North Bar's infamous Lowlands Festival is returning this April!
But what does Lowlands even mean? Well it’s simply the low-lying area of Belgium and The Netherlands and the home to many incredible breweries. From a tart and sour Geuze to a soft and creamy Tripel, this region produces some of the most famous and fascinating beers in the world. We're devoting the whole of April to a celebration of these beers with our biggest beer list yet (thanks Cal!)
To kick off the festival we're welcoming Brasserie de la Senne to take over our taps!
On tap throughout the weekend:
Light blonde. Generously hopped with the finest aromatic hops giving it a very refreshing character and a scent reminiscent of citrus.
A powerful and complex black IPA, the Brusseleir is distinguished by its rich malt character and light chocolate notes.
Jambe De Bois
With a scent of ripe banana and a subtle blend of old varieties of aromatic hops. The malt dominates and is supported by a long and delicate bitterness. A great interpretation of the tripel.
The name has changed, not the recipe! Zinnebir X-mas is back with a new alias, with her caramel and chocolate flavours, the creamy foam, her fruity nuances, and her dry and bitter finish.
Golden blonde. Malty, with a fine bitterness and a long aftertaste. The scent is complex, developing a fruity-hop intense fragrance.