De Kromme Haring Warmouth v7
They call Warmouth a bootleg NEIPA because it uses an obscure but delicious yeast from Bootleg Biology. This small, alternative yeast lab from Nashville created a unique blend of fruity yeasts that work exceptionally well with aromatic hops, resulting in a wonderful rainbow of flavors. Each version has a different hop combination, for V7: Simcoe, Talus, Columbus
IPA New England
The New England IPA is a relatively new IPA style that originated in Vermont, USA, in the New England region. New England IPAs have a full creamy body with intense fruit and hop flavors and aromas. The bitterness is also often softer than in “normal” IPAs. The full creamy body is achieved through heavy dry-hoping, The beer is then not filtered or pasteurized so it keeps that cloudy creamy (hazy) body.
De Kromme Haring
At Brewpub De Kromme Haring in Utrecht, everything revolves around surprising and passionately brewed beers. The brewery specializes in unusual, varied and experimental fermentation in beer. They also serve a good assortment of other beers, wine, soft drinks and snacks at the pub in addition to their own beers.