I have a library full of games. Naturally I have several games about beer and once in a post I'd like to tell more about one of them. This time it's time for another bigger game: Dice Brewing.
One of the things that can be a part of being an international biersommelier is being asked to be a judge in a beer competition. I was asked to judge in the Dutch Beer Challenge of 2020 and of course I said yes!
You cannot have missed it! There's a new gang in town! Since february 15. there's an official Benelux chapter of the Pink Boots Society.
In 2019 De Efteling launched two new beers, this time for the Efteling hotel. These beers are also brewed by a local Brewery, Brouwerij Opener, so of course I had to go there to check it out.
We managed to get our hands on some beers brewed in America! And that's something, because they aren't easy to get around here.
As I visited Burton last year with the new students, I visited Dortmund in 2018 with my own study group. Our assignment was to brew a Dortmunder Export, but none of us ever drank a Dortmunder Export before.
I have a library full of games. At its height it contained almost 500 different ones, these days I brought it back to 225 games. This time it's time for another print and play game: Six sided Stout
In 2017 I finished StiBON level 1 and I put it to the test immediately. I decided to make a New Year's beer-food-pairing dinner of three courses for eleven diners
If you think being a biersommelier is all about trying the newest and best beers and drinking all kind of nice stuff, think again ... Training for becoming a biersommelier puts beer and flavours in a whole new perspective, and unfortunately not all is well in paradise.
When I visited Brussels last year it wasn't specifically for the beery things. The main beery thing of the trip was a Gueuze brewery, namely Cantillon.