The best Belgian Beer & Bike ride brings you in touch with Belgium’s WWI past, teaches you the origin of the Remembrance Poppy, and let’s you drink the “Best Beer in the World”.
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Dionysian Ypres – Belgium’s Most Underappreciated City
Sit back with a beer and find out why I find this underappreciated city in Belgium to be one of my favorites.
Beer & Bike: The Two Dutch Trappists
Imagine for a moment you were a French monk in the late 1800’s. A century has passed since the French […]
Beer & Bike: On the Trail of Adriaen Brouwer
Introduction Walking around my adopted home city, Antwerpen, Belgium, you will not get very far before coming face to face […]
Beer & Bike: Kasteel, Rodenbach and Petrus
The first Beer & Bike ride of 2017 was as memorable as it was cursed.
Beer & Bike: Aalst Carnaval and Affligem
February is Carnaval time and in Belgium, it’s always Beer & Bike time.
Beer & Bike: Postel & Corsendonk
Checking in at a modest 79km, this is one of the longest Beer & Bike rides that I have done. […]
Beer & Bike: Trappist Achel
In the far north of the Limburg province of Belgium, literally a stone’s throw from the border of the Netherlands […]
Beer & Bike: Antwerp to Leuven
The Route Antwerp to Leuven is a pleasant 60km route taking you along the railway between Antwerp and Mechelen and then […]
Dionysian Gent (a.k.a. Getting the Noose in Ghent)
Karolus, Carolus, and Karel As a lover of Belgian beer, I am continually reminded never to take the names of […]