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Marc Vandepitte, president and founder of Brugs Bierfestival, updates us on the festival's success, which he and two friends started 13 years ago.
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It's the day after the Day of the Dude, dude, so come on down you Beer Idiots to the Python on Saturday 7 March...
Valentin Cavel, co-owner of Brasserie Le Singe Savant in Lille, France lets us know that the brewer is not monkeying around when it comes to delivering good beer.
One wag on Facebook labelled the re-discovery of a special stash of Cantillon's Saint-Lamvinus as "Probably the greatest archeological find since Howard Carter's discovery in the Valley of the Kings."
Taras Bulba's label of man with a barrel gets censured in the UK, while the complaints panel decides that Delirium Tremens' pink elephant does not suggest drunken hallucinations.
Brasserie Atrium, La Source Beer Co. and Dok Brewing Company are recognised as among the top 10 new brewers in the world of drinking.
Antoine Robic, co-founder of Fauve Craft Beer in Paris, France talks to the Beer Idiots about his technicolour dream world of beer, craft and art.
Lorenzo Gamba quit his job and joined two other homebrewers in his area, to start Piggy Brewing in Liverdun, France to make some of the country's best beers. We love their big, fat stouts.
The following is a round-up of the festivals the Beer Idiots visited in 2019, along with our video interviews of those who either founded them or were part of the organisation behind them.