Hapkin is a Belgian, strong blond beer of high fermentation, characterized by a rich foam collar and a dry, bold finish. The different hops, including Saaz and Monroe hops, are added in 4 times during the brewing process. This gives Hapkin its subtle fruitiness, which perfectly complements the slight bitterness of the beer.
Hapkin is brewed from only the noblest of hop varieties, grown on Europe’s best hop fields. That’s our number one rule we rigorously stick to. The German Monroe and Spalter Select give a fresh and fruity citric touch to our crystal clear beer, and add floral flavors such as a hint of chamomile. The spicy Saaz hops from Czechia add character and verve. The 4 stages of hopping during the brewing process enrich your Hapkin with a subtle, yet distinctive bitterness.
Our master brewers created a unique recipe that makes Hapkin a robust blonde with subtle aromas. Our secret? We hop the beer not once, but four times during the cooking and filtering process. That’s how Hapkin gets its impressive character and a distinctive, high-grade hoppiness.
How to make your Hapkin taste like heaven? Cool the bottle at 5° Celsius and make sure your Hapkin glass is clean and spotless.
Open the bottle. Tilt the Hapkin glass to a 45 °angle and slowly pour the Hapkin without the bottle touching the glass.
Halfway through, bring the glass to an upright position and continue pouring until the full, white head of foam reaches the rim of the glass.
Leave about a centimeter of beer in the bottle. This way you’ll prevent the yeast cells at the bottom to render your beer cloudy and a bit more bitter.
Enjoy your perfectly served Hapkin to the max!
We only brew with the noblest of hop varieties, grown on Europe’s best hop fields. That’s the number one rule we rigorously stick to. The German Monroe and Spalter Select give our crystal clear beer a fresh and fruity citric touch and floral flavors such as chamomile. The spicy Saaz hops from Czechia add character and verve. By hopping the beer in 4 stages during the brewing process, your Hapkin is enriched with a subtle, yet distinctive bitterness.