Known as the battlefield of Europe, Belgium has been at the crossroads of three of the most influential cultures in Europe for centuries.
The Dutch to the North leave their mark in the language and pragmatic mentality of the Flemish-speaking Flanderites. The French-speaking Walloons mostly occupy the south of the country and bring a strong culinary influence. There’s also a German minority in the east, whose traditions of beer drinking have saturated the country. This mixture of cultures blends together nicely like a fine Trappist beer, poured from the tap of a convivial Belgian pub. This blend of cultures is exactly why the ca