Cool article/news piece fro Draft Magazine; while we won’t see Westvleteren 12 those others listed below are available at Harvest currently!
A wave of foreign beers is emigrating to shelves near you.
It’s been called everything from the “best beer in the world” to beer’s Holy Grail, and for a limited period this spring, you can purchase this Belgian dark strong legally in the States for the first time in decades.
Dupont Posca Rustica
Modeled after the preferred tipple of the Iron Age, Posca Rustica is a hopless brew blended with gruit, sweet woodruff, bog myrtle and a variety of other spices popular during the time alphabetic characters were invented.
St. Feuillien Grand Cru
Known for its ultratraditional Belgian brews, St. Feuillien changes the game with Grand Cru, an “extra blond” that spotlights a wealth of Noble hop aromatics and intense bitterness—bitter for Belgians, that is.
Bockor Cuvèe des Jacobins Rouge Flanders Sour
Lining the shelves in bottles for the first time ever, this brew undergoes all three main types of fermentation—that’s top, bottom and spontaneous—in its koelschip.
Published March/April 2012