There are plenty of great craft beers here in the United States, but if you’re out traveling in Belgium, you’re going to want a great Belgium beer. We’ve been traveling recently as well and we can say there are plenty of outstanding brews out there for you to try! After all, what is the fun in checking out some great brews if you can’t share their existence with others, right?
On our recent trip throughout the world, we had the chance to visit several lovely countries and try some of the interesting beers available in each locale. During our visit to Belgium, there were a variety of places for us to try some great Belgium beer and compare them to those we have found here in the United States over the years. Although we still prefer our American-style brews, we have to admit that the brews we found throughout the world were pretty great! Check out the pictures below.
All of these brews turned out to be great, though we really do prefer our American crafts. However, something about being in the country where so many craft brewing styles began is truly amazing. The staff at each brewery we visited were quite nice and very knowledgeable, which made the trip an extra special experience for us. We hope to go back at some point, as we’re always interested in seeing what others are doing in the industry and we really hope to see all of these folks doing well throughout decades to come.
If you’ve had a chance to try some of the delicious brews that they have to offer in Belgium, leave us a comment and tell us about the experience! We love to hear from our readers and your comment is likely to spark our next feature on these brews. In the meantime, we’re hard at work here in South Florida where we are getting everything ready for our own opening later this year in October. We plan to offer a great selection of craft beer, premium wines, and even exclusive wines from Pankauski Wine Cellar! We hope to see you there and until then, happy tasting!
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