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Belgian beers
8 Aug 2004 by Guest contributor
In hot weather, even I can be tempted by a characterful beer. Richard Neville, once an award-winning wine merchant and now cruising the canals of France and Belgium on a hundred year-old barge, has filed this vastly comprehensive report on Belgian beers, which I firmly believe are the most interesting for wine lovers. He has clearly taken the job of researching them very seriously. Beer lovers visiting Belgium for the first time be warned. You are likely to be overwhelmed by the number, quality and range of beers and you may not return home for a while. I have met some beer loving foreigners still there five years...

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