Hidden Tastes of Amsterdam Part 2: Butcher’s Tears

Netherlands, Amsterdam Guide (B): Hidden Tastes of Amsterdam Part 2: Butcher’s Tears

After a fun but tiresome shopping experience in Kalverstraat , I have headed to south side of the city to discover another hidden taste of Amsterdam called Butcher’s Tears . Butcher’s Tears is a small local brewery, which started producing home-brew beers since 2012.

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I have chosen to discover Butcher’s Tears because trying out new beers is a hobby for me since I moved to the Netherlands. I enjoy beers especially when it is accompanied by a good conversation with friends or with a good absorbing book. I am very lucky that I live in a region where I can find beers with many different kinds of flavours. Amsterdam and Belgium cities are good places to discover new breweries as well as other Dutch cities. I try to discover all the local small breweries around as much as I find time, visit the brewery spot and taste freshly brewed tap beers.

Butcher’s Tears is located on the industrial space in the south district of Amsterdam. It is on the end of street Karperweg which looks quiet and isolated when walking on it at night. After walking for 5 minutes, I was happy to see the Butcher’s Tears sign from distance.

When I enteredButcher’s Tears brewery, I was amazed by seeing all the crowd on such a quiet street. The interior design of was very simple and elegant and had a modern style. I have already learned from a simple web research that the owners of the brewery are an artist, a Sweedish brewer and a marketing ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Hidden Tastes of Amsterdam Part 2: Butcher’s Tears
Guide Location: Netherlands » Amsterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Butcher's Tears  
Author: Begum Erten-uyumaz
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