1. Delft: Craft Beer Tasting in Medieval cellar
Delfts Brouwhuis is home to the Delftse Brouwers brewery, the youngest brewery in Delft, in a beautiful historic setting. Under the supervision of Archeology Delft, the medieval cellar from 1300 was excavated and examined in 2019. Shards of a medieval beer mug are even found and guess what? The cellar appears to have served as a brewery in the past. In this 700-year-old setting for the city brewery in Delft, beautiful local beers flow from the kettle to your glass. Be surprised on this beer tour along the local big four: 4 craft beers from Delftse Brouwers. With a bit of luck you can see the brewer at work in his natural Delft habitat. Genuine, handmade, pure taste. These 4 craft beers are served with Bavarian Pretzels with a homemade cheese beer dip and mustard.