Low alcohol. High performance.
Planning on driving, jumping rings of fire or wrestling grizzly bears?
We Recommend having a Stunt Double. Our refreshing and rich Non Alcoholic IPA gets you through the toughest of challenges with style, flavor and without breaking a sweat!
Loads of Mosaic hops power its fruit-forward flavor – aromas of mango, stone fruits, limes and fresh herbs are present. Add that to a clean malt profile and a really crisp body – and you get the perfect, summery, low-alcohol IPA!
Wakey Wakey, Hops ’n Bakey
MC² is Photon’s big brother. We literally took Photon’s hopping rate and squared it. This DIPA is our tribute to the amazing relationship that energy and mass are balanced, proportional to the speed of a photon squared. It pours a hazy tangerine color, releasing bright tropical notes of mango, pineapple, and apricot. MC² tastes like succulent mango juice loaded with chewy hop resins. It’s very drinkable for 8.0%; be careful, this one can sneak up on you.
Enter the Matrix
We know you’re out there. We can feel your thirst from here. This NEIPA is super smooth with tones of tropical fruits and even some red fruit notes coming from European hops.
Just like in the Matrix, this NEIPA is stuck between two worlds. It’s stronger than our Blurred Lines, but not as strong as a DIPA.
The beer Kompaan was born to brew: Good times and good vibes The Levensgenieter. A no
hassle crisp New England IPA with attitude. Drink this one at your barbecue, at the bar, during
your date, during Holland-Germany, at the beach, on Saturday night, on Sunday afternoon, but
most of all how we like to envision: with each other. Cheers!
Bronze Medal – Dutch Beer Challenge 2021
Our new kid on the block. A tropical oddball. Chucked to the brim with fruity and piney hops. With and emphasis on to the brim: 3 basic hops and 3 dry hop sessions make this one a character to be reckoned with. With 6.0% abv he’s the charming older brother of the Levensgenieter. This party animal makes the scene wherever he appears: the Juicy Joker.
O’Hara’s West Coast IPA
O’Hara’s Hazy IPA
Something out of the ordinary. A
SOUR IPA! It’s fresh, a little spicy
and just a little less sour than our
We dry-hopped our Lemonhead
with Loral and Citra hops, adding
even more spicyness and earthly
tones to the beer, balanced out by
the addition of lemongrass.
With his very acceptable Alcohol
percentage this is going to be one
hell of a pacer on the terrace!
Battle Royale – Round 2: West Coast IPA
Round two is all about two West Coast Sharks – the crispy hammerhead AMARILLO and the bitter great White CASCADE
– tangled up in an epic gridlock with HBC 685 – a still undefined
sea-beast. All we know is that it definitely adds some edge and spice to the battle…
HBC 685 – Crop year 2019
14.9 – 15.6 % Alpha Acids
4.5 – 5.5 % Beta Acids
3.2 mL/100g Total Oil
Brewing Usage: Aroma
Aroma Descriptors: Tropical, Citrus, Herbal
Press the button, go ahead. What are you waiting for? Your mama’s not coming this time. Don’t slow down. Hammer it.
Start with huge grapefruit aroma. Pile on more bitterness than the human palate (or nipple) can detect, ride the anarchy and caramel craziness and let the devastatingly bitter finish drill straight through your taste buds.
Put a bullet in the head of mediocrity, raise hell and revel in bitter craft awesomeness. This beer is the end of the line. The hopped-up, puckered mouthed extreme of craft brewing. This beer is bitter. Very bitter. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Malt: Extra Pale
Hops: Amarillo, Centennial, Citra, Columbus, Simcoe
It’s a Lagær
What’s a LAGÆR? It’s Viking for lager, little heathens! This clean, crisp wild beast will have you barking at the moon. In Old Norse ‘Viking’ means ‘a pirate raid’. So consider our LAGÆR a ‘lager raid’, or at least a lager upgrade. Sipped by civilized folk in sophisticated glasses and not drink out of the skulls of your enemies. Tyr!
Malts: Pilsner & Vienna Malt
Hops: Tettnagner & Perle
We know what you’re thinking – Owl Bundy, really? Yes, really. Our punch-packing 8,2% NEIIPA is an ode to season 8 episode 2 (get it, 8,2?) when the world’s most famous shoe salesman gets a historic ass wupin’. We blame the girlie girl beer, had he sipped this rumble in the jungle juice, Owl Bundy would’ve won that brawl. Just saying.
