Season 4, Episode 31 – This week on the show, we’re celebrating Belgian Independence Day with Belgian beers, or course.
It’s Belgium Independence Week! Or, at least it was last week. This is cause for celebration! As if we needed and excuse to drink Belgian beers on the show, we’re drinking some classics from Belgium.
Jason is once again absent from this week’s episode (he’s literally drinking beer on vacation in Portland, Oregon), so our homie Jacob Talamantes from Craft Cascade is filling in and celebrating Belgian independence with us.
The 4B Flight 2.0, Episode 4 – Today on The 4B Flight, a gueuze that’s actually a blend of two different styles of beer that maybe shouldn’t have been blended together.
The 4B Flight is a biannual series in which we do one standard episode of Four Brewers, followed by six mini episodes for an entire week! The 4B Flight is served up in April and October. Enjoy!
Welcome to the Autumn edition of The 4B Flight! Due to the flight’s immense popularity back in April, we decided to serve up another round of episodes!
The beer on today’s episode was…different, and a bit odd. Rather than try to describe it here, just read what the brewery says about it on Untappd:
Vicaris Tripel and Girardin Gueuze create a new style.. a melding of Tripel sweetness and Lambic sour. Innovative Dilewyns pairs up with one of Belgium’s most prized lambic producers. Really a taste sensation. Here’s the future of Belgian brewing in a glass. Made by a talented home brewer whose beers were extremely well received in Belgium. Brouwerij Dilewyns opened in 2011 and is Belgium’s newest brewery. Led by 24 year old dynamo, Anne- Catherine Dilewyns.
There you have it.
Tune in tomorrow for the next beer in The 4B Flight!