I'm writing about so many other cultures, I should write something about Dutch beer culture as well, and don't make the mistake that it doesn't exist, it does :) It's…
As soon as I heard that I passed the level 1 exams I signed up for level 2. Level 2 consists of 12 (actually 13) detailed lessons about everything you can imagine beer related, but like every course in the end you have just scratched the surface.
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. Again a very travel sized game this post: Hip Hops (also known as Brews of the World).
This post is way overdue, but Eindhoven is my home town, and certainly needs to be here. Besides, Eindhoven has such an interesting beer history!
Burton-on-Trent is historically speaking a very important beer city and it is mainly known for this extensive brewing history, with its height around the 18th and 19th centuries.
This is in Dutch, because the podcast is in Dutch. Zoals eerder gezegd zou ik nog met Kleine Boodschap een podcast opnemen over de Eftelingbieren. Bij dezen!
Did you know that how you handle your bought beers affects the taste, fragrance and quality of the beer almost as much as the brewing process itself?
I want to participate in the Dutch championships in 2020. Not to win - not saying that wouldn't be nice - but mainly to participate in the first three rounds, test myself on my knowledge and tasting abilities ánd as a bonus...
In June 2018 the Guild for Dutch Biersommeliers organised the first Dutch Championships for Biersommelier. The Champions were partly meant to figure out which three contestants would participate in the World Championships on behalf of the Netherlands.
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 another travel sized game: Microbrew