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SPAGHETTI ALLE VONGOLE AND DR BLUES BELGIAN BREWS Fresh “American-like” hoppy nose with floral and some citrusy & fruity character (peach, tropical fruits) as well. Our lightest beer (6.2%), SuperPills™ has a balanced, strong and pure hoppy character. If you like IPA beers, you will find SuperPills™ to taste organically distinct and natural. And even […]

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SuperPills™ Receives Silver Quality Award from Monde Selection

DR BLUES BELGIAN BREWS® received yet another international award for quality this year, where over 3200 products from more than 100 countries were analyzed, tested, and tasted. This time around, SuperPills™ was recognized as an outstanding product and awarded with the Silver Quality Award from the members of the jury. This makes SuperPills™, the IPA-like […]

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DR BLUES in the News

Good news travels fast! DR BLUES was recently interviewed by two Belgian papers, “Handelen – Leuvens kritisch middenstandsmagazine” and “De Zytholoog” to discuss the business and upcoming plans. Joined by the journalists in the DR BLUES Warehouse where thousands of bottles of DR BLUES BELGIAN BREWS® listen to BIG APPLE BLUES music through some 30,000 […]

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NerveBlock™ Soon in Stock!

This just in: Artisanal bottle sleeves are hot off the press! NerveBlock™ will be available for purchase in December 2019 in the DR BLUES shop. NerveBlock™ , our awarded beer, is a traditional DR BLUES prescription for the Belgian Tripel with hoppy character, medium body, and lasting aftertaste. NerveBlock™ is a limited production, cost-no-object, full-bodied, […]

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PaceMaker™ Soon In Stock!

This just in: Artisanal bottle sleeves are hot off the press! PaceMaker™ will be available soon in the DR BLUES shop. PaceMaker™ is a perfectly well balanced, medium-bodied pilsner, brewed to perfection from the very best ingredients. If you like low alcohol content refreshing beers, you will find that PaceMaker™ tastes organically distinct, rich and […]

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BEER TRIVIA: Ancient Antibiotic Ale

In the 1980s, archaeologist George Armelagos, Professor of Anthropology at Emory University, lead a team that unearthed 2,000-year-old Nubian bones, where traces of the antibiotic tetracycline were found. New research has shown that the bones contain high concentrations of tetracycline, amounts consistent with modern humans. But, how is it possible that people were ingesting the […]

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