Beers Of Belgium PMM Happy Hour


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Hope you celebrate today in style with motivation from this Points, Miles & Martinis happy hour. This time we bring you the Beers Of Belgium Happy Hour from Points, Miles & Martinis. On our recent trip to the country of ~178 breweries, we got to experience a number of the best beers within the Flemish region.

Journey To Belgium

Beers Of Belgium

We enjoyed a number of the best beers in Belgium on tap including:

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We couldn’t drink all these beers and not wash them down with some healthy local dishes.

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Rivals Best Meal Ever

Bottom Line

It’s five o’clock somewhere, hope you can enjoy a beer as much as we enjoyed these ones.

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Comments

  1. Grimbergen is my favorite belgian abbey beer. Did you try both the blonde and the brown?

  2. Hi Truthiness – Ah yes, Grimbergen is tasty. The brown is almost a meal itself, yes, but we only snapped the blond picture above. Any other favorites that I didn’t show?

  3. Ah yes, Chimay…my all time favorite. Looking forward to trying some of these others on our upcoming trip to BRU!

  4. Kwak served in the traditional glass (basically a chemistry beaker) is a real Belgian treat. Especially when the bartender takes your shoe to ensure they get their glass back!

  5. Is that the rabbit stew? Duvel is my personal favorite. I did have a chance to taste Kwak, lovely beer, didn’t get served in the traditional glass though. Here are some pictures from last trip in May (ATL-BRU):

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    Grimbergen, Leffe, and Mort Subite (This was a cafe in Maastrict, NL, an hour away from Liege, Belgium)

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  6. I’m from Belgium and I also recommend these Belgium beers: Karmeliet, La Chouffe, Westvleteren (this one is probably not available because you can only buy this one in the brewer-abbey itself, and there is a limit and waitinglist)

    If you’re ever back in Belgium you should visit the Delirium cafe in Brussels, they serve over 2000 beers!

    As a girl, I like the fruit-beers like Kriek Lindemans, Kriek Mort Subite, Framboise, Hoegaarde Rosé etc..

  7. Hi Lauwchen – Next time I’m in Brussels, I’ll mark down some time to visit the house of beers (Delirium Cafe), and I assure you, I won’t be caught ordering a Sam Adams 🙂

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