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Anarchy Brew Co

UK
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Starting in January 2012 in the fields of the Northumberland countryside a small team wanted to create forward thinking beers.
Originally concentrating on a small number of cask conditioned ales, they soon realised the north east was crying out for flavour. The range has grown dramatically, developing into over twenty wildly different beers. From citrus soaked session beers, kiwi and lime loaded IPAs and coffee infused Breakfast Stouts; they are proud to brew aggressively flavoured, esoteric ales.

Bard's Beer Co

United States
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Until recently, there were over 2 million people in the United States who were 21+ years of age yet couldn’t sit down with friends to enjoy a beer.

The culprit? Celiac disease.

Celiacs have intolerance to gluten, a protein found in several common agricultural grains: barley, wheat, rye, spelt and triticale to name a few. And as luck would have it, nearly every commercial ale and lager happens to use barley as a base ingredient, which effectively took beer out of the mugs of celiacs. This was a cruel injustice that we simply could not abide. As ardent beer-lovers (and diagnosed celiacs ourselves), we made it our mission to make beer available to everyone again. And so Bard’s Tale Beer Company, LLC was born.

Our marching orders were clear: Develop a line of craft-brewed beers that use gluten-free brewing grains. And not just any beer would suffice—we would create a product that was as good as anything produced by national and craft brewers. In the process we discovered that with adversity does indeed come opportunity. Because as one sip will tell you, our dedication to creating a beer with grains other than barley has resulted in a beverage that compares to the finest craft brews and imports. Taste, aroma, enjoyment—Bard’s compromises nothing. And so everyone’s right to beer has been restored. All is right with the universe again.

That’s our story. We invite you to grab a Bard’s and sit down with friends to tell your own tales.

See you at the pub.
Sincerely, Craig Belser and Kevin Seplowitz

for further information about celiac societies, contact: http://www.celiac.ca/EnglishCCA/echptr.html, http://www.victoriaceliac.org

Brasserie Abbaye de Val-Dieu

Belgium Walloon province of Liège
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The abbey of Val-Dieu was built 1216 by Cistercian monks. They were looking for a lone valley with a stream for agricultural and brewing activities, a haven of peace full of nature. Cistercian orders are well-known abroad for their brewing skills. The monks of this abbey made no exception to this rule.

Because of the numerous hazards encountered by the abbey over time (fire, destruction, expulsion of the monks during the Napoleonic revolution), monks have not always been able to brew. That explains why their beer production remained limited to the local level.

Fortunately, since 1997, the farm has discovered the typical roar of the brewery again. The only difference with the past is that beers are nowadays brewed by a layman. Moreover, the beers of Val-Dieu are brewed in the former agricultural exploitation.

Reinstalled 1997 in the abbey itself, the brewery took inspiration from the receipts formerly used by the brewers-monks of Val-Dieu to make this tradition last. Of course, those receipts had to be adapted to the raw materials and techniques of today.

Nowadays, our beers are real abbey beers, of high fermentation, not pasteurized, simple, without seasoning and brewed according to the old infusion method.

Brasserie Binchoise

Belgium Hainaut between Mons and Charleroi
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In 1986, to celebrate the Belgian Year of Beer, André Graux embarked upon the development of a high-fermentation traditional beer.In 1987, Binchoise Blonde, Binchoise Brune and Biere des Ours, (a honey beer) beers were ready for commercialisation. At the 1995 World Beer Championships in Chicago, the brewery won a Platinum Medal with its Spéciale Noël and the Gold Medal with its Bière des Ours. The brewery is set for a fresh start and competes on a global stage.

Brasserie Caracole

Belgium Falmignoul (Dinant)

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All Caracole beers are top-fermented, unfiltered and refermented in the bottle. They are brewed with care in copper kettles heated by a wood-burning stove, in exactly the same way as the founders of the brewery in the 18th century.

Brasserie Caulier

Belgium

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Caulier is a brand with long historical roots back to 1848. It still has a strong presence in the collective memory of Belgium beer aficionados. 7 out of 10 Belgium beer drinkers know the name of Caulier. Today Caulier beers are the only naturally sugar free beers in the market. They are the only light beers that won several competitions.

Caulier, the only naturally sugar free beer. No artificial sweeteners, no preservatives, no colourants.

Brasserie de Blaugies

Belgium

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A traditional family business, the Blaugies brewery was created by Pierre-Alex Carlier and Marie-Robert Pourtois. The first brewing took place on 24th, 1988. For four years, the washing, the corking, the wiring and the labeling of the bottles was done by hand. In 1992, the Blaugies' brewery invested in an industrial bottling chain and now has a beautiful assortment of hand-crafted products.
All beers are brewed in a traditional way like in the old days, with the respect of the traditions, with high quality materials, without additives or spices. The beers are not filtered, yeast refermented in bottle and conditioned in the champenoise way in 750 ml. corked and wired bottles.

Brasserie de Block

Brasserie de Block

Belgium Peizegem, Boschkant
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At the fringe of the Buggenhoutwood, in the hamlet of Peizegem, Boschkant, in Brabant is situated the brewery De Block.

In the 14th century, when the first brewing guilds became very popular, Henricus De Block obtained the brewing right, as a vassal of the Duke of Brabant and Bourgundy. However it is Louis De Block who would give the start for the brewery De Block. The process of making beer, made of finest flavours of hops from own region, carefully selected malts, grains, spices and the brewery's own yeast culture, scientifically elaborated, are the basis and the tradition given from the one generation to another as an endless connection from young to old. Quality is the real and only foundation for all our beers

Brasserie de Brunehaut

Belgium Brunehaut

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The brewery was founded in 1890 in the small village of Guignies, in the entity Brunehaut. 100 years later, in 1990, the facilities have been relocated into new buildings at Rongy and completely modernized. The combination of modernity and tradition of our manufacturing methods guarantee the quality and stability of our products. All our beers are brewed using traditional methods with only natural materials. Our beers are top fermentation, re-bottled: the art of good beer! This great beer, blonde or brunette, has its roots in 1096 ac. It was at this time that was granted to the Abbey of Saint-Martin de Tournai, the right brewing. Today, this tradition is perpetuated by our brew master.

Brasserie de Silenrieux

Belgium see fresh sheet for products
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The brewery is located between Beaumont and Philippeville, southern Belgium, at the very heart of Dams of the Water of Time. In 1991, after much research conducted in collaboration with the laboratory brewing of Louvain-la-Neuve, two top-fermented beers were developed - "Joseph", spelt beer and "Sara", beer buckwheat, the first beers spelt and buckwheat beers that are entirely organic. These two new products are recognized and certified by the European body ECOCERT. The malts, hops and spices are also derived from organic farming. The use of such ingredients, coupled with a very rigorous selection on yeast aromatic delight fans in search of new sensations.

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