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Leffe one of my favorite Belgian Beers

February 27, 2008

I’m in Paris, France this week and am close to “the source” of Belgian Beer.  Most bistros and cafes here have at least a few kinds of Belgian beer on tap or in bottles.  The most common one is Leffe Blonde.  This is one of my favorite widely available Belgians, as it is so smooth […]

Belgian Beer for Valentine’s Dinner

February 13, 2008

From the Bostonist, several restaurants in Boston are offering Beer themed dinners. Seems like the craft beer with food pairing trend is catching on in Boston. Some of the offerings include: “truffled artichoke, oysters, mango, anisette-honey, pinenuts, figs, coriander, and chocolate. ” with “Weekapaug Gruit (an ale made with the herbs brewers used to use […]

How to pour a Belgian Beer

December 20, 2007

Beer sommelier Marc Stroobandt show us the correct way to maximize the flavor and essence of Belgian beer, including Stella Artois, Hoegaarden and Leffe. – From Food Philosophy

Kwak, A Belgian Beer In A Unique Glass

December 20, 2007

According to tourist guides, there are over 1000 types of Belgian beer. Quite a few of these Belgian beers have their own unique glass. The most distinctive of glasses is the Kwak vessel. This 25 centimetre glass tube with a flared top and a round, bulbous bottom is held by a wooden clamp. In fact, […]