Surprisingly, the Belgians aren’t big on rules. At least, not when it comes to beer. While most nations (especially the Germans) are strict on what constitutes an ingredient, brewers from the Kingdom have always been more experimental. Our latest annual tribute to JP Dufour is fruity, complex, spicy and dry – with a bit of a kick. JP would approve, well he loved a good experiment.
German Pilsner, Pilsner
Saaz & Wai-iti
Serve at 6-8°C, or as we say in Dunedin, room temp
MAtches nicelY with
- Tuna Tartar, ponzu glaze and pickled ginger
GOLDEN STrONG ALE
Approx 3.2 stAndArd drinks
HE MAKES THE BEST rANGE OF BEErS THAT I TASTED ON A rECENT TOUr IN HIS COUNTrY.
MichAel JAckson (No, not thAt MichAel JAckson)