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Ramblings of an American COVID confinee in Brussels

Being thus cruelly confined to one's home, it has been necessary to drink beer, says Peter Gutierrez.

The resistance brews at t’Verzet

Koen Van Lancker, brewer/co-owner, Brouwers 't Verzet, Anzegem, Belgium talks about oak leaves and not getting bored.

Siphon: old world and new world

Franklin Verdonck talks about how he homebrewed for 15 years, took a course in brewing, and co-founded Siphon Brewing in Damme, Belgium.

La Grande d’Ame finds the soul of beer

Ulrich Deboeck, co-owner/brewer, La Grande d'Ame, Herent, Belgium talks about how he and three friends started brewing in a garden and ended up going commercial.

Nectar Bohème: a wanderer finds his home

Video: Stéphane Renard, owner/brewer of Nectar Bohème, left Pottes, Belgium to work at a variety of  jobs far from his family's farm. Now...

Force Majeure: dedicated to zero

Stijn Panis, brewer/owner of Force Majeure in Genk, Belgium explains how a triathlon turned him into a brewer of non-alcoholic beer.

Beer Porn: April 2020

We salute label designers and other creative and idiotic endeavours with a selection of this month's beer graphics.

Ale for real – the British way

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.

Totem: craft spirit

Klaas Dellaert brewer/owner of Totem Brewery in Evergem, Belgium gives us an insiders look at what running a microbrewery involves.

Beer in Brugge

Marc Vandepitte, president and founder of Brugs Bierfestival, updates us on the festival's success, which he and two friends started 13 years ago.