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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. Sour

    Sour beer is a beer style characterized by an intentionally acidic, tart, sour taste. It is Category 17 of the Beer Judge Certification Program Style Guidelines. In theory any style of beer may be soured, but in practice the most common styles that are soured are Belgian lambics, gueuzes, and Flanders ...

  5. Troubadour Obscura

    roasted flavors. Coffee? Chocolate? Pleasant bitterness. A beer to have with your main course. The ... compensate. Some will enjoy this beer as their last beer of the day, or as dessert. Another ideal occasion ... beer clearly reminds you of the Good Life. Stout Brouwerij The Musketeers Pretty dark color, as you ...

  6. "FLAVOR THAT EXPLODES ON THE PALETTE: GLOBAL BEER NETWORK SWEETENS THE SUMMER WITH UNIQUE SOUR BEER COLLECTION"

    – (August 2012) – Global Beer Network, the exclusive U.S. importer for more than 60 Belgian beer labels, ... hand-selected Belgian sour beers.   “This is the most unique offer in the beer industry today,” said Steve ... yeast strains or bacteria into the brew. The most common beer styles that are soured are Belgian ...

  7. Belgium Comes to Cooperstown

    beginning April 1. “Belgium Comes to Cooperstown,” Ommegang’s exclusive Belgian beer tasting festival, offers beer enthusiasts the opportunity to taste hard-to-find Belgian ales from the Motherland and Belgian-style ales from all over North America. Seventy-five breweries will be on hand pouring more than 300 ...

  8. Global Beer Featured in On Tap Magazine

    discussion of some of Global Beer's offerings in " Belgian Beers: A Taste to Live For " Beer is to Belgium, what wine is to France. With that in mind, On Tap had the privilege of sitting down ... don’t know what makes them so unique,” he explains. Read the full article here: Belgian Beers ...

  9. Cheers to Belgium Beers!!

    Join us for a Belgian Beer EXTRAVAGANZA! Come and taste dozens of the best beers in the world (including 5 of the Trappist breweries) and meet Belgian brewers, importers, and distributors who bring these beers to you. $15 for commemorative tasting glass plus 10 tasting tickets. Additional tickets available ...

  10. Meet The Brewer

    Meet Bertrand Van Der Haegen the Brewmaster of Brasserie de Silly from the village of Silly, Belgium.  Taste the Yard House Belgian Amber Tripel Ale as well as the famous Belgian Beers Scotch Silly and Saison Silly!!! Scotch Silly Silly Saison Friday, ...

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