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  1. Saturday Tasting Event

    Join Natasha for this awesome event at Holiday Wine Cellar.  It will feature six different beers from four Belgian breweries, including the 7.5% Belgian Strong Ale, Sloeber-- a brand new beer to California!  Taste all six beers for only $5! Biere Du Boucanier Dark Gulden Draak ...

  2. Fischmans Liquors

    Taste some of our wonderful Belgian Ales! Gulden Draak Monks Cafe Flemish Sour Ale Wittekerke Troubadour beers Thursday, November 1, 2012 5-8pm ...

  3. Bruski's Keep the Pint Night, Feat. Bavik

    Join us for a glass of your favorite Belgian pilsner-- Bavik!  Buy a beer, keep the glass! Bavik Pilsner Wednesday, December 19, 2012 Starts at 5pm ...

  4. Brewery De Brabandere

    Check out this article about Brewery De Brabandere that was featured in the "Belgian Beer and Food Magazine" written by Robyn Boyle. DeBrabandere.pdf ...

  5. 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 ... prepare: Clean the asparagus and the Belgian Endive. Add Asparagus to a pot with 1 inch water, the ...

  6. Steamed Mussels the Belgian Way

    Wittekerke Makes 2 servings: * 4 Pounds of fresh mussels (+/- 35 per person) * 1 Wittekerke beer (11.2oz) * 2 chopped celery stalks * 1 chopped carrot ... cold Wittekerke beer. Click here to order the authentic Wittekerke mussel pot ...

  7. Cherish Belgian Waffels

    Melt the butter, and stir it with the sugar, the vanilla sugar, the baking soda and the beer into your ... Serve: Heat your iron, and bake the most delicious Belgian waffles you've ever had. Decorate to ...

  8. Max and Joe's

    Come sample some great Belgian Ales with me at Max and Joes - All before Omaha Extreme Beer Fest Some new beers will be featured. Come out and see what we have! Wednesday, February 20, 2013 7-9pm ...

  9. Wit

    Wit is the identification for Belgian Wheat Ales. They are absolutely different from German or US wheat beers. A Wit must be brewed using at least 25 % of wheat malts.  Belgian wheat beers are fruitier, with a slight lemony touch, because the use of coriander seeds, orange peels, and ...

  10. Recipes

    ...a pinch of this, and a dash of that... Cooking with Belgian Beer is flavorful, healthy, and fun! Indeed, experimenting with your favorite beers in the kitchen to ... enjoying a good beer. Remember what we say in Belgium: beer is food! Here are some recipes to tickle ...

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