Brewing Philosophy

Feisty Goat Brewing wants to contribute to a new beer culture in Germany, and to cultivate a new appreciation of different flavours. Our beers are therefore for those who appreciate all the wonderful flavours of life: be it in terms of food, drink, life choices, places and experiences.

Filip is inspired by his travels and experiences to create his beer recipes. He tries to translate the feelings he had at that moment into a beer. That's why all of our beers have a special name and a background story.

We focus on beer styles that are not yet very well known in Germany. Diversity is important, so we do not just want to be another beer; we always want to offer something special.

Feisty Goat Brewing uses only natural raw materials for brewing. The world of beers is huge and there are many interesting ingredients that contribute to the taste of the beer, so sometimes we also like to go beyond the “German purity law".

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East Goes West - Witbier / White Ale

The story behind: The first beer of our small brewery. I returned from the East to the West to start a new, fresh adventure. For this I have created a matching beer.


The "East Goes West" is pleasantly sparkling and refreshing, exactly what you need if you want to tackle new things, or take a break while doing so.


Beer Style: Witbier

Taste:  Overall light and sparkling. A pleasant sweetness of ripe wheat and honey is balanced with spicy and citrus aroma. It has a dry finish which makes you want to take the next sip immediately.

Food Pairing: light meals, fish and seafood, salads, and a place in the sun

Drinking Temperature:  7-9 °C

ABV: 4.8%

IBU: 11

Malt: Wheat, Pilsner, Oats, Munich

Hops and Spices: Hallertau Hersbrucker, Coriander seeds, Orange peel

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Flaming Hills - Red IPA

The story behind: A sea of red and yellow colours. Fallen leaves cover the whole ground. The summer heat is gone. The air is still pleasingly warm, but you can feel the approaching winter.


Such was the autumn in the west of Beijing in the “Fragrant Mountains”, one of my favourite spots. The change of colours when the green has to give way to the red. The turn of the seasons, constant change, that's what I wanted to capture with this beer.


Beer Style: Red IPA

Taste:  The aroma is dominated by fruity hop notes, and the flavour emphasises the malt body with beautiful caramel flavours. In the after taste, caramel, spicy hops and a strong bitterness blend into a nice finish. The interplay between fruity and spicy hops as well as malt aromas reflects the transition from summer to autumn and winter.

Food Pairing: Grilled meats and barbecue, spicy cuisine, strong cheese, and a place at the bar

Drinking Temperature:  7-9 °C

ABV: 6.3%


IBU: 63


Malt: Pale, Wiener, CaraMünchner


Hops: Magnum, Cascade, Mosaic, Citra

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Lakes and Meadows - Pale Ale

The story behind:

You sit down on the grass, open a bottle of beer and chat with your friends. The sun sparkles on the water and you jump into the lake to cool down. Then back on the meadow to play some football. In the evening you watch the sun set behind the trees and then head back into the city, totally relaxed.

Berlin has many green meadows and always a lake nearby. Whether in the city centre or on the outskirts you never have to look far to find a relaxed place.

The "Lake and Meadows" is my declaration of love to this cosy side of Berlin.

Beer Style: Pale Ale

Taste:  Subtle fruity aroma, the flavour a blend of fruit and herbal notes with a nice bitterness, the finish dry as the summer in Berlin.

Food Pairing: Grilled meats, Mediterranean cuisine, light-spicy dishes and a place at the lake.

Drinking Temperature:  7-9 °C

ABV: 5.0%


IBU: 37


Malt: Pale, Pilsner, Cara

Hops: Magnum, Callista, Huell Melon