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How should a refreshing Belgian beer be served?
18
OCT
2018

How should a refreshing Belgian beer be served?

Rinse the glass with cold water. Open the bottle. Hold the bottle in one hand and the glass in the other. The bottle and glass should never touch. Pour the beer gently into glass. When it is half...
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The right glass for the right beer
07
AUG
2018

The right glass for the right beer

A long-standing tradition in Belgium... the right glass for the right beer. Each brewery in Belgium produces a signature glass that complements the style and quality of their beer. The shape and...
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The head is the foam at the top of the beer
03
AUG
2018

The head is the foam at the top of the beer

The head is the foam at the top of the beer. It is generally accepted that the lifetime for the head is for it to stay on top of the beer for at least three minutes before it begins to disappear....
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The right way to tap Belgian beer
23
JUL
2018

The right way to tap Belgian beer

1. Use the correct branded glass, clean it with detergent and rinse it before draughting.  2. Open the tap in one quick action, and let the first drops of beer flow away.  3. Poor the beer...
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Pouring beer
02
JUL
2018

Pouring beer

Cask beer: Open the tap but do not let the first jet of froth go into the glass. Fill the glass all in one go. First tip it to one side and then hold it up right again under the tap. The froth...
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Trappist glass
11
APR
2018

Trappist glass

Bowl glasses with feet and long stems, Trappist glasses work well with the complex abbey ales they are designed for. First, they have very wide mouths, which allows the copious foam to develop...
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Do you know that...glassware
11
APR
2018

Do you know that...glassware

 Historically, drinking vessels were made from wood, leather, stoneware, or whatever else may have been handy. The historical replica Fraoch Heather Ale uses a traditional stoneware glass, and...
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