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Drinking beer in Bruges

Rick Steves discusses drinking a rich variety of beers in the Belgian city of Bruges, only one of which (Zot or the fool) is actually brewed in the city. He did his drinking at 't Brugs Beertje which offers more than 300 Belgian beers. For details about Belgian beers, see here. It was not clear from the article whether Steves sampled any InBev brews. Probably he did, but his focus was on more distinctive and offbeat beers peculiar to the local market.

Posted by David Fahey on August 23, 2008 at 02:43 PM in Beer, Belgium | Permalink