The Kernel

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  • Last stock! The Kernel Imperial Brown Stout London 1856

    Hop-In Bierwinkel The Kernel Imperial Brown Stout London 1856

    2 in stock

    The Kernel Imperial Brown Stout London 1856 - Stout / 9.7% vol / 33 cl. The Kernel Imperial Brown Stout London 1856 is a historic beer, based on a recipe from the Barclay Perkins archives. The Imperial Brown Stout forms the basis for what later became the Imperial Russian Stout. Contrary to what the name says, the beer is not brown, but black. The taste is round and soft, with notes of coffee, chocolate, dark dried fruit such as figs, raisins and prunes, and even some berries. The finish has good bitterness from the hops, and dark, toasty notes from the malt. Untappd 4.06

    2 in stock

    €6,35

  • Last stock! The Kernel Foeder Beer Mosaic Pale Ale

    The Kernel The Kernel Foeder Beer Mosaic Pale Ale

    1 in stock

    The Kernel Foeder Beer Mosaic - Pale Ale / 5,4% vol / 33 cl. The Kernel Foeder Beer Mosaic Pale Ale is hun impressie van een Belgische stijl Pale Ale. Gefermenteerd met een Belgische Pale Ale gist, een saison gist en met de huiscultuur van The Kernel, en dat allemaal in een van de foeders van de brouwerij.  Verwacht een complex bier, waarbij de bitterheid en de fruitigheid van de Mosaic hop afkomstig is, gebalanceerd met een lichte zure toon van de huiscultuur, en dat alles met op de achtergrond het karakter van de foeder.  Gebrouwen door The Kernel uit Londen, Engeland. Untappd 3.94

    1 in stock

    €5,05

  • Last stock! The Kernel Export Stout London 1890

    The Kernel The Kernel Export Stout London 1890

    4 in stock

    The Kernel Export Stout London 1890 - Stout / 7.5% vol / 33 cl. The Kernel Export Stout London 1890 is a stout based on a recipe from the Courage Brewery from 1890. Dark black, with notes of dried fruit, rum and raisins, espresso, hops, and a hint of chocolate, vanilla and leather. Untappd 3.96

    4 in stock

    €4,95

  • The Kernel Brown Ale Wai-Iti

    The Kernel The Kernel Brown Ale Wai-Iti

    7 in stock

    The Kernel Brown Ale Wai-Iti - Brown Ale / 5,8% vol / 33 cl. The Kernel Brown Ale Wai-Iti is een bier die tussen een Amerikaanse Brown Ale en een Noord Engelse Brown Ale in zit. Verwacht geroosterde noten, donkere karamel, gebalanceerd met een mooi hopprofiel. Gebrouwen door The Kernel uit Londen, Engeland.  Untappd 3.88

    7 in stock

    €4,65

  • The Kernel Biere de Saison Goldings

    The Kernel The Kernel Biere de Saison Goldings

    6 in stock

    The Kernel Biere de Saison Goldings - Saison / 4.4% vol / 33 cl. The Kernel Biere de Saison Goldings is a beer of mixed fermentation, where the saison has been placed in wine barrels and dry-hopped with Goldings. Untappd

    6 in stock

    €5,95

  • The Kernel Export India Porter

    The Kernel The Kernel Export India Porter

    5 in stock

    The Kernel Export India Porter - Porter / 5.9% vol / 33 cl. The Kernel Export India Porter is a classic export porter with a twist. This edition is hopped with the modern hop varieties Mosaic and Ella. Untappd 3.98

    5 in stock

    €4,65

The Kernel is a British brewery, based in London. Despite the classic style of the brewery, both in appearance and in the beers that are brewed, it is a relatively modern brewery, which only started in 2009. This also makes it one of the first 'craft breweries' in London. The brewing installation that was started with (6.5 hectoliters) was replaced in 2012 by a 32 hectoliter installation, and is now located in the center of London, about a 20-minute walk from the Tower of London. The majority of the production is sold in London alone, where the demand for the beer is very high. Perhaps that is one of the reasons that the beers are only offered sparingly, and you have to be quick to get them.

The Kernel Brewery is known for its mix of modern and classic. Think of porters and stouts based on recipes from the 19th century, but also classic English Pale Ales and IPAs, but with modern hop varieties. They also brew sour beers, mixed fermentation beers and lagers. One element always emerges in all beers: layering and subtlety. These are really beers for enthusiasts who are looking for a lot of depth and nuance. Brewing builds on previous batches, and so you can see that the beers are continuously being developed. Don't expect major differences between the batches, where you suddenly get a Triple Dry-hopped DIPA, but an almost more classic development, where the brewer spends years developing the perfect recipe. The Pale Ales and IPAs in particular are in a line, where the brewer plays with the hops, but does not suddenly fundamentally change the recipe.

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