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Do You Know:  Liefmans Kriek Brut
28
NOV
2019

Do You Know: Liefmans Kriek Brut

This classy beer represents the perfect marriage between the fresh accents and slightly acidic flavour of  the black cherries. Liefmans Kriek-Brut is a mixed fermentation beer, with every...
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Do you know that: The LEUTE BOK ale was brewed in 1927 for the first time
18
NOV
2019

Do you know that: The LEUTE BOK ale was brewed in 1927 for the first time

"Leute" means joy in Flemish, and "bok" is of course the "he-goat". A very interesting and funny name for a real double bock ale holding a whopping 7.5 % alcohol by volume. The name-play...
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Do you know: Corsendonk Agnus
28
OCT
2019

Do you know: Corsendonk Agnus

Agnus is a Belgian abbey-style beer, falling into the 'tripel' style, from the Corsendonk monastery. It has an wonderfully tenacious, rocky head, which tastes of vanilla ice-cream. The nose is...
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Hints on identifying off-flavours in beer
07
OCT
2019

Hints on identifying off-flavours in beer

Some aromas and flavors in beer are caused by brewing problems, infections during fermentation by troublesome microbes, and/or improper handling. Here is some information to help you distinguish...
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Beer Tasting Tips - Assessing Appearance
05
SEP
2019

Beer Tasting Tips - Assessing Appearance

Are you ready to develop skill and sophistication in assessing a finely crafted brew? To focus on the fine points necessary for competency in the “Art of Beer Tasting?” You may have been...
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You like beer? So, you should become a beer expert.
21
AUG
2019

You like beer? So, you should become a beer expert.

If you take beer seriously you have to know almost everything about beer. Reading regularly our newsletter you will sure become a beer expert. Moreover being an expert in beer you will better...
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Belgian Beer Corner: Deus Brut des Flandres
09
AUG
2019

Belgian Beer Corner: Deus Brut des Flandres

Deus Brut des Flandres, is an innovative beer from the Belgian brewery Bosteels. Deus should be pronounced like ‘DAY-ews’. Take a look at the bottle and label, and you'll see it bears a remarkable...
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Belgian Beer Corner: Duchesse de Bourgogne
05
AUG
2019

Belgian Beer Corner: Duchesse de Bourgogne

Duchesse de Bourgogne is the traditional Flemish red ale. Rich reddish hue. Winey, almost vinegary aromas follow through on a tart, medium-bodied palate with a strong sweet-tart character that...
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The great discovery of Lambic
16
JUL
2019

The great discovery of Lambic

Lambic is the very first style of beer, invented by human kind probably over 30,000 years ago. Lambic means that the beer is spontaneously fermented, which means that the brewer did not add any...
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Belgian Beer Corner: Augustijn
10
JUL
2019

Belgian Beer Corner: Augustijn

Augustijn is a 'living' abbey beer with 8 % alcohol by volume that had been brewed by the Augustinian fathers of Ghent since 1295. In 1982, the recipe and distribution of the beer was taken over...
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How to enjoy Beer ?
02
JUL
2019

How to enjoy Beer ?

To fully appreciate beer, you need to put all of your senses to work: your eyes to see the color of the beer; your nose to smell the beer; your tongue to taste the beer and for mouthfeel; your...
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Food & Beer
25
JUN
2019

Food & Beer

Food and drink. A delightful marriage of gastronomic taste and texture. Belgian culture has long celebrated the union of fine food and a well-crafted beer. One need only look as far back as...
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Taste beer as a professional
21
JUN
2019

Taste beer as a professional

Before starting a beer-tasting session, there are two important elements that must be carefully controlled. First of all, there is the temperature at which the beer is served. A low temperature...
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Belgian Beer Corner: Leute Bokbier
12
JUN
2019

Belgian Beer Corner: Leute Bokbier

Leute Bokbier is a dark red heavy high fermentation beer that undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle or in the keg. It has a very aromatic taste, not too distinctly sweet, yet full and...
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Belgian Beer Corner: BRUGGE TRIPEL
06
JUN
2019

Belgian Beer Corner: BRUGGE TRIPEL

Brugge Tripel is a top-fermented amber beer with a very full and original taste which thanks its personality to a subtle mixture of first class malt, aromatic hops and water from our own wells....
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Belgian Beer Corner: Floreffe Belgian Beers from the LeFebre Brewery
27
MAY
2019

Belgian Beer Corner: Floreffe Belgian Beers from the LeFebre Brewery

The Floreffe brand is currently brewed by Brasserie LeFebre, in the town of Quenast, not far from Brussels. This brand has been under their charge since 1876. However Floreffe beers date back much...
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Beer is an affordable luxury for women
23
MAY
2019

Beer is an affordable luxury for women

“Give me a woman who loves beer and I will conquer the world.” - Kaiser Wilhelm  Women who develop an appreciation for beer are a revered segment of the population. Although the number of...
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Delicate Pairings of Beer and Cheese
03
MAY
2019

Delicate Pairings of Beer and Cheese

Trappist monasteries and abbeys in Belgium have long understood the relationship between beer and cheese, often adding the factor of bread into the equation. Beer and cheese are the end products...
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Good Malt - Good Beer? How does malt influence beer flavour? Malt is the soul of beer!
02
MAY
2019

Good Malt - Good Beer? How does malt influence beer flavour? Malt is the soul of beer!

Taste Malt has a direct influence on two tastes; sweet and sour. Sweet tastes derive from sugars, which mostly have their origin in malt starch. Sour tastes derive from organic acids...
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The Tasting: Pauwel KWAK
29
APR
2019

The Tasting: Pauwel KWAK

The beer that is known simply as Kwak is famous for being served in one of the most unusual glasses in the world.  More than two hundred years ago there was a small coachman’s inn in Belgium...
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