So you’re going to Amsterdam, and you’re probably thinking that you have to see a windmill while you’re there. After all, they’ve had a huge impact on the local culture; not seeing one up close and personal, with one of the hot Amsterdam escorts on your arm, would be like going to Hawaii and not trying out surfing, or skipping a trip to the beach. It would be like touring Rome but deciding that you didn’t want to see the Colosseum. You could do it, but you’d really miss out, and you know that everyone is going to ask you why you skipped it when you get home.
Well, you’re in luck. In Amsterdam, there is a windmill that is beautiful and old-fashioned, a real cultural gem, but someone bought it and turned it into so much more. Not content with just a windmill, they added a local craft brewery. Now you can sip a fresh, cold beer, chat with locals and tourists at the bar, and see a windmill, all at the same time. It’s the type of attraction you can only find in Amsterdam, and we promise and you and the Amsterdam escort are going to love it.
For one thing, it’s pretty new. Construction was underway in 2012, but the brewery was not yet completed and opened for business. This means that the place is going to have that clean, open, modern design that you expect in a brewery -— some of the old bars and pubs in the city can feel small and cramped, but you won’t get that here -— along with the old world charm. It really gives you the best of both worlds. After you get your beer, you can also take it to the outdoor patio to drink. This gives you and the Amsterdam escorts a great view of the windmill itself and the bustling city streets, and it means that you have plenty of room to kick back and relax.
Now, on to the beer; you know that’s the real reason that you and the Amsterdam escort are going to go there. Simply put, it’s terrific. Some of it depends on your personal tastes and preferences, of course, but you’re going to find something that you love. If you’re there in the fall, ask about the hearty autumn boch, with rich flavors throughout. If you’re there around Christmas, ask them about the crisp and perfectly flavored Christmas Ale; hints of holiday spices make it festive without being too much. Of course, they also have staples like the rich brown Zatte, the first beer they ever made, or the Ijwit, a golden wheat beer. Our personal favorite is the Struis, which is an English-style barely wine that is dark and flavored with both fruit and chocolate.
If you’ve only ever tried the mass-market beers coming out of the Netherlands, make sure that you don’t miss this chance to take the Amsterdam escorts out and try the country’s hidden treasure of craft brews.