BELGIAN STRONG DARK ALE

KNEITER GIETER PATER

Paying homage to your heroes is never a bad thing, especially not in the beer business. This is our tribute to the classic Belgian trappists, that they may live forever and brew their divine liquids for us to indulge! Brewed at Holevoort in Bakel, our take on this sacred abbey beer is well fit for the traditional strong beer drinkers, spiced up with some coriander seed and brown sugar this Pater will make you sing psalms backwards very quickly!

Alc. 9.4%

IBU 34

EBC 36

LIGHTLY PEATED BLACK DIPA

BRAK PEAT

This tasty dark IPA was one of the first ideas to successfully emerge from our home brewing adventures. Now brewed with the skillful eye and assistance of Bernard at his Reuz brewery in Moergestel, you’re in for a fruity and smokey treat. Dry hopped with a triple assault of Citra, Huell Melon and Hersbrucker, this beer can please the adventurous craft beer drinkers as well as inexperienced tongues alike.

Alc. 8.3%

IBU 82

EBC 72.5

ROBUST PORTER

KVEIK MAAR WAT JE DOET

Our robust porter named Kveik Maar Wat Je doet came into existence through the idea that we needed to finish a number of open bags of leftover malts in our little brew shed at home, and we should make a recipe with that. And so it happened. While we were joking that this may become the tastiest beer we’d make so far, we turned to a yeast that had served us well in the past; Kveik. Our joke turned out to be the truth when we tried our homebrew for the first time so it was an easy decision to make this beer on a larger scale. With its full bodied, creamy and roasty flavours, this is a beer to be reckoned with!

Alc. 9.2%

IBU 39

EBC 129

ROBUST PORTER BARREL AGED

KVEIK MAAR WAT JE DOET BARREL AGED

To make it even more beautiful, we aged our KMWJD in a whisky barrel. For about three quarters of a year, the beer has been allowed to rest in the nurturing environment of whisky infused oak.
And not just any whisky. Our cask has held a whisky from the illustrious Highland Park Distillery for 15 years. This distillery is located in the Orkney Islands, off the North Scottish coast. They produce highly regarded whisky’s since 1798. The whisky from our cask is a peated (peat smoked) whisky. The peat in the Orkney Islands is mainly derived from heather, and this gives a slightly less intense smoky flavor when the malt is dried than in other regions.
Yet the smoke flavor is clear and balanced. You can also taste vanilla and pickled fruits thanks to the whiskey, and the oak is also not untouched. All in all, we are very pleased with our first barrel aging project!

Alc. 12.0%

IBU 39

EBC 129

PEATED DOPPELBOCK

LÖMPE BÖCK

The Lömpe Böck (Clumsy Goat) is a tribute to our brewer Patrick, ’cause he is exactly that. If there is a chance for this fine gentleman to knock something over or bump into something he is guaranteed to do so, an unhandy but often hilarious characteristic. One day it almost ended in disaster and he fell face first in a smoldering campfire! Fortunately he is stil among us, although a bit crispy. Hence this doppelbock we brewed at Holevoort in Bakel is smoked as well as peated. This one is for you Patrick, cheers!

Alc. 8.5%

IBU 22

EBC 43.5

RAUCH DUBBEL

DUBBO KLOCKELS

You like Belgian dubbels? Do you like German rauchbier? Do you like Dutch astronauts? Meet Dubbo Klockels, your new best friend in outer space, brewed at Holevoort.

Alc. 7.5%

IBU 18

EBC 32.5

LENTE BOCK

PAASEI BOCK

You know what is even better than Easter and chocolate? BEER and chocolate! This spring bock is prepared with 7 kilos of cocoa nibs and a lot of rye malt. The dark chocolate provides a nice bitterness and it is as soft as the fur of the Easter bunny and wonderfully fresh and creamy. Perfect for celebrating a Christian holiday or spring equinox!

