anything by this two person brewery out in the Ardennes Mountains of Belgium.please try hard to find it. its worth it.
anything by this two person brewery out in the Ardennes Mountains of Belgium.please try hard to find it. its worth it. what's that like? I wonder if the Party Source in KY carries it...
last two beerfest have been with labatts. not my Beer beer, but a throwback to the days of yore.Awwwwwwwww.
[8% alc. by volume, with a wonderfully musty and characterful aroma. ???Absolutely gorgeous, complex summer refresher with enough interest to drink all year-round.??? (The Beers of Wallonia). Both authors give this beer a perfect 10. Certainly, no other brewer makes beer like this, in Belgium or anywhere. How many beers of 8% plus offer such fresh fruitiness? A solid Belgian saison beer at its base, with an unusual overlay of fruitiness.Selected as one of the fifty best beers in the world by Men's Journal magazine, July 2005.http://www.richos.com/ ...this place located in New Albany, Indiana; just miles north of Louisville has it, and were the first to carry it in the states.
While K??nig certainly is not a bad beer, it is still miles away from the top of German Pilsener. Besides Tannenz??pfle, this here is another fine example of how good a Pils can be:
I never understood the appeal of these belgian beers... I got into huge fights over this with some beer obsessed friends in the US. Strangely enough, the US seems to be the only place outside of Belgium where this stuff experiences some degree of popularity. I find them too sweet, sticky and especialy the stronger ones just plain disgusting. The gimmicky names and infantile label designs do the rest.
From across the pond Im always feeling Sammy Smith, Newcastle and Boddingtons.