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Beers to look for for those going to the Stayen Cup

one of my favourites:
http://www.cantillon.be/br/3_102
In London it's a bit hard to get hold of and expensive but worth searching out if you're in Belgium

What other are recommended?

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  • Seeing as its in Saint Truiden, it would be rude not to include the following....http://www.brouwerijkerkom.be/en
    never drunk it - but i've no doubt its good !
  • Seeing as its in Saint Truiden, it would be rude not to include the following....http://www.brouwerijkerkom.be/en
    never drunk it - but i've no doubt its good !

    Winterkoninske Grand Cru

    13% alc./vol.

    WOW
  • I'm looking forward to the ten De Bink beer challenge at the Brewery on Sunday.

    Probably best to have the Cherry Beer first though.
  • edited June 2014
    If you want a refreshing beer stick to Geuze, superb if weather is hot but slightly sour. Absolute stonker is Boon Geuze Marriage Parfait. Not sure if I have name right but Rochenbach Trippell fairly impressive.
  • Will our visiting fans be able to field a side? Hardly caught the imagination by the looks of it. Perhaps because we don't look ready to field a side?
  • Will our visiting fans be able to field a side? Hardly caught the imagination by the looks of it. Perhaps because we don't look ready to field a side?

    Pope
    Solly Morro Lennon Wiggins
    Wilson Cousins Buyens JJ Harriott
    Vetokele

    Doesn't look too shabby. Assumes Reza on holiday.


  • If you are in to heavier beers, Rochefort, Delirium Tremens and Tripple Karmeliet are woryh a try. Westvleteren if you can find it and to a lesser extent Westmalle, Chimay or La chouffe
  • If you are in to heavier beers, Rochefort, Delirium Tremens and Tripple Karmeliet are woryh a try. Westvleteren if you can find it and to a lesser extent Westmalle, Chimay or La chouffe

    "Delirium Tremens"? No need to travel to Ostend or Knokke just for that. Come here and enjoy our Theakston's Old Peculier, Gale's Old Ale and Fuller's ESB. I'm in the chair.

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