Tropical Pale Ale
Kaapse Kees 2021
Collaboration with Van Moll out of Eindhoven. Our 2nd collab and it was a fun one. We brewed and India Pale Lager with clementines and lot’s and lot’s of awesome hops: Idaho 7, Pacific Sunrise & Saphir. Beer has a nice orange color which is a wink to the hair of the Armand, a epic musician from Eindhoven famous for: ben ik te min.
Imperial Pale Ale
Dutch Bargain Imperial Pale Ale is beautiful copper-like, with a little touch of red. The strong
bitterness and the hops and caramel have a long aftertaste on your taste buds. Every sip is an
adventure by itself. With a proud milky, yet foam head. A welcoming kick of ten percent. A winner.
At least that’s what we believe. And so did the jury of the World Beer Awards.
India Pale Ale
Tijd vervaagt als je deze Dutch Bargain India Pale Ale drinkt. Tot in de laatste slok. De IPA heeft een tropische toets die je niet zou vermoeden bij een Europese hop. Maar de Mandarina Bavaria hop bewijst: je hoeft de oceaan niet over te steken voor een vleug mandarijn. Die zorgt ervoor dat deze juicy IPA lekker doordrinkbaar is, wanneer dan ook. Je kunt hem ieder seizoen uit de ijskast pakken. Perfect voor onder de palmbomen, misschien nog wel lekkerder in een barre winter.
Spickety Split Lickety
Quatre-Mains, 4 hands on one piano, or in this case: 4 hands on one brewhouse. Together with the Kaapse Brouwers from Rotterdam we brewed this NEIPA with 4 types of grain, 4 types of hops that were added at 4 separate times. The addition of buckwheat and the combination with all the hops made this New England IPA a real aroma bomb!
Märzen – Lager Tales
The second installment of our new Lager Tales series. Once again a classic lager style. Originally from Munich, this German style is characterized by a light amber color, malty mouthfeel and a crispy aftertaste. Brewed with more hops and a little bit higher in the alcohol percentage, so that it would have a longer shelf life and last until the Oktoberfest, where the Märzen would be served. For this recipe we use a lot of traditional German hops on the warm side of the brewing process and no dry hop. Fermentation takes place at a low temperature, between 11C and 12C. Lager period of about 6 weeks ensures a nice, balanced end product.
Blubberdikkejetser #5 Orange Chocolate
Sequence Series #010 – New Oak Aged Quad
Fresh Prince of Bravo
Not just an IPA, but a retro junk IPA starring the fresh and fruity Bravo hop. At 7% it’s as rich and outrageous as a Bel-Air billionaire, but costs less than a Pontiac LeMans. Trust us when we say this world squirrel is as charismatic as the fresh prince himself . And hey, don’t hate us ‘cause we’re beautiful.
Malt: Crip Extra Pale, Flaked Barley, Flaked Oats
Hops: Ekuanot& Mosaic
Fancy Pants Champagne Slushie
We’ve pimped up our Fancy Pants into a psychedelic champagne slushie. This bone-dry brut IPA mixes 3 fragrant hops with summer fruit and a dash of beetroot. We’re telling you, it sips like John Travolta dances – neat, slightly freaky and silky smooth. The perfect summer slushie accessory for beach, boat and backyard BBQ. Our Fancy Pants is so fantastic it’ll make even the most hop-hesitant souls sip, shimmy and smile smile smile!
Once Upon A Time In Spain
For the 4th installment of our ‘Once Upon a Time in…’ sour ale series, we go all-in on Spanish mandarin. And not those sweet cutie-pie mandarins (citrus sinensis) you buy at your local farmer’s market, but the serious sun-splashed sour mandarins (citrus aurantium) first cultivated by savvy Spanish in 13th-century Andalusia. Yeah amigos, this Moorish orange nectar packs mucho mojo. So pucker up, sip strong and cleanse your existential palette.
Joost Mag Het Weten
Not a single, not a double, but a triple freaking IPA stuffed with hops until it begged for mercy… it just couldn’t take more hops. We showed it mercy, made him stop sobbing, and bottled the bastard. The result is our 11% Joost Mag Het Weten. What does it mean? Well… it’s Dutch! BUT WHAT DOES IT F*CKING MEAN…you might ask. Well… Joost Mag Het Weten.
