Within a seven minute walk from our pub, you’ll find a small, tropical paradise where you can drink our beer. Bar Botanique is a great spot to hide from the freezing cold in Amsterdam-East.
All just a stone’s throw from our breweries.
It’s early 2002 when Kaspar Peterson, the founder and first owner of Brouwerij ‘t IJ, decides that it’s time to brew an extra fresh beer for the summer. Session ales and IPA’s where at that time not yet commonplace in the Netherlands, so he decided that it has to be a white beer in Belgium style: IJwit was born.
A great festival full of wild, sour and/or funky beers. Only in Amsterdam. From the 22th till the 25th of June.
Spring is in the air, so we’ve decided not to brew one, but two beers for our pub! Meet Solij a fresh maislager and Paradijs, a soft tripel.
Belgian host Yuri Hegge is as outspoken as the most vocal Amsterdammers while great service and great beer always remain his top priorities.
The Ciel Bleu Double IPA, IJwit and Flink were awarded during this year’s edition.
Its almost Easter, which means you’ll be able to enjoy PaasIJ for a while now and that its almost time to look for Easter eggs. Just like previous years, kids will be able to look for Easter eggs in and around cafe de Ceuvel. But adults can look for another kind of Easter eggs as well. Bottles of PaasIJ (lously translated to ‘EasterEgg’) will be hidden in the same area!
The experts really know what’s good.
As before, we created a great new beer with a beautiful fruity, Eastern touch of citrus.
We sponsor one of Amsterdam’s most fun and diverse local events. Come enjoy the spectacle and the beer.
Half way september, an interesting mix of Dutch and international brewers gather at the waterside in central Amsterdam for a weekend of live music and great craft beer. We listed plenty of reasons to join us for you.
For centuries, a very central part of Amsterdam was closed off by the Dutch marine. It is finally open to the public and houses a new pension with restaurant and a brewery. Right between our brewery and Amsterdams central station. Ideal pit stop
While craft brewers all over the world are pushing boundaries, Germans are legally bound to century old instructions.