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  1. Belgian Independence at Congregation Ale House

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  2. Belgian-Style Ales (online only)

    Location 540 East 105th Street #115 44108 Cleveland, OH Phone: (800) 472-0425 See map: Google Maps US https://www.belgianstyleales.com ...

  3. Past Tours

    Fun And Beer 2013 Fun And Beer 2010 ...

  4. The Beer Market

    http://the-beer-market.com/ ...

  5. Brouwerij Van Steenberge

    engaged in brewing beer for its own consumption. The first time this brewery was mentioned on paper was in ... Steenberge, who became mayor of Ertvelde and even Senator in the Belgian Parliament. It was Paul, who eventually changed the brewery's name into "Brouwerij Bios", Bios meaning life. The beer in ...

  6. Kapittel Abt

    for Abbot, thus the leader of the Abbey.  No surprise this beer is named “Abt”, since it is also the leader of the Kapittel beers with the highest alcohol content of 10% alc. by vol., making this beer ... aging, which is done at the brewery, and ready to be aged for up to 30 years. As with most Belgian ...

  7. Binny's Arlington Heights Tasting

    Come taste some great Belgian Ales! Gulden Draak Petrus Winter Ale Wittekerke Winter White Friday, November 9, 2012 6-8pm ...

  8. Trout on a Bed of Wittekerke Leek

    Wittekerke Makes 4 servings: - 4 big leeks - 2 cans of Wittekerke Belgian Wit Beer. - 4 table spoons of butter - 4 trouts - Pepper & salt How to ... beer in the cooking pot and heat. Put the leek in the pot just before boiling point, and stir the leek ...

  9. Troubadour Blond

    been recognized by beer judges across the world as it was named to be one of the best Blond Ales in the ... pairing this ale with fresh fish and vegetables with a light sauce. Just like all your favorite Belgian ales, it is a great beer to share with your friends, family or business partners anytime of the day or ...

  10. Bruegel

    fish without any problem. More often, the Bruegel is consumed without food. It is a beer to drink at the bar, at the barbecue, in the dance-hall, whenever you have fun with your friends. A beer to enjoy ... Belgian Amber ales.  It is brewed with Dutch barley and German hops.  Although the bitterness is clearly ...

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