Paul Herbert, managing director and brewer at UK-based Kent Brewery, in the small town of Birling, describes the innovative beers they bring to the table, including some highly hopped offerings.
Herbert brought to the Leuven Innovation Beer Festival 2019:
- Prohibition, American Pale Ale, 4.8%. highly hopped with some of the latest US hops. Naturally fermented and live in the can.
- Elysium, New England IPA, 5.9%.
- Key Lime Rye, Milkshake IPA, 5.3% includes key limes, lime leaves, lactose, malts and other natural products and botanicals to recreate a Key Lime Pie in a glass.
- Brewers Reserve, Pale With Attitude, 5% served from a cask. Strong hop flavour of citrus and resin.
- Old Jamaica, Toffee Ginger Stout, 5.1%. served from the cask. A sweet English stout based around a traditional Jamaican cake recipe.
See the other fantastic Beer Idiots interviews at Leuven Innovation Beer Festival 2019
- André Janssens of Brouwerij Hof ten Dormaal, Belgium
- Pekka Kääriäinen of Bryggeri Helsinki and Lammin Saht, Finland
- Philippe Minne of Brasserie Minne, Belgium.
- Patrik Hellström of Bryggverket brewery, Sweden.
- Casper Vorting and Gitte Holmboe own Bøgedal Brew in Vejle, Denmark.
- Julien Bretheau of À Tue-Tête, Switzerland.
- Iacopo Lenci, brewmaster and owner of Birrificio Brùton, Italy
- Pim Zomerdijk of Brouwerij De Moersleutel, the Netherlands.
- Paul Herbert of UK-based Kent Brewery.
- David Cohen of Dancing Camel Brewery, Israel.
- Robin Barden of Edge Brewing, Barcelona, Spain.
- Breandán Kearney of Siphon Brewing, Damme, Belgium.
- Stephen McGirr of Wicked Weed Brewing, Asheville, North Carolina, USA.
- Vasyl Mikulin of Varvar Brew, Kyiv, Ukraine has been mixing his experimental beers.
- Botond Prischetzky, brand manager at Monyo Brewing, Budapest, Hungary
- Pia Morgenroth, founder of G’Bräu, Berlin, Germany.