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The winiest of all the world's beers, and specific to the Brussels area. There are several possible explanations for the odd name (which is spelled in a variety of ways), but its most likely...
The soubriquet “The Champagnes of the Beer World” is often applied in general to the tart, refreshing styles of beer that can be made from wheat. The term Methode Champenoise is sometimes...
Much mystery surrounds the name of this most mysterious among beers. One explanation is that the name derives from that of Lembeek, a small town in the area of production. Lembeek is at the point...
It would be unconscionable to discuss Belgian beer without including Lambics. Lambics are often a shock to first timers because they are not what one would expect in a beer. They are a type...
GEUZE and KRIEK are brewed by age-old methods which depend on spontaneous fermentation and ripening. In the first stage a mixture of malt, wheat and water is prepared. During the process the...