Many people find it hard to consider beer as a dessert or part of a dessert pairing, but it’s really just as natural as pairing beer with food. There are so many great taste and flavor profiles in today’s beer that there is no reason to switch to coffee or port when the main course is finished. Beer paired desserts make a perfect grande finale to any dinner!
We’d like to share with you some of the healthy benefits of drinking beer. That’s right, beer has health benenfits! And this is something that’s been known for years.
Let the Festivities Begin! The Bruery 2 Turtle Doves Au Baron (Bailleux) Saison Saint Médard Noël Ommegang Biere D’Hougoumont Gouden Carolus Noël Fantôme de Noël St Bernardus Christmas Ale Scaldis (Bush) Noël Mikkeller Santa’s Little Helper 2011 Abbaye des
Bringing Back Beercation Beer (BBBB)… To Ship or To Schlep? Are you going to go on a Beeration over the holidays? Do you plan to bring home some special brews with you? Well then read on… One of them most frequent
Today’s Brewery of the Day: Huisbrouwerij Sint Canarus Polderweg 2 Deinze-Gottem Belgium We’ve just returned from France & Belgium where we met with some of the brewers and vendors for our upcoming October 27th –November 3rd Bon Beer Voyage beer
Au Baron was started as a small tavern in the petite French town of Gussignies by Alain Bailleux and his wife Danielle Baron Bailleux in 1973. By 1981 they turned this tavern into a wonderfully quaint restaurant with a grill made from a copper brew kettle! In 1989 Alain, a brewer, with the help of his father (who also happens to be a brewer, as was his grandfather) built Brasserie Bailleux in the back of the restaurant. This multi-generation family of brewers has now passed this brewing art onto Alain’s son Xavier
Here is the beer haul from our recent trip to France & Belgium where we met with some of the brewers and vendors for our upcoming October beer tour “Grand Crus to Farmhouse Brews- A Beercation Cruise through Belgium &
Bon Beer Voyage will be going to The Festival in Worcester Massachusetts where we will be joining a number of the brewers whom we visit on our Beercations and Beer Safari Weekends. This is a truly unique international festival
The Monumental Beer Tour of Washington DC Learn about Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Hoppiness! Explore some of the most inspiring monuments in our nation’s capital city in a whole new light during this brewnique walking tour given by
Name: Art of Darkness Style: Belgian Strong Dark Ale Brewery: Brewery Ommegang website Country: USA Region: Cooperstown, New York ABV: 8.9% abv How served: 750ml corked and caged poured into a Ommegang glass. My Overall Opinion: Very Good. I paired