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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 Beer Idiots visit Café Sint-Janneke, Cafe De Vischmijn, Cafe Kulminator, Billie's Bier Kafétaria and Dr. Beer.
Micro-breweries dominated the top winners of the World Beer Awards, though there were enough mundane choices in the sub-categories to make beer lovers despair.
Tim Webb, co-author of the World Atlas of Beer and a member of the executive of the European Beer Consumers Union speaks about the revolution he has seen in the beer industry since the last edition of the book.
The Beer Idiots' barbecue - a wonderful affair where Stavros taught us how to play Coyote.
Iacopo Lenci of Birrificio Brùton in Tuscany, Italy talks about innovation and brewing with wine must.
It's always great when spending on one of our favourite beers also ends up going to funding a good cause. True to the spirit...
Olivier Huens is hands on at Brasserie H2O as he brings his twist to brewing. See the videos and pics as he takes the Beer Idiots around his brewery in Brussels, Belgium.
With a record 587 Belgian beers on offer, the Zythos Beer Festival in Leuven is the largest showcase in the world for the made-in-Belgium brand. Here are pics of some of the 11,000 people who visited the festival over the two days of the 2019 edition.
Pia Morgenroth of G’Bräu from Berlin makes a cold-fermented, lager-type gruit beer with wild herbs like alehoof, stinging nettle, yarn, and artemisia. Under the German Reinheitsgebot she can't call it beer.