Monthly Archives: June 2011

Geuzing it up on a Sunday morning

It sounds crazy to most to get up early on a Sunday, especially to get on a bus heading out of town to go drink beer. It sure is, but when the place is where we were headed this past … Continue reading

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Whisky whiskey everywhere, out in the middle of nowhere, part 2; or Glenrothes, “come out come out wherever you are”

The train to Kortemark was an hour and a half slightly North, very East, ride from the central train station here in Brussels. Stops were mostly in small towns besides Gent, and we saw fields and fields of grazing cows … Continue reading

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A small break between “Whisky Whiskey everywhere…” (parts 1 and 2): Gueuze it is!

I’m still wondering what site or link I luckily found that led me to this place on Saturday afternoon, but I’ll be visiting in the morning, not really too long from now actually. In the Insurance against Great Thirst as its … Continue reading

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Whisky whiskey everywhere, out in the middle of nowhere, part 1

As you have been reading since I settled here in Brussels, I’ve been hunting for whisky bars, shops, and whisky whatever I can find. It’s been a tug of war with myself since the unusually beautiful Belgian Spring, summery, isn’t … Continue reading

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A beer so special it even has its own festival

I’ve never been to a beer festival, but what I expected and what I found certainly differed greatly. My experience of a beer festival comes in the form of The Stockholm Beer and Whisky Festival, one of the world’s largest, … Continue reading

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