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Belgian Ale

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Clan MacIntosh Old Ale

Alex MacIntosh of Providence, RI, member of the Rhode Island Brewing Society (RIBS), won a bronze medal in Category #19: Strong UK Ale with an Old Ale during the 2019 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Providence, RI. MacIntosh’s Old Ale was chosen as a top three entry among 248 entries in the category.


Bill Schneller thinks the best approach to brewing Belgian beers is to not be a slave to the guidelines. Most Belgian-style beers are yeast driven, with malt and hops playing supporting roles. Schneller says adding fully fermentable sugar to the boil is essential to making a high-gravity beer that's still dry and crisp. This recipe is a great example of how experimenting with malts and hops can still produce a beer that fits loosely into the Belgian guidelines. Flaked oats give it a smooth…

37 Belgian Beers Not to Miss | Recommended by Beer Experts

Belgian beers — We asked beer sommeliers, cicerones, brewers, judges and beer writers to recommend Belgian beer brands they think you should try.

100% Brettanomyces

The following beer recipe is featured in the September/October 2008 issue of Zymurgy magazine. Access this issue along with the archives with Zymurgy Online! Kevin Cosentino of Raleigh, NC won a gold medal in Category #16: Belgian and French Ale during the 2008 National Homebrew Competition Final Round in Cincinnati, OH. Cosentino’s Belgian and French Ale was chosen as the best among 317 final round entries in the category.

Blackberry Basil Belgian Ale Milkshake

Blackberry Basil Belgian Ale Ice Cream, cooking with beer


  • 5 Basil, leaves
  • 1 cup Blackberries
  • 3 cups Vanilla ice cream
Beer, Wine & Liquor
  • 1 cup Belgain ale
Indië Wit (India White Ale) Recipe | The Mad Fermentationist - Homebrewing Blog

There are flavors that just naturally work together. It’s no real challenge to add sour cherries to a sour brown, or coffee to a porter (alt...

Art of the Menu: The Lower Depths

A division of UnderConsideration, cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world.

Belgian Golden Strong Ale – Recipe & Reviewrec

A natural temptation for any homebrewing blogger is to write only about their greatest achievements. After all, for most of you reading this, your only way of judging my brewing abilities is through the write-ups I share. Though this approach to sharing would undoubtedly boost my ego, I find it misleading and limiting as we all seek to better ourselves as homebrewers. Sometimes, I brew a beer that simply sucks. Whether through flawed recipe creation, poor technique, fickle yeast, or acts of…

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