Enter the Waimea
Re-Release of our April Signature of 2019. This time as our Spring Seasonal!
We were pretty drunk at Billies Craftbeer Festival when we decided to brew a rip-off of Lervig’s Passion Tang. A whopping 62 hours we let the lactobacillus do it’s work. And to constrain all that sour violence a little, we added milk sugar and loads of passion fruit, giving this beer some tartness as well.
Put On A Hoppy Face…
Mr. White. Mr. Orange. Mr. Blue. Mr. Brown. Mr. Blonde. Mr. Pink. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! So many colors in the Tarantino’s canine classic, but nowhere a Mr. Green. Instead of looking for him, we invented him. Say hello to Mr. Green, a foul-mouthed bam-bam-bam IPA. That’s right, a Triple bammer! This little buddy is gonna make you bark all day.
Blonde, James Blonde. A ‘shocking, positive shocking’. Blonde IPA for gentlemanly drinkers with a bit of time to kill. We believe this sophisticated IPA with a G&T twist is best sipped in blue swim trunks (Casino Royale), golfing attire (Goldfinger) or a Dr. No tuxedo. But you can drink it in a clown suit (Octopussy) for all we care. Definitely a beer to die for.
Once Upon A Time In Madagascar
For some Madagascar is that computer-animated attack
full of anthropomorphic Moto Motos. For others, Madagascar is the land of black gold. Not oil, not coffee…but
vanilla! For this Once Upon a Time in….we brewhaha’d a few
bushels of bourbon vanilla and made ourselves one wicket
vanilla sour! Vanilla’s the world’s second most expensive
spice, so drink like King Julien XIII.
Dr. Raptor’s Laboratory Vol. 2
Dr. Raptor back at it again, this time mashing oranges and coconuts like a Swiss hadron collider smashes atoms. The result is a orange an coconut milk stout swirl that pushes the limits of the periodcal table. No, scratch that …. It propels you to new dimensions. But hey, coconut and orange almost sound healthy, right? Yes it does! Breakfast of champions, baby.
Rumor has it back in 1848 a strange looking creature showed
its snout in a bourgeois Boston bar. Two ladies fainted and a
shot rang out. The four-legged culprit got away, but we like to
think it was an Armadillo brought back by Lewis and Clark
during their explorations out West. Dunno. Our Amarillo Arma- dillo memorializes this odd occasion. A New England style
double IPA that is thick on the oats, heavy with the rye malts
and chock-full of mystery. A jaw-breaking beer with sharp
claws, body armor and an old wives’ tale.
The Great Hoo-Dini
We pulled this light, fruity and hoppy white IPA out of our hat. Ba dum chhh! Try as you might, you can’t escape it. Ba dum chhh!! Lock it up and throw away the key so no one steals a sip. Ba dum chhh! OMG! Someone free us from these mind-bending puns before we all up in a straitjacket. Ba dum chhh!
New England IPAs are like most comic book heroes – a tad too serious, a tad too predictable. Our Deadperle stops all that. An immortal double IPA brewed with superhero strength perle hops and an anti-hero’s sense of humor. A tragically cool NEIIPA straight from our Weapon X brewery. It won’t give regenerative powers, but it’s fun to hang out with…in short doses.
Malt: Flaked oats & Flaked Barley
Hops: Azzacca & Amarillo
The Amazing Strong Owl
The Greench Stole X-Mas
This is a mean one, our Mr. Greench. A bone-dry IPA as cuddly as a Christmas tree and as charming as a snowflake sweater. It comes without ribbons, it comes without tags, but by golly this holly, jolly IPA will make you feel mighty toasty inside. True to the times, our Greench is no Scrooge. This hairy, pot-bellied, pear-shaped beer loves Xmas, loves Whoville Whos and loves all of yous! Brewed especially for those who could use a little social interaction during the holidays.
Double IPA DDH
Malt: Crisp Extra Pale Malt & Flaked Oats
Hops: Amarillo Cryo, Idaho 7 Cryo & Mosaic
This ruthless Brut of an IPA combines our favorite hop-criminal kingpins – El Chapo, El Patron, Owl Capone and Don Perignon. At 8%, it’s a tough guy beer, but there’s enough bubbles in this gangsta to keep an Italian trophy wife happy. Ping! Pow! Boom! Bing! It’s gonna be a good year! Oh, and remember, never rat on your friends.
