful as I really like this beer.
It is a lively little number, so be careful with the pour which reveals a hazy golden orange body giving a fruity and malty aroma with a background of ‘barnyard’ funk.
The beer is very much an IPA, showing a little early malt sweetness, quickly overtaken by a firm hop bitterness and some gentle spicing from the French saison yeast.
The high level of carbonation and super dry finish make this a real thirst-quencher, and one that you can sip away on through the afternoon.