Belgian beer in print
The Great Beers of Belgium
Learn the origins of monastic brewing, the good fortune of spiders in Lambic breweries, and the reasoning behind using orange peels, coriander seeds, and three years' worth of stale hops in the brewing process. Ample tasting notes of commercial Belgian products -- from those famous worldwide to those available only locally -- provide a reference point for the reader's own beer hunting. Read more or order.
Cooking in the 'Hop Garden'
Michael Jackson reviews "Cooking with Beer at 't Hommelhof."
A Selective Guide to Brussels Bars
By Stephen D'Arcy, this is basically a photocopied guide, including up-to-date information from a true insider. Contact D'Arcy at Stephen.D'Arcy@dg1.cec.be for ordering information.
Good Beer Guide to Belgium and Holland
Written and compiled by Tim Webb of CAMRA, this is the most comprehensive English-language guide to the beers, breweries, and bars of its title countries. Read more or order.
Everybody Eats Well in Belgium Cookbook
Ruth Van Waerebeek, this is the book in English on Belgian cuisine. provies recipes for the dishes tourists who visit Belgium return home talking about: Belgian endives, aspargus, waffles, "Waterzooi", mussels, frites.
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