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The Beer Idiots visited Cantillon on Zwanze day, 28 September and spoke with Jean Van Roy, Cantillon's owner and brewer, before heading off to l'Ermitage and Moeder Lambic Original for the tasting at 21h.
No this time it's not a Belgium art collective with another whale that is stranded in Madrid. A strike by one of the main...
Sébastien Gagnon, founder of Brasserie Dunham in Quebec, Canada, has made the long, hard climb to the top of the craft beer world from when he founded the province's first microbrewery beer bar.
Brasserie Atrium, La Source Beer Co. and Dok Brewing Company are recognised as among the top 10 new brewers in the world of drinking.
Armand Debelder talks about tradition, his legacy and 3 Fonteinen's future.
We salute label designers and other creative and idiotic endeavours with a selection of this month's beer graphics.
A walk through the Maalbeek valley in Ixelles, Brussels with Malt & Mout.
Malmö, Sweden is bursting with new brewers. The Beer Idiots talk about the new wave with four of the new wave of founders and brewers: Rocket Brewing, Psychopipes/Hyllie Brewery, Kapusta Brewing and Secret Sisters.
Andy Cooper, member of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), talks about some of the successes of the organisation in standing up for "live beer" since 1970s.
Michel Collot and Bruno Jacobs co-founded La Brasserie Belge in a section of Liège known as Herstal, with another friend, Pierre-Yves Meeckers, a pharmacist and master brewer around 2018.