Bink Blonde from the Bink Brewery in Kerkom is a classic and very refreshing Belgian Blonde. A Beer well worth looking out for.
Brugse Babbelaar Blonde got its name from the tongue-loosening qualities of alcohol. How does the Blonde with the Big Mouth on the label hold up in taste?
If you've already got into Oud Bruin you can't fail to enjoy this excellent beer. Petrus Aged Pale also has a very special story to tell.
The De Ranke XX Bitter has put the young Belgian De Ranke brewery on the map. The taste of this Pale Ale is, as you would expect, bitter but not coarse.
Chouffe Soleil reminded us of a Bavarian Weizen. Behind the label shows two gnomes having a picnic is an excellent summer beer - but not a Weizen substitute
De Ryck Special is an authentic Belgian amber coloured ale without extra flavourings. In 2006 and 2008 it was awarded a bronze medal at the World Beer Cup.
Giants? I mean the brewers; ABInev and Heineken, the world's biggest and third biggest, respectively. I decided to pitch Affligem against Leffe Blonde.
The Latin phrase Mea culpa (''through my fault") is an important part of the prayer of confession. One could say it is also a pretty good name for a beer.
I make no secret of the fact that Duvel is one of my favourites, so I couldn't resist the little green labelled bottle on the shelf in a Brussels beer shop.
If you’re a fan of good english real ale followed up with a tot of Laphroaig, Orval is a beer for you. What it lacks in strength it makes up for in taste.