Wanna see some vintage/aged beer? Here you go!
The top photo is 1982 and 1984 De Dolle Stille Nacht. Photo taken at Bierhuis Kulminator, 2002.
A Rodenbach from the 1960’s or 70’s. From a tasting at ‘t Waagstuk in Antwerpen.
An old Rodenbach Grand Cru, left, and a Rodenbach on the right.
A Rodenbach and a Rodenbach Alexander.
Dirk Van Dyck of Bierhuis Kulminator, in the cellar of the Bodega Cafe, with a 1970’s Dupont Moinette.
Bottles of Kriek in the cellar of Cafe Bodega. The brewery is unknown. The red stripe identifies it as a kriek.
A Het Anker Gouden Carolus Classic from the 1970’s.
A 1970’s Brouwerij Heyvaert beer. It was a blend of golden ale and lambic. Taken from the Bodega cellar and savored at Kulminator.
The back of the Heyvaert beer.
A 1989 St. Sixtus Prior 8, brewed at St. Bernardus under license from Westvleteren.
A 2003 J&J (Joost and Jessie wedding beer) by 3 Fonteinen, brewed for De Heeren van Liedekercke.
A 1980’s Oud Beersel Oude Kriek, savored at the new closed De Gans in Huise, East Flanders, 2008.
Ingrid and Hein at De Gans, Huise, 2008, with some special aged beers.
Hein pouring a 1970’s or 80’s Cantillon Framboise at De Gans in Huise, East Flanders, 2008.
A 1970’s or 80’s Cantillon Framboise at De Gans. It was stunning. Incredible beer.
Mort Subite Kriek, Belle-Vue Selection Lambic, and Boon Frambozenbier. All from the 1980’s.
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