Category Archives: European Beer

My Last TRUE Belgian: Brasserie de Cazeau Tournay de Noël

Sad, but true.  This is the last of three beers purchased at Brasserie de Cazeau, packed in my own luggage and brought the 4000 mile journey to be enjoyed in the company of my brother. Tournay de Noël:  8.5%abv  Suggested … Continue reading

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French Beer A Day: Beer La Blaque and Tales From the South of France…

So I have just returned from a week in the French region of Aveyron.  Famous for its rolling hills, farm land, medieval history (castles and stuff)-but definitely not for its beer.  We stayed in a 19th century home-made of the … Continue reading

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Kolsch: The Beer That Rebuilt Cologne

Hallo again, back from a recent trip across the border into German territory.  Cologne (Koln in German) is a city known for its WWII history, The Rhein and of course it’s ability to produce Kölsch Beer.  Germans, as much as … Continue reading

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