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  1. Meet The Brewer - Brooklyn Tap House

    It's Friday, work was tough, chill is in the air and strong Beligan Beers are at your neighborhood pub, are you going to stay home? Come meet the brewer Jef Versele of Brewery Van Steenberege who produce the award winning and dangerously drinkable Gulden Draak and Piraat. We are going to sit back, ...

  2. Dubble Ale

    The Belgian dubbel is a rich malty beer with some spicy/phenolic and mild alcoholic characteristics.  Not as much fruitiness as the Belgian dark ale but some dark fruit aromas and flavors may be present.  Mild hop bitterness with no lingering hop flavors.  It may show traits of a steely caramel flavor ...

  3. Tikka Gold

    amount of rice with the perfect balance of malts, hops and spring water, gives the beer its distinctive ...

  4. Silly Burgundy Barrel Aged Scotch Ale (Ltd. Ed.)

    caramelized malt and candied sugar from the mother beer. The flavor coming from the scotch barrel produces ...

  5. Silly Burgundy Barrel Aged Scotch Ale (Ltd. Ed.)

    caramelized malt and candied sugar from the mother beer with the flavor coming from the Burgundy barrel to ...

  6. Troubadour Magma Maris Otter (Ltd. Ed.)

    years- Malt is the next logical step for The Musketeers. Maris Otter is a beautiful and full bodied beer ...

  7. Wedding of Asparagus & Belgian Endives in a White Church

    Wittekerke Makes 4 servings: - 16 Asparagus - 4 Belgian Endives - 1 can Wittekerke Belgian Wit Beer, you need about 2/3 of the can or 8 oz - 8 tablespoons butter ... the mustard and the rest of the Wittekerke beer (6 oz). - Melt the butter in the microwave. Add ...

  8. Silly Lamb-Kebab on the BBQ

    the bacon and the lamb pieces. Grill the kebabs. - Making sauce. Sieve the pieces out of the beer. put the beer-liquid in a pan, and heat it up. Add the mustard and the cream. Add salt and pepper. ...

  9. Penne with Herby Scallops and Wittekerke

    can (12 oz) Wittekerke beer - 1/4 pint fish stock - salt, black pepper and Sambal Oelek paste ... toughen.) 4. Remove the scallops. Boil the beer and the stock to reduce by half and add the sauce to the ...

  10. 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 ...

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