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Category: Belgian

Jef Versele, seventh-generation Brewer of Brouwerij Van Steenberge in Ertvelde, Belgium pours a glass of Gulden Draak directly from one of the lagering tanks. As well as Gulden Draak, the brewery also produces St Stefanus abbey beer.

Sometimes the simplest names are the best. The Beer and Ginhouse in Ghent, Belgium stocks a large range of Belgium beers and jeneva (gin).

Yes we've already featured the glory that is Tripel Karmeliet on Beer Lens before. Having another glass of it recently, I was compelled to take this shot to show off both the nicely done logo and what a glass of this fantastic beer looks like when the head settles.

Glass of Tripel Karmeliet enjoyed by my blogging partner Rob at The Dovetail in London. Lovely beer, lovely glass. More from my UK trip to come.

Glass of Tripel Karmeliet (which was voted the World's Best Ale at the World Beer Awards in 2008) enjoyed by my blogging partner Rob at The Dovetail in London. Lovely beer, lovely glass. More from my UK trip to come.

Scene from a Belgian beer tasting at the Tap and Mallet in Rochester, NY. Included lots of Belgian and Belgian-style beers. This is only part of the lineup. Third from the left is a bottle of Westvleteren 8.

Scene from a Belgian beer tasting at the Tap and Mallet in Rochester, NY. Included lots of Belgian and Belgian-style beers. This is only part of the lineup. Third from the left is a bottle of Westvleteren 8.

Arabier from De Dolle Brouwers in Belgium. Lovely bubbles upon opening.

Arabier from De Dolle Brouwers in Belgium. Lovely bubbles upon opening.

Duvel Green

Launch of Duvel Green at the Tap and Mallet in Rochester, NY