Michaël Boutriaux talks about the Belgian Beers Race, and plans for other similar riffs on the theme in other countries now the board game has launched on the market.
Dany Prignon wants to keep brewing, but now he is looking to sell to a working partner who will also invest in Fantôme and Soy, Belgium.
The opening up of Belgium this year has led to a few festival announcements as the beer starts to flow again. Here's the list of who's in the flow for now.
In an interview with the Beer Idiots Tom Bollen talks about combining a love of Belgian beer and local produce at restaurant Taratata in Hasselt, Belgium.
BelgHik is a grandiose and not so idiotic attempt to encourage a series of collabs between Flemish breweries and those in Wallonia. Or, why not, between a brewery based in Brussels and one in the German-speaking part of Belgium.
Soirée ZUUR is on tonight (18 June), featuring 69 Brussels bars and 5 brass bands, celebrating the Growfunding campaign to raise funds to keep them going during the Covid-19 lockdown.
Ready, set go, as Belgians head back to the bars today (8 May), with fresh kegs, clean pipes and glorious beer under cloud cover in most part of the country.
Yvan de Baerts of Brasserie de la Senne talks about his motivation as a craft brewer, his love for the city, and the state of sector due to Covid-19.
With a motto of "enjoy, love, taste, share", Jelle Suply and Koen Kostermans opened their craft beer shop, Hops 'n More, in Leuven in July 2020.
Mathias De Stecker and Franklin Verdonck of Siphon Brewing in Damme, Belgium are looking for a new home, preferably in Bruges.