Breweries - Belgian
- Brasserie de l'Abbaye des Rocs s.a.
- Describes the beers of Brasserie de l'Abbaye des Rocs. Multilingual site is a bit basic on content, fortunately the beer is much better.
- Brasserie de Silly
- A silly beer indeed. Nicely done multilingual site for this Hainaut region brewery.
- La Brasserie d'Achouffe
- Multilingual site for la Brasserie d'Achouffe. The pleasure of playing "La joyeuse marche de la Chouffe" makes a visit to this site very worthwhile.
- La Brasserie de Brunehaut
- The best part of this multilingual site is the painstaking instruction on just how to pour and serve a Brunehaut beer, even going so far as to point out that the vitamin B in the yeast has positive health connotations.
- Brouwerij Ter Dolen
- Site is entirely in Walloon so I don't understand a word of it... Nice castle though.
- Brouwerij De Koninck
- The site is nice but a bit disappointing in that it contains little information for the beer geek. However, there are a couple of recipes for good, hearty "beer meals" which is a nice touch.
- This "devil of a beer" also has a "devil of a (multilingual) site" that had me drooling in anticipation of my next foray to the fridge for one of these fine beers. The site covers it all, from the history of the brewery to its range of beers (Maredsous is a favorite abbey beer of mine) to desktop wallpaper and a spiffy screensaver. A great site that is a must-visit.
- The beer, not the band. My French isn't what it used to be, but it is still a very nice site with what looks like a good amount of information on the brewery and its beers.
- Brouwerij Palm
- Yes, yet another great Belgian beer site. Looks good, has loads of info, and provides great insight into some foundations of Belgian culture -- beer, food, and the draught horse. Has a nice selection of recipes for dishes prepared with beer.
- Brouwerij Rodenbach
- Multilingual site for the Brouwerij Rodenbach, has an extensive list of recipes made with Rodenbach beer...sure to leave the mouth watering!
- Boon Brewery
- The site is still under construction, but will give you some basic information on there beers.
- St Feuillien Brewery
- I visted this brewery with the Ale Street News trip in March 2001, very well kept neat and orderly brewery. We get three or thier beers on this side of the Atlantic, all are worth a try.
- Abbaye du Val-Dieu
- This site is a subsite of thier importer
D & V INTERNATIONAL, gives good basic information.