Day 24: Rince Cochon Cuvee Speciale Sur Lie

For world beer Wednesday we are going back to Belgium and grabbing a Rince Cochon Cuvee Speciale Sur Lie. A Belgian style blonde ale which was originally brewed in France, but moved to Belgium when it was acquired in 1990. The pig (Cochon) is what drew me to this bottle. So lets make the liquid…

Day 5: Rodenbach Caractere Rouge 2013

For my first “World Beer” of 30 Beers in 30 Days I’m going Belgian. I must admit that as popular and world renowned as Rodenbach is in the sour category I have never tried one of their beers. I missed my perfect opportunity for a namesake brew review with the Rodenbach Alexander. So when starting…

Orval Trappist Ale

I am constantly scouring the world (and the internet) in search of the “World’s best Beer.”  I do this all for you my adoring audience. So far all the blogs and articles that I’ve read in the name of research have led me to some pretty great brews. If nothing less an exciting trip to…

Drinking & Thinking

Belgian beers have been an enigma to me. A lot of so called beer “Experts” always have them at the top of their lists as best beers in the world. So far I have found them and their American imitators very lack luster, and prefer a local craft ale over one of these high alcohol…