Alc. 8.0%

IBU 26

EBC 12

DIPA

LAM

LAM is a collab between De Kneiter, Little Devil Bar and De Natte Gijt. Because we miss hanging at the bar and cafes are having a pretty rough time in general, we decided to team up together and created a delicious double IPA. Of each bottle sold, a part of the profit goes straight to the Little Devil Bar in Tilburg, so that after the pandemic we can still go there to see the finest of rock and metal bands!

Alc. 8.0%

IBU 28.9

EBC 14.4

DIPA

LAMv2

LAM, tastes like more! Because our cooperation with De Natte Gijt brewery (and a bit of Little Devil) was such an enjoyable and tasty experience, we decided to make another version of this Double IPA. This time we made a smaller batch, with different hops and yeast, but at least as tasty, if not even better!

Alc. 8.0%

IBU 28.9

EBC 14.4

FRUITED & SPICED DIPA

VLAM

While we were at it, brewery De Natte Gijt and us decided to make a variant of our Double IPA, using different hops again and kveik yeast, making the basic beer different. But the real party is in the addition of mango and Madame Jeanettes chili peppers, a nice exotic trait for the adventurous drinker! It’s not too spicy, definitely fresh, and just plain delicious!

Alc. 8.0%

IBU 28.9

EBC 14.4

DIPA

LAMv3

It’s somewhat becoming a thing, this LAM! Last time it was sold out so quick, we decided to make a third version. Again with different hops, this time we chose a citric angle with amarillo and citra! Brewery De Natte Gijt and the Kneiter enjoy putting their hands together for these delicious Double IPA variants, be quick or miss out!

Alc. 8.0%

IBU 28.9

EBC 14.4

FRUITED & SPICED DIPA

VLAMv2

Together with brewery De Natte Gijt we’ve decided to split the LAM batch in two again, and also make a new variant of the VLAM, this time using the same beer base, including hops and yeast. The exotic extras in this beer are lemongrass and lemon drop chili peppers, a real treat for fans of Asian cuisine and fresh hoppy ale!

Alc. 8.0%

IBU 28.9

EBC 14.4

PEATED DOPPELBOCK BARREL AGED

LÖMPE BÖCK BARREL AGED

A grain-distilled drink can only be called whisky if it has been aged in oak barrels for at least three years. Our beer Lömpe Böck has rested in a barrel on which a peat-smoked Lingdarroch spirit has been stored for only 5 months. Too short to be called a whisky, but with the same DNA and a definite taste sensation. Young whisky’s-to-be are known for their hard-hitting flavours, which blast through your mouth like a loose cannon. That’s why we were pleasantly surprised that our smoky Lömpe Böck tastes wonderfully smooth and bodied after a year in this barrel. But don’t worry, the peat definitely makes its impact, as does the amount of alcohol

Alc. 11.5%

IBU 22

EBC 43.5

IMPERIAL COFFEE IPA

DAILY GRIND

We like to play around with ingredients for our beers. As suckers for a strong cup of coffee, it was obvious that we’d brew a beer based on coffee. And what kind of coffee goes into an India Pale Ale? Well, Indian coffee of course! With the heaviest grain bill ever in the Brouwschuur in Weert, and five kilos of freshly roasted Plantation A coffee, this has become a worthy Kneiter beer again. And by the looks of it the West Coast yeast also likes a cup of comfort: we managed to extract no less than 9.6% ABV. An Imperial Coffee IPA to enjoy in peace.

Alc. 9.6%

IBU 79

EBC 50.3

PEATED DOPPELBOCK BARREL AGED

LÖMPE BÖCK BARREL AGED V2

In the Scottish Highlands, at the foot of Ben Vrackie along the River Tummel, lies the rustic town of Pitlochry. A whisky distillery was founded here in 1798 by two whisky-loving gentlemen, which is now known as Blair Athol. They mainly mature their whisky in sherry casks, but also occasionally in a red wine barrel. We let our Lömpe Böck rest on such a barrel for a good 16 months. The combination of whisky, red wine and wood has painted our beer with an unparalleled taste palette in these almost one and a half years… warming and versatile, every sip a new adventure!

Alc. 11.5%

IBU 22

EBC 43.5