Tales From The Cellar

Belgian Beers Part 2

Belgian Beer Tasting Part II: Friday June 7th

Belgium has the most diverse beer culture in the world, with many styles and varieties to keep the serious beer drinker occupied for quite some time.  Abbey Ales, Oud Bruins, Tripels and the dry, crisp Saisons from the south are just some of the beers available from this remarkable brewing nation.

This week will be a continuation of our look into the many famed styles available with some fine examples from across Belgium.   Well known names as well as smaller, unique breweries will all be featured in this fantastic tasting.

Try all nine of these great Beers for $5 this Friday June 7th.

Drie Fonteinen Beersel Lager

Glazen Toren Saison D’erpe-Mere

De Proef Flemish Primitive #3 ‘Surly Bird’

Alvinne Morpheus ‘Undressed’ Oud Bruin

De Ranke Noir de Dottignies

De La Senne ‘Jambe de Bois’

La Rulles Grand 10

Chimay Anniversary Grand Reserve 2012

De Halve Maan Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel


Christian B., Beltramo’s Beer Buyer

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