Enviado el Tue, 05-August-2014
The tradition of brewing is an art in Europe dating back to the Trappist monks and still alive in breweries today. Visit the oldest breweries in Europe to rich experience in history and flavor.
Many of the brewing traditions of Europe began in monasteries or abbeys such as Smithwick’s Brewery in Kilkenny, Ireland . Visit the brewery oldest operating Irish and taste the rich red beer made famous by John Smithwick. Explore the new Smithwick Experience, an interactive tour of the facilities, including the ancient abbey. But do not forget to take a pint of beer at the end red. Once you enjoyed these facilities, navigate through the Celtic Sea, on the southwest side of England to enjoy the Great Bath Feast, a festival of beers luxury local fermentation and ciders, fine wines and gourmet menus tasting.
Like Ireland, many of the most famous beers of Belgium also owe their heritage to the Trappist monks and manufactured fermented beer in their monasteries. You can still visit many of these breweries. Rent a bike and take a tour of Abbey Abbey to test hundreds of craft beers. After touring the area, stop by the famous Stella Artois brewery. Plan your holidays in Belgium around the many festivals Belgian beer and food, including Weekend Belgian Beer in Brussels, where you can taste more than 400 different beers. You can also see parades of cars and provide beer in front of the unique Grand Place. Then, try to prepare at home Vlaamse Stoffvlees a beef stew cooked in Belgian beer Rodenbach.
Germany is known for its beer gardens, and of course for their timeless way of making beer. These beers are best enjoyed at the Hofbrauhaus in Munich . Instead of paint, this brewery serves liters of the best beers in Germany. Take a picture with a huge jug of beer and a waiter in lederhosen. In the Netherlands, Grolsch brewery was founded in 1615 and today is famous for its green bottle with a special seal. Nor you can forget to visit the Heineken Brewery, another beer that has the famous green bottle.
For an even richer experience in European fermentations, plan your trip around one of the many festivals and events Beer is in Europe: from Õllesummer Beer Festival in Estonia, the Taste Festival in Helsinki, Finland. In short, in Europe they are some of the best beer in the world events.
Red beer to beer gardens, worth trying the rich brewing history of Europe.