Tag: Belgian Beer

Beer Review – Rodenbach Fruitage


The Rodenbach Brewery which is located in Roeselare, Belgium was founded by the Rodenbach brothers in 1836. Their specialty is barrel aged Flanders Red Ales which are blended, i.e. they use different combinations of 2 year old and young Flanders Red Ales, to create different Rodenbach beer expressions. […]

Beer Review – St. Feuillien Blonde Ale


You know you’re living in the Golden Age of American Craft Beer when you forget that many of the beer styles that we’ve grown to love were created somewhere else. Whether it’s the IPA which originated in England or the Berliner Weisse which originated in Germany or even […]

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside


Lindemans Kriek Lambic. That’s what you see inside the glass in the above photo. And that is my answer to The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge. Here is what this week’s challenge was all about: This week, share what you see on the inside. It could be something […]

Beer Review – Petrus Aged Pale


I bought this bottle of Petrus Aged Pale by mistake during a recent lunch time beer run to The Foodery. I know what you’re thinking. How does one buy a beer by mistake? Here’s how it happened… After reading a positively mouth watering review of a Petrus beer […]

Beer Review – Ichtegem’s Grand Cru


To further my education on sours, I have followed G-Lo’s lead and picked up the Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale, the Cuvée des Jacobins Flemish Sour Ale, the Duchesse De Bourgogne Flemish Red Ale and the Rodenbach Original. Some of this education has been met with great success (The Duchesse and […]