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Sooty Otter beer release on may 22nd @ Mary K Hotel

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News item revised on may 3rd

Our first beer is almost ready to serve!

On may 22nd we will launch our Sooty Otter in the Utrecht wharf cellar of the Mary K Hotel. A day later it will be available at the Mary K Hotel and in several bars and stores in Utrecht and other selected areas.

NOTE: You need to suscribe for this event, please do so by sending us an e-mail on info(at)neobosski(dot)nl.

When you are a retailer and want to have our beer, please contact us!


Developing a beer for a third party.

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Three weeks ago we had our latest test brew session. Not just a brew, we are making a recipe for a yet not to be further named group, who were dreaming about serving their own beer. We are going to make that dream happen!

A tasting session resulted in the pale/wheat beer direction, a little stronger as a regular beer, and something fresh, fruity and stubborn.

We have chosen the supplements by testing some herbs and spices a week before brewing. We made several tests, using different combinations, adding some water to each test glass and a tiny bit of vodka and let it soak for a few days to get an idea of how it might taste in the beer we have in mind. The chosen ingredients are Djeruk Purut (Indonesian Limeleaves) and pink pepper (Schinus terebinthifolia – actually not a real pepper, but a species of a flowering plant in the cashew family). The limeleaves will add a bitter citrus aroma and in combination with the pink pepper it will create a citruslike, sparkling, and a little sourish flavour.


We splitted the brew in two different fermenting tanks, adding different amounts of our chosen supplements and a different yeast. We’ve done a little tasting before botteling and our intentions for this brew seem to work out well. One is more subtile, almost a real IPA. The other is a real, bitter, fruity, saisonlike beer. Now we have to wait a few more weeks to let the young beer develop and gets its real taste.

We will keep you updated!