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  1. Petrus Sour Apricot

    7.30% 30L Kegs Pale Petrus Aged Pale Apricot Ale is a blend of the famous Petrus Aged Pale sour (a 100% Foeder beer that is aged 24 months in Calvados Oak Foeders) and fresh Apricots. Without overpowering fruit flavor or sweetness, fresh Apricots subtly meld with the Mother Beer creating a unique, ...

  2. Petrus Oud Bruin Ale (Rood Bruin)

    wine with a head. Sour sweet balance. It is an excellent beer to marinate fish or meat in it. Richer meat dishes, or heavy pasta dishes where the light sourness of the beer is looked for to offset the ... also called the Burgundy of Flanders, and is a very typical and common beer in West Flanders Created by ...

  3. Wittekerke Wild

    5.00% 16.9 oz cans- 4 pack, 50 Liter kegs Very light with a fine white head Crisp Wit beer with a sour finish. Wit Brouwerij De Brabandere Wittekerke Wild A beer to blow your mind and refresh your ... beer has never seen before. Through a new technique at Brewery De Brabandere they are able to harvest ...

  4. Piraat Ale

    often appreciated as an after dinner beer and cigar lovers claim there is no better beer to enjoy with ... a living beer! In the 17th and18th century, ales like Piraat were highly prized and sought after by ...

  5. Piraat Triple Hop

    10.50% 11.2 fl. oz., 25.4 fl. oz., 20L Kegs Amber The brewers at brewery Van Steenberge had noticed the trend toward more hoppy beers worldwide and decided to experiment with the world famous Piraat ... re-fermented in the bottle, And in the keg! It is a living beer!     piraat triple hop ...

  6. Kapittel Pater

    beer that goes well with lunch and dinner. Typically you would drink it at lunch with sandwiches, cheeses and meats. Even a spicy salad would be a nice combination. Since the color of the beer is dark, ... beer has a soft, slightly sweet taste, which is attractive to set off spicy or outspoken biting tastes ...

  7. Chimay Première Ale

    ale to be sold by the Trappist monks in 1862, hence the name. The monks did not want sell a beer that would compete directly with the lighter style beers in the region and harm the local economy for which they worked to reinvigorate. These local beers were known as “household beer.” So, the first brand they ...

  8. Piraat Cheese Fondue

    a pan, heat the liquid up, and put the pieces of cheese in the beer. While continuously stirring with a wooden spoon the cheese will melt in the beer. Bring the “porridge” to taste with salt, pepper and nutmeg. Take your fondue-pan, smear it with a clove of garlic, and empty your melted cheese-beer ...

  9. Sweepstakes Entry Rules

    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. The "Win a Beer Lover's Trip of a Lifetime" Sweepstakes ("Sweepstakes") is sponsored by Global Beer Network Global Beer Network, 325 N. Main St., Middleton, MA 01949 ("Sponsor"). The Sweepstakes begins at 12:00:01 a.m. EDT on March 1, ...

  10. Scotch Silly

    like soups and stews. An excellent dessert beer. When served cold with spicy curry and jalapeno dishes, the sweetness of the beer balances the spiciness of the food. Scotch Ale Brasserie Silly Brasserie de ... were ended around 1950, when the focus turned to brewing quality beers. One of the greatest Scotch Ales ...

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