Andre's Bed & Breakfast
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... the malt room
and where they mix the hops. The beer takes about 2-3 months to ferment. At the bottling place, it goes through a second fermentation. There is a plan in the works to use a pipeline to ship the beer directly to the bottling place. They use all barley, but about 10 different malts. She then showed us the hops, which is from the cannibus ...
... modern and traditional, and more churches.
Walked out to the outer canal. In previous times this was part of the double moat surrounding the city, now a canal for commercial barges. Tourist boats are required to keep to the inner canals, as even they are too large to fit under the bridges, and traffic disruption is frequent enough with just the container laden barges. Remnant windmills which were specifically for grain, ...
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Along with a few other canal-based northern cities, such as Amsterdam, it is sometimes referred to as "The Venice of the North". Bruges has a significant economic importance thanks to ...
... mate Maki and got him out of bed and he gave me a commentary. I’ll give you a quick rundown of his commentary; 'Chile have the ball, and eh, Chile have the ball, and eh, Chile have another shot, and eh, oh ****, Chile have scored … hang on I’m going for a **** … oh **** I’m back and its two nil, and eh, Chile have the ball, and eh, oh **** they could score again.’ The seven of us Australians on the bus to Fulham had a ...
... of free pints to enjoy in their classy bar.
Having a lovely time, we practically skipped along the river then literally rolled amongst the daisies under the beautiful green canopies of the riverside ancient trees.
To finish of our magical day we enjoyed a tasty three course Flemish meal and beers at a quirky little family restaurant we discovered in a cobblestone square near the brewery.
Today was a good day.