Joseph Bramah’s invention from 232 years ago delivered beer from keg to glass without artificial carbonation being added.
Made from fermented millet, Tchapalo is a wonderful and delicious drink from northern Ivory Coast. Produced and consumed by the people of the north, especially the Senoufo, Lobi and Koulango tribes, this drink is now prized by the majority of Ivorians.
The Reinheitsgebot, probably the oldest food hygiene regulation, is a law that has its origin in the city of Ingolstadt, county of Bavaria in 1516 and is concerned with the standards for the sale and the composition of beer.
Trappist beers are beers brewed in monasteries by or under control of Trappist-Cistercian monks. There are 174 Trappist abbeys around the world but only 10 Trappist-monasteries are producing beer.
Lambic is a type of beer with a spontaneous fermentation . It is produced exclusively in the valley of the Senne (south of Brussels ) and in the Pajottenland (West of Brussels ).
The Saison is a refreshing blonde ale usually well coiffed and with good effervescence; is very hoppy, fruity and with a dry finish.
Rauchbier is a smoke flavored beer made from barley malt dried over an open flame.