Posts Tagged ‘belgium’
A tour of the Chimay brewery hosted by Father Thomas, Director of the Brewery.
Are you looking to use authentic yeast in your Belgian beer? Before you try culturing the yeast from a bottle, you may want to think twice.
Some say sugar will make your beer “cidery”, while others require it in the recipe. What’s the deal?
What’s the difference between Belgian candi and table sugar?
We're starting a lambic tour around Belgium and beyond. The first stop is Oud Beersel Framboise.
With the number of people making Belgian Wits, it is hard to believe the beer almost disappeared from the world. Here’s a good recipe to make this great summer crowd pleaser!
Arrrgh, matey! Here is a pirates' brew straight from, um … Belgium? Is it booty or fool’s gold?
Petrus Oud Bruin is my first Flanders Brown (no, not Ned Flanders). Flanders ales, from the Flemish region of Belgium, are typically sour or tart, fruity, and lightly hopped.
One of my favorite beers is Chimay White Abbey Tripel. I like the beer so much, sharing is an issue. Luckily I've found a great clone recipe that is very close to the real thing!