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What is Zythology?

Did it ever occurre to you that there must be some term that describes the study of beer, similar to how oenology describes the study of wine? Zythology is the study of beer and beer making; it is to beer what ‘oenology’ is to wine. A zythologist is a true beer connoisseur who can share many […]

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Everything you need to know about NON-Alcoholic beer

It is often said that weak beer was drunk in preference to dirty water in European towns during the middle ages. This fact is probably overstated, but the idea that beer was nutritionally important in the medieval period seems more likely. Weaker, so-called “small beers” would have been low in alcohol but a valuable source […]

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DR BLUES supports the Belgian catering industry during lockdown

DR BLUES prescribes original Covid-19 Survival Kit to support the Belgian catering industry during lockdown A world’s leading specialists in anesthesiology and pain therapy, DR BLUES (Prof Dr Admir Hadzic, PhD) launches an original support program with the Belgian hospitality industry. His staff teamed up with the Belgian Brand Manager Laurent Goethals to create a […]

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Something sweet is cooking in DR BLUES Beer Clinic

Belgium has indeed gifted the world quite a few culinary delights – waffles to name one, and then there’s chocolates, crisp fries, well crafted beers, finest chocolates… Food is but more than just sustenance, I believe. We have, over the years, grown to have food for pleasure, going beyond the purpose of simple sustenance. But, I […]

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Cultural Tips – Beer is Belgium, Belgium is Beer

In Belgium, brewing is a centuries old tradition. The history of the amber nectar here can be traced back to the monks and nuns in the Middle Ages who were some of the earliest brewers. Drinking water was often very unsanitary and made people ill, so most people – including monks and even children – […]

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How to Cook With DR BLUES – Carbonnade à la Flamande (Flemish Beef Stew)

Beer’s Balancing Act Cooking with beer adds a deep, earthy flavor to savory dishes such as chili, soup, and stew; and a nutty, caramelized flavor to baked goods. It’s great for just about every cooking technique, too: baking, braising, deglazing, battering, sauces, marinating, and simmering. Here’s how it works: The hops used in brewing beer […]

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