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$
47
08
/ Person
Brussels, Belgium
Duration:
2 H
 (2)
Beer in Belgium varies from pale lager via the amber of special and lambic beer, red ofFlemish red, to black of Scotch and Stout beers. There are approximately 180 breweries in the ... morecountry,[1] ranging from international giants to microbreweries.[2] In 2016, UNESCO inscribed Belgian beer culture on their list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity,[3] noting that:[4]

beer culture in Belgium combines know-how concerning nature, social practices and craft skills that constitute an integral part of daily and festive life. Regularly shared between practitioners, knowledge and skills are transmitted from masters to apprentices in breweries but also within families, in public spaces and through formal education. Beer culture in Belgium contributes to the economic and social viability at local level and the constitution of the social identity and continuity of its bearers and practitioners, who promote responsible production and consumption.
A list of Belgian beers compiled by a team of experts and published as a book by Stichting Kunstboek in 2015 listed nearly 1600 different beers. [5]

On average, Belgians drink 84 litres of beer each year, down from around 200 each year in 1900.[6] Most beers are bought or served in bottles, rather than cans, and almost every style of beer has its own particular, uniquely shaped glass or other drinking-vessel.[7] Using the correct glass is considered to improve its flavor.
$
29
42
/ Person
Brussels, Belgium
Duration:
2 H
 (1)
Beer and chocolate: a match made in Belgium! It’s hard to meet a truer Belgian: Werner. He has two passions: chocolate and beer. And what’s better: he has found a way to combine Belgium’s ... moremost important export products into interesting chocolate and beer pairing tastings. With his company he found a hole in the market. My years of experience as beersommelier and chocolate lover can put you definitely on the way. Craftmanship is an art. Passion is everything.
Maybe it sounds weird, but beer and chocolate have a lot more in common than you would think at first. If you think of beers like porter and stout, they both have that chocolate aroma, just from the combination of malt, yeast and hops. The similarity of beer and chocolate lies within their complexity, in their flavours but also in production and the ingredients.

Werner has found out that you can perfectly pair artisan beers and fine chocolate pralines, providing a delicate flavour harmony. Or even more interesting: find contrasting flavours in beer and chocolate to strengthen both their subtleties. 

After a lot of research, Werner now organises interesting beer and chocolate tastings all over Belgium. His knowledge and expertise in beer and chocolate is impressive, as he followed both courses in chocolate processor and beer connoisseur.
$
58
85
/ Person
Belgium
Duration:
5 H
Beer and chocolate: a match made in Belgium! It’s hard to meet a truer Belgian: Werner. He has two passions: chocolate and beer. And what’s better: he has found a way to combine Belgium’s ... moremost important export products into interesting chocolate and beer pairing tastings. With his company he found a hole in the market. My years of experience as beersommelier and chocolate lover can put you definitely on the way. Craftmanship is an art. Passion is everything.
Do you prefer a unique beer walk in a specific city or region in Belgium ? Werner offers guided culinary walks through Belgian cities, focusing on either beer or chocolate, visiting authentic beer pubs and artisan chocolate crafters.
Using anecdotes, I play out the touristic features and at the same time, I bring the participants along authentic pubs where they can taste a special beer, possibly combined with a praline. It’s not merely a tourist walkabout, but it combines tourism with a culinary experience. I can be active in all cities through Belgium.
Belgium
Duration:
4 H
This interactive workshop plays with your senses. In different rounds you will get to find tasting beer is something you do with áll your senses. Hear, smell, see, touch and of course, ... moretaste! A feast for the senses and professional explanations by a beersommelier. 

Never again will you look at your beer in the same way..