Amsterdam Brewery Oranje Weisse (Summer Seasonal)
The Beer
The Brewery
  • Amsterdam Brewery Oranje Weisse (Summer Seasonal)

    An ode to our Dutch heritage, Oranje Weisse is a premium, unfiltered white beer. Predominantly brewed with un-malted wheat which gives it a hazy appearance we’ve also added two types of orange peel, some coriander, and a touch of anise. The result is a unique flavour combination of citrus and light spice. Our signature yeast reveals a complex aroma and slight tartness on the palate. We recommend serving with a slice of orange on the side of the glass to enhance this refreshing seasonal brew.

    Beer Style: Belgian White (Witbier)
    Alc./Vol.: 5.0%
    Bittering Units: 12
    Malts: Unmalted Wheat, Canadian 2-Row
    Hops: Hallertau
    Suggested Glassware: Weizen Glass
    Suggested Serving Temperature: 5° Celsius
    Availability: June - September at The Amsterdam Retail Store, the LCBO and the Beer Store and on tap at finer bars and restaurants.

  • Amsterdam Brewery

    The Amsterdam Brewery Story

    We Speak Craft Beer!
    Back in 1986, a revolution was sparked in a new brewpub on John Street in Toronto. Ales, lagers, stouts and seasonals were brewed on premise, introducing thirsty patrons to something they had never encountered in a beer -- flavour.
    Every beer we make holds to the promises we followed in crafting our very first brews: Made by hand, made fresh daily, and made for you.

    Toronto's First Brew Pub

    Torontonians of a certain age will trace their first taste of a craft beer to a visit to the Amsterdam Brasserie and Brewpub at 133 John Street. Founded by Roel Bramer back in 1986, the Amsterdam was the first of its kind in Toronto. It was a happening place and renowned for its bitters, lagers, seasonal and specialty brews but particularly for its Nut Brown Ale.

    King Street Days

    This second location was originally known as the Rotterdam. It opened in 1988 at 600 King Street West, and by 1993, with the sale of the original location on John Street, it became the focus of the company. In the spring of 1994, the larger capacity allowed for the installation of a small but more ambitious microbrewery and with that came a name change. The Amsterdam Brewing Company was born.

    Bathurst Street Days

    It wasn’t long before this new microbrewery outgrew its home on King Street and the company moved to Bathurst and Lakeshore. It is here that the Amsterdam Brewing Company introduced Torontonians to the many fine craft lagers and ales that it still makes today. Ownership changed as well, with Roel Bramer handing the brewery to the present-day owner, Jeff Carefoote.

    Leaside Village!

    And now, the Leaside years! Leaside is indeed the new home of the Amsterdam Brewery, in an established Toronto neighbourhood where many of those first Amsterdam fans ended up.