If you do not know the infamous beer documentary ”How Beer Saved the World,” it’s about time you hear about this narrative masterpiece. Produced by the Discovery Channel, this documentary beautifully discovers the importance of brewing throughout human history.
What started as an accident in the Middle-East 11.000 years ago became the main motivational factor for the human species to evolve. When we were all just hunter-gatherers and had no idea of the wonderful world of homebrewed beer, somebody supposedly forgot a jar of barley outside, and with extreme luck and perfect weather conditions, the first beer was cooked up. Some sci...
I am the lucky guy that have been asked by The Belgian Brewery to do a monthly “Beerspiriment.” I must say, I am overly excited to tell you guys about my first fail. A brewing fail? Yes! You heard correctly, I am no expert in brewing, just an ordinary guy that enjoys experimenting with my homebrew.
So what are we going to talk about today? Bloody massive amounts of priming sugar. The first many batches I made with The Belgian Brewery’s starter kit gave me really awesome speciality beers, so I got extremely eager and thought to myself “I am ready to experiment with brewing, because I am the home made beer boss!”
We have known for a long time: you are quite awesome if you brew your own stew. Our worldwide community grows every day and has some impressive members, such as Thomas Jefferson. However, Jefferson was the first, but not the only presidential brewer. This month we introduce you to the White House Honey Ale, brewed by the one and only: Barrack Obama.
The White House Honey Ale has been produced since 2011 in, yes you guessed it, the White House. Using his personal funds, the president bought the necessary ingredients and brewing kit. Crafted with the homemade honey off the White House grounds, the taste is said to be an ice-cold s...
My name is Matthew and to be honest, nothing prepared me to enter the world of beer. My business partner and I started three years ago when we were inspired to bring traditional Belgian beer into our home. We thoroughly enjoy everything about beer: the diverse tastes, the poignant aromas, the glorious foam. We wanted to experiment with making our own beer, but found that it was a difficult process and that there was nothing on the market that really suited European beer lovers like us.
After researching the history of brewing and experimenting with the old school and the new school of beer making, we went all...
The Belgian Brewery is working hard to start up our new blog, which will be centred around our take on the Burgundian life style. Off course, there will be a lot of sweet information about brewing at home and beer in general. We are extremely excited to getting started on this!
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