Tales From The Cellar

Belgian Style Domestic Beer Tasting: Friday, January 4th

Belgium is considered by many as a Mecca for the serious beer connoisseur and is home to a staggering number of different styles of beer to suit any occasion.  Crisp golden ales and citrusy Saison beers moving through to rich Abbey ales, Quadrupels and even sour beers fermented with wild yeasts offer the beer drinker a huge range of styles and limitless food pairing opportunities.

The U.S brewing industry has embraced this tradition with a great deal of passion and enthusiasm creating hundreds of Belgian inspired beers both classic and experimental. Great examples of these beers are appearing from all corners of the country with occasional collaborations with Belgian brewers not uncommon.

Try all nine of these great Belgian style beers for $5 on Friday 4th January from 4:30-6:30pm.

Uinta ‘Monkshine’ Belgian Blonde

Green Flash ‘Rayon Vert’ Pale Ale

North Coast ‘PranQster’ Golden Ale

Telegraph Brewing Company White Ale

Russian River & Sierra Nevada ‘BRUX’ Domesticated Wild Ale

The Bruery ‘Trade Winds’ Tripel

Ommegang ‘Three Philosophers’ Quadrupel

Allagash ‘Black’ Belgian Style Stout

North Coast ‘Brother Thelonius’ Abbey Ale


Christian B., Beltramo’s Wine & Beer Consultant

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