On any given day, the Market Square in Bruges, Belgium, teems with tourists. They arrive from around the globe to stroll the narrow cobbled streets and float the tranquil canals of this impossibly charming medieval Flemish town. If you exit the square at the far end, opposite the iconic bell tower and dueling frites stands,... View Article
Tag: Trappist ales
On Location November 14, 2017 - Dan Rabin
What's Brewing June 14, 2011 - Tom Acitelli
Bierkraft in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn is the sort of place most beer lovers would step over their mothers to spend time—and money—in regularly.
Book Reviews - Full Pints March 1, 2004 - Chuck Cook
Hardcover, $18.95, 128 pp. Heavenly Beers: a Taster’s Guide to Monastery Tradition Ales and Lager is an interesting book, the first I have seen that has attempted to cover all or most of the subject of monastic brewing. The book is informative and goes into intimate detail on some of the breweries covered, though not... View Article