Four Peaks Brewing Company: Cans vs. Bottles

I’ve always insisted that bottling beer is a major feat of technology and engineering. That is, if it’s 1908. Actually, bottling is a fine way to get beer into the hands of those who want to drink it. And, despite my joke, it has advanced technologically over the last century. It just has so many ... Read More

Yukon Brewing: And Where Did He Get That Banjo?

Mar 23, 2015 Brewing News 0 comments Just about bang on a year ago, we made a roggenbier, and called it Rapscallion. We liked it a lot, so wanted to bring it back again, but the brewers decided to shake it up a bit. So, we did a bock version, paying homage to the original ... Read More

Yukon Brewing: And Where Did He Get That Banjo?

Just about bang on a year ago, we made a roggenbier, and called it Rapscallion. We liked it a lot, so wanted to bring it back again, but the brewers decided to shake it up a bit. So, we did a bock version, paying homage to the original beer by naming it Rapscallion’s Cousine. The basic ... Read More

Brasserie de Cazeau: FESTIVAL BRASSICOLE DE TOURNAI

Une 5ème édition du Festival Brassicole de Tournai qui s’annonce grandiose. Du 21 au 22 Mars 2015 à la Halle aux Draps de Tournai, La Brasserie de Cazeau aura le plaisir d’y tenir un bar où vous pourrez y déguster ses bières mythiques aux saveurs multiples. ... Read More

Yukon Brewing: Who’s Looking Good Today?

Who’s Looking Good Today? Mar 10, 2015 Brewing News 0 comments It was back in 2011 that our brewers first took a stab at a porter, with our White Pass Porter. Of course, everybody knows the story about where porter got its name. If not, search it…  And, as we all know, a porter is generally ... Read More

Yukon Brewing: Who’s Looking Good Today?

It was back in 2011 that our brewers first took a stab at a porter, with our White Pass Porter. Of course, everybody knows the story about where porter got its name. If not, search it…  And, as we all know, a porter is generally a somewhat lighter version of a stout. In fact, the style ... Read More

De Kroon: Vlaanderen Vakantieland visits our Brewery

Anne van Vlaanderen Vakantieland visits Filip and Freddy Delvaux of De Kroon Brewery in Neerijse, Flemish Brabant. Here father and son have started a beer experience center. You can taste the house beers or let yourself be surprised by the creative kitchen team. A must and an ideal base to explore the Dijleland! ... Read More

Gueuzerie Tilquin: Tilquin English Beer Festival 2015 + Opendoors

Posted on February 24, 2015 The day before the Toer de Geuze 2015, the Gueuzerie Tilquin organizes an English Beer Festival with a selection of 7 of the most innovative English brewers, as well as with two additional guests. Here is the list of the invited breweries : – The Kernel Brewery – Thornbridge Brewery ... Read More

Gueuzerie Tilquin: Toer de Geuze 2015

Posted on February 23, 2015 The day after the Tilquin English Beer Festival, the Gueuzerie Tilquin participates to the Toer de Geuze 2015. On that day, the Gueuzerie Tilquin proposes you free guided tours of the blendery and a free glass of lambic for each visitor. During this event, it will be possible to taste ... Read More

Gateway Brewing Company: Romancing the Beer

A nice read from our very own in-house beer geek: Navin Mittal. While the title of the article has been inspired by Valentine’s Day that’s just passed, it brings fond memories of the 1984 film, Romancing the Stone, starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner & Danny DeVito. I had seen this film when I was in ... Read More