Flowers Nanobrewery and Revolution Rye IPA from Fuzzy on tap

Flowers Nanobrewery Logo

This week we have two new additions. Of course, we are very happy about this because our sole goal is to provide our customers with the largest selection of quality craft beers in Phnom Penh. This time we have a British Ale from Flowers Nanobrewery and Revolution Rye IPA from Fuzzy Logic.

Fuzzy Logic – Revolution Rye IPA

We have previously had the Revolution Rye IPA in bottles, but like with most of their beers, the tap version is hundred times better. Whereas their beers are pretty good in bottles some of them have been absolutely amazing on tap. Fuzzy Logic is a Vietnamese brewery that entered the Cambodian craft beer market this year. They are also opening a brewery in Siem Reap so their presence will surely expand in the years ahead.

At Embargo we have had several of their beers on draught. The Thunderslap IPA and the Hop Baby DIPA has been the most popular with all friends of Embargo. It seems like people can’t get enough of them. It’s going to be interesting to see how people will like the Revolution Rye IPA and perhaps it will be another customer favourite. If you want read more about Fuzzy Logic you can take a look at our interview with their owner, Patrick Davenport.

Flowers Nanobrewery – British Ale

We’re even more excited about having Flowers Nanobrewery on tap for the first time. Flowers Nanobrewery is a brewery operating out of Kampot. The guy behind the scenes is a Japanese fellow that goes by the name Yuki. He also has a taproom in Kampot where you can drink his delicious beers and eat from his food menu that seems to change by the week.

We have previously had several beers from him in bottles, but this is the first time we’re having a keg from him. He doesn’t sell his kegs much outside of Kampot and even bottles can be a bit tricky to get ahold of. For the most part we’re however stocking the following beers from him:

  • Lemongrass Pale Ale
  • Duck Walk IPA
  • Steamy Monday
  • Black Cat Boogie Porter

As a start, we got the British Ale from him because it’s a style we really haven’t had at Embargo yet. It seems that the logistics for getting his kegs to Phnom Penh has been sorted now so in the future we’ll surely have some other beers from him on draught as well.

As I said, we’re really pleased to be able to offer these amazing craft beers to the people that visit Embargo. Craft beer in Phnom Penh is really starting to take off and I couldn’t be happier about it. Hope to see you soon!