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Beer from Brouwerij Cornelissen crosses Atlantic Ocean

24/11/2020

Brouwerij Huyghe invests in sustainable solutions

Brouwerij Huyghe invests in sustainable solutions

17/11/2020
The coronacrisis hit Brouwerij Huyghe hard. Despite a 15% loss of turnover, the company invested 9 million euros this year. 

Sustainably canned craftsmanship: Vanhonsebrouck brewery's specialty beers

For brewery Vanhonsebrouck, sustainability is at the core of it all: from export to partnerships and, of course, growth. These beer brewers have big dreams!

Special beer in cans from Kasteel Brouwerij Vanhonsebrouck set to win over Americans

17/09/2020
The West-Flemish town of Izegem is home to the imposing brewery complex of Kasteel Brouwerij Vanhonsebrouck, replete with towers like a real castle.

Belgian beers and Belgian breweries: vibrant and going places

Out of the medieval guilds grew one of the world’s oldest professional associations: the Federation of Belgian Brewers.

Brewery Contreras celebrates its 200th birthday

03/09/2018
We, Belgians, love to combine excellent beer with delicious food. Last week, Gavere was the place to be for beer and food lovers.

Belgium, home to a true beer paradise

There is no doubt that Belgium is the country for beer. With its 150 breweries, ranging from small family breweries through medium-sized companies to big internationals, it offers a range of beers with highly contrasting tastes and flavours.

The leading global brewer? Belgian of course!

Anheuser-Busch InBev is the world’s leading brewer and is also one of the world’s top five consumer goods companies. 

Women love beer? Sure they do!

Why do not all women drink beer? That may sound like a naive question, but it isn’t. It is a popular misconception that women don’t like beer. “Brewing is something you do with passion,“ says Belgian beer sommelier Sofie Vanrafelghem –yes, a woman- taking another sip from her beer glass.

Beer flows down the streets of Bruges

Did you know that Brewery De Halve Maan builded a pipeline between its brewery and its bottling plant to avoid daily transports by heavy trucks in the medieval center? So next time you are admiring the beautiful buildings at Bruges, don’t forget to look down once in a while!

Belgian beer culture recognized as cultural heritage

UNESCO has added the Belgian beer culture to the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: a well-deserved recognition of the diversity, quality and innovation of the Belgian beer sector.

Belgian beer for dummies

Which types of Belgian beer should you be able to recognise?