Not All Belgian Beers Go to Heaven

  We’ve discovered a recent trend in New England: Belgian inspired restaurants that sell little to no actual Belgian beers on their menu. We’ve noticed this on recent visits to Duck Fat in Portland, Maine and Saus in Boston. Both restaurants have a quality selection of craft beers, just not Belgian ones. And while many…

Belgium and Netherlands Tour: September, 2015!

    There is a new post about this tour, there are still limited spots available but please go here! Looking for a great guided tour of Amsterdam and Brussels to enjoy two of Europe’s most beautiful cities, while indulging in delicious food, some of the world’s best beers and enjoying fantastic day trips? Then…

Return to Amsterdam, the Prettiest City We’ve Lived In

  We just returned from a 12 day trip across the Atlantic to Belgium and the Netherlands, revisiting Amsterdam for the first time since we lived there 3 years ago. It was a fantastic trip and we already miss being in Europe. Strolling around Amsterdam reminded us that it’s the most beautiful city we’ve ever…

Cantillon Brewery: Last Lambic Brewery in Brussels

Away from the touristy Delirium Cafe and it’s world record 2,000 beers on offer is a lesser-known gem, the family run Cantillon Brewery in Brussels. Cantillon has been brewing lambic beer with the same equipment since their inception in 1900. The active brewery and museum reside in a quiet residential neighborhood and apart from visiting…

Cantillon brewery in Brussels

Delirium Cafe in Brussels: Biggest beer selection in the world!

When Bell and I lived in Amsterdam we were fortunate to take a couple trips to Belgium’s underrated capital. One of the absolute highlights for any beer lover on a trip to Brussels is a visit to the pub with the biggest beer selection in the world, the Delirium Cafe.¬†While it is very touristy, and…