Rob Tod has been making Belgian-style beers since he opened Allagash Brewing in 1995 in Portland, Maine. We caught up with Tod at Cantillon during this year's Quintessence, to which he brought four beers.
The Beer Idiots attended one of the launch parties for Brasserie Surréaliste's new taproom in Brussels on 7 April. There we interviewed a few of the people who attended.
Petter Gunnarson, one of the 15 co-founders of Poppels Brewery and who looks after exports, sets out the path of one of Sweden's largest craft brewers in an interview with the Beer Idiots.
The Warsaw Beer Festival, which is held twice a year, is a powerhouse showcase of the best of Polish craft beer. Paweł Leszczyński, the co-founder of the festival, gives us insight into the current craft scene, as the Beer Idiots visited Warsaw for the festival's 13 edition, held March 24-26 at Warsaw Legia Stadium.
The Beer Idiots interview Maykel Stemplowski,one of Poland's best beer vloggers, known for his interviews and live talks at numerous events.
The Beer Idiots talked with Jan Keymis, one of the eight friends who conceived of and organised the Beer Experience festival.
Outer Range, a US craft brewery in Frisco, Colorado is building a brewery at the foothills of the French Alps, thus staying true to its mountain roots. The Beer Idiots talked with Lee Cleghorn in Brussels to discuss his plans to brew in Europe and how his Belgian roots has guided his brewing philosophy.
Our two judges, Hannah and Bas, give us their decision in an afternoon of tasting Dieter and Ahmed's versions of flemish stew, or stoofvlees or carbonnades flamandes, or just carbonade flamande, depending on where you live and what language you speak.
This is the second video in the Beer Idiots attempt to out do each other in the best carbonade flamande. This is Ahmed's version. Coming up next is a session with two diplomatic tasting judges and some frites.
The two Beer Idiots had a debate er...argument about who could make the best carbonades flamandes. So we had a cook-off.