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A stroll through any Belgian city is a feast for the eyes with the country's impressive architecture and intricate stonework. But there's another trinity worthy of a pilgrimage: beer, chocolate...
Beer making was big business for the monasteries for centuries. Monastic brewhouses were generally located near moving bodies of water, where grain mills were set up powered by the water. Many old...
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...
Somewhere in an out-of-the-way place of the Flemish Country, hidden between fields and forests on the boundary with the Netherlands, situated near the water of the "Tongelreep", you find the...
If you go out and drink beers with different alcohol by volume, you will have a much better time of it if you drink, as it were, from strength to strength, Beer and Health reported. The cause is...