We’ve spent a bit of time traveling recently and we thought we’d put together a nice little gallery for you of some of the great brews we’ve had the occasion to try. As our journey is not yet over, there will be another gallery later on with more brews, their origin, and of course, updates on the brewery. We hope you get a chance to try some of these craft brews from around the world, as we’ve enjoyed the trip so far and, for the most part, enjoyed the beer.
We’ve been to Germany, Belgium, and a few other places recently. While our crew is still hard at work getting everything together for the brewery opening later this year, we felt it was necessary to really take a look (and taste) of how craft beer is made in other countries. Not to mention it gave us a great chance to check out sources of yeast, malt, and hops! Variety is the spice of life and without these ingredients, craft beer would just be water, so it was time to see what was available in the world of ingredients, as well as craft brews.
As we said, our trip has taken us to other countries, which has been great. We’ve tried some outstanding craft beer from Belgium, Germany, and even Scotland, all while learning a bit about the different cultures and how they make their own interesting craft brews.
We’ve put together a small gallery of some of the beers we have had the opportunity to try. We hope you get a chance to try them for yourself as well because some of these craft brews were really great! It is always good to see and taste the origins of craft beer, even if we can’t go back 4,000 years in time to do so. So, without further ado, here is a gallery of the craft brews!
Ok, so the last picture is obviously not beer, but it is certainly beer related! That is a picture of some of the outstanding architectural art that can be found around the world. Proof that we’ve been enjoying craft beer for a very long time indeed, and that we had less than sanitary drinking habits according to those horns.
We’ve really enjoyed this trip and we can’t wait to see what other delicious craft brews we will come across. Learning about how the brews are made in other countries really gives us a deeper insight. Not only into the craft brewing industry but also into society, as craft beer has been an integral part of our societies for thousands of years and promises to continue to be for a long time to come.
We love hearing from our readers and would really enjoy it if you’d leave us a comment about the interesting craft brews you have found throughout your own journey. Remember to mention the names of the brews, as well as where you found them because we’d love to feature brews our readers have tried! In the meantime, from all of us here at West Palm Beach Brewery and Wine Vault, happy tasting!