United Dutch BreweriesIn a type of carbonated softdrink brewed from barley and hops much like beer. However this dark malt beverage is non alcoholic and is very sweet. It is generally described as tasting like molasses.It is very popular in West African countries and Afro Caribbean Islands.Mixed with condensed or evaporated milk this drink is very nutricious and is known to give a lot of energy!
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United Dutch BreweriesHaving been one of the Netherlands foremost cities for as far back as can be traced in the history of the Low Lands, it is not the most ancient crafts on record. Indeed, Breda is known as the Beer City, and takes pride in living up this title.Available in cans and bottles.
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United Dutch BreweriesThe LowLands have a long tradition of brewing. They brewed beer before they could write. Tacitus (2nd Century AD) had much to say about the Batavians, the barbarian ancestors of the Dutch, not all of if favourable. However, he admired their art of beer brewing. He was not too keen on their table manners - they used to drink enormous quantities of beer from the skulls of slain enemies.Available in cans and bottles.
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United Dutch BreweriesThe name Oranjeboom is closely connected with the history of the Netherlands. Since the 16th century our, still ruling, Royal family has belonged to the House of Orange and the symbol of the affinity of the Dutch people with their sovereign has always been an orange blossom or orange tree. And Oranjeboom is precisely the Dutch word for orange tree.Available in cans and bottles.