We'll have our very own Le Guess Who? Beer, in collaboration with De Kromme Haring

We'll have our very own Le Guess Who? Beer, in collaboration with De Kromme Haring

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We’re very happy to announce that we'll have our very own Le Guess Who? Beer for sale at the festival this year. In collaboration with one of Utrecht’s finest microbreweries, De Kromme Haring, we made an extremely fresh Session IPA. Well actually, Gijs en Stephen from De Kromme Haring made it, since beer-brewing isn't really our cup of tea. 

The Le Guess Who? x De Kromme Haring is a Session IPA with a soft, fruity yet very aromatic taste. The amarillo and citrus hop make it a slightly bitter beer, with a fruity tone of grapefruit and pine. The beer will be bottled just a week before the festival, so it will taste the best during the festival. Try it at our market Le Bazarre or at one of the (festival) locations listed below.

"We brewed this session IPA especially for Le Guess Who? 2017. We wanted the beer to be as fresh and exciting as the music, so we bottled it just days before the festival takes over the great city of Utrecht.
It is a beer that'll quench your thirst, but also lets the Amarillo & Citra hops sing. It'll surprise your tastebuds as much as the Music of Le Guess Who will surprise your ears." - De Kromme Haring

De Kromme Haring brew on a very small scale, and have the freedom to experiment with a wide range of radical and new flavors. Their brewpub is a true hidden gem in Utrecht. Besides a great collection of their own beers, it is a very vivid place with concerts and music events. Drop by their brewpub (Europaplein 2C) to hop on the groove. 

Curious to taste our beer? It will be available at the following locations:

De Helling
Bierman & Bierman
Stathe & co.
Theatercafé De Bastaard
Recordstore Plato (during Le Mini Who?)
Village Coffee (during Le Mini Who?)
Puha (during Le Mini Who?)
Hostel Strowis
Café Tilt
Restaurant Danel
Le Bazarre

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