Malt: Pilsner malt & Flaked rice
Hops: Equanot, Pahto, Talus, Sabro
Cuvée du Owl Barleywine
Back by popular demand, our infamous barleywine with enough horsepower to propel a royal carriage and enough elegance to be sipped by bitcoin billionaires and dot.com kings. Aged in oak barrels like fine wine and even finer cognac, it’s a balmy aperitif for dark winter days. Don’t let the can fool you, our cuvee is a gentleman’s beer. So be gentlemanly.
It’s no secret that few things excite us owls more than color-coded skin-tight spandex suits. Evil witches, wizards, combat monsters – we live ‘em! So we combined our super powers and brewed this Super Sentai Double IPA. Pacifica. A giant robot of a beer that packs a hoppy punch. Our gift to you.
Malt: Best Pale Malt
Hops: Ekuanot, HBC 568, NZ Blend, Nelson Sauvin
Did we set the bar high by calling her a Prima Donna? We sure did! but before you start judging her, get to know her a little better. Take her hand and walk for a little while trough the Italian landscape. Discover the italian Limoncello culture with some old belgian tradition in the mix.
This blonde is not a traditional blonde. narcissistic as she is, she demanded to be called Limoncello Blonde. But to be honest, the demanding ‘first lady’ has a point. She reeks and tastes of Lemon, but she is still classy as she should be.
At an easily drinkable 5.0% she’s not that punch in the face, if you don’t count the citrus-limoncello-whip.
*ONLY SURGEONS IN TRAINING BEHIND THIS POINT*
Welcome to the masterclass of Dr. Raptor. Some say he is totally out of control… and they are probably right. This is the playground of Dr. Raptor, and he makes up his own rules!
Q: What’s up with that scalpel?
A: It’s the favorite toy of this crazy vicious madman. But he does make one freakin’ bombastic beer.
Q: How does one drink such a beast?
A: He sips best fresh, but is no stranger to storing his crazy creating in a cool dark place.
Enjoy this 9.2% Imperial IPA the same way we enjoyed making it.
Mind Your Step! Peat Smoke Edition
For this Mind Your Step, we donned a kilt and dove knee-deep into Scottish peat. Cuz what’s good for Scotch sippers is good for connoisseurs of fine beer. For inspiration we pilgrimaged to Islay; for courage we sipped Wee Beastie. Then we ritualistically smoked the druids out of our darkest most velvety stout. By god I’ll gie ye a skelpit lug!
Grandpa’s Caffeine Fix Vol. 1
After years of collaborating with grandma, she wanted a rest. So we laid our grandma’s recipes to rest. For a sequel series we turned to grandpa, last man standing. Most grandpas just want toffee or socks, but not our grandpa. Our grandpa is spoiled. Our grandpa demands caffeine and whiskey. Our grandpa wants to one-up grandma and her crazy brew recipes with his own series called Grandpa’s Caffeine Fix. So we brewed him an imperial milk stout for the ages. Hear that grandpa!! A goldie oldie Irish coffee. Lactose for the bones, whiskey-soaked oak chips for lack og teeth. Much better than a social security check, and tastes better, too.
*Wild West lone guitar riff starts playing* No need to get the sheriff, I own this town, said El Patron whilst holstering his Cold Single Action army revolver with smoke still escaping from the barrel. Another IPA within our league of bad guys, scoundrels and villains. The El Patron is wanted throughout the entire world for its relentless bitterness and its dauntless flavors. This antihero North West Double IPA is loved, yet feared by many in the frontier of beers.
El Patron.. Every cinematic society has one. That awkward vengeful antihero whose legitimacy is never questioned thanks to his underground army of musclemen misfits wielding bump stocks and machetes. That’s right, you know him, equal parts master manipulator and momma’s boy, audacious risktaker and textbook *sshole. That’s our El Patron, a ruthless northwest double IPA that takes no prisoners and makes no apologies.The perfect poster boy for our uncompromised beer culture of excess. el patron is
supposed to be enjoyed fresh. This beer just like el patron has a short life expectancy. That’s also the downside to being El Patron.. you can never be El Patron for long.