23 March 2020
It’s hard to make choices- there are so many beers out there. Which beers should you go for? Make sure you choose a theme beforehand, as that’ll give you a good foundation.
One way of doing it is to choose beers that are exclusively from one place for example, Belgium. Start off with the Blanche de Namur, it's white, light and fruity. Secondly, a good one to sample would be the Paljas Saison, it's got a slightly higher alcohol percentage and refreshing sourness. Then perhaps go for Grand Cru from Rodenbach, a Flemish Red (sour). Then maybe Blonds, Fagnes Blonde and Judas. Finally, finish off with something strong but sweet like Gouden Carolus Classic or Malheur 12. They are both award winners! You could always try the heart warming Bush Amber, but approach this with caution, it's very strong. Bear in mind, six half bottles is absolutely max per person for a tasting.
You can also opt for six beers of the same style, six different Tripels or IPAs. This is a very interesting way to do it, because you then get to distinguish the differences between beers from the same style! At Beerwulf, we also have a number of pre-packed options that are great for a tasting. Try World of Beers, Belgian Beer Case or the Popular Beer Case. You can then pick six of those to do the tasting and save the others for another time!