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From Drunk Monks to Boozy Brunch: A Brief History of Drinking in the Morning

From Drunk Monks to Boozy Brunch: A Brief History of Drinking in the Morning

“It’s 5 o’clock somewhere!” lamely jokes the guy in your office who thinks he’s being naughty for having a light beer at a 3:30 p.m. offsite meeting. Today his coworkers might snicker at his so-called transgressiveness. Yet for most of history, drinking before 5:00 p.m. was perfectly acceptable, if not necessary. Many people drank in […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Delirium Tremens

10 Things You Should Know About Delirium Tremens

Delirium Tremens is one of the most popular Belgian beers out there, and for good reason. Its signature pink elephant logo and ceramic bottles have helped it become incredibly recognizable. The medium-bodied Belgian pale ale exhibits apple and pear aromas at the nose, and features banana, fruit, spice, and wheat flavors. What it’s arguably most […]

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Your Fall Belgian Beer Drinking Schedule

Your Fall Belgian Beer Drinking Schedule

We all have different ways of preparing for fall. Maybe you stock your wardrobe with corduroy and sweater vests. Maybe you apologize to your palate for all the pumpkin-spice-everything it’s about to endure. But one thing you should definitely do in preparation for fall: get your Belgian beer schedule ready. Oh, don’t have a Belgian […]

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13 Things Everyone Should Know About Belgian Beer

13 Things Everyone Should Know About Belgian Beer

You may ardently love it —or think you hate it—but there’s still probably something you don’t know about Belgian beer. For one, it’s incredibly hard to qualify what “Belgian beer” actually is. (Except, that is, that it’s made in Belgium.) And then there are all the confusing religious terms —Trappist, abbey, Duvel (yeah, that means […]

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There’s Gonna Be An Underground Beer Pipeline In Belgium

There’s Gonna Be An Underground Beer Pipeline In Belgium

Looks like Switzerland is not the only European country that likes to bury giant pipes underground. Granted, Bruge’s forthcoming underground beer pipeline doesn’t have as much devastating black-hole-creating potential as the Large Hadron Collider (which can apparently only be taken out by a weasel…really). But it’s still a bit freaky and futuristic.

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