At the French Trappist monastery, visiting the shop for cheeses.
The Abbey in all its glory
A tasting with a cheese, not bad, for a 7% amber colored beer.
An inside view of the bar and restaurant.
Next visit was in the St-Bernardus brewery in Watou, just a few kilometers away.
Then we went for a Westie-taste in Brasserie De Vrede. We had them all.
Finishing off with a ice-cream made with the blond 5,8% Westvleteren, delicious.
Some happy Americans drinking the Abt12
Returning to the car with all fine goodies.
On our way to the beach, we visited one of the many cemeteries of the Grand War in the Westhoek.
A beach-walk in Mai with a lot of sandblasting wind.
A jump of joy.
Of course some more Westies in Ostend. We had to buy more.
Finishing in Bruges in a very special bar called Le Trappiste”
The water of love by nightfall.
The Burg-square, over a span of 900 years it was build.
Visiting the brewery the Halve Maan, here at the shop
Tasting the Brugse Zot, lovely blond beer.
The old part of the brewery at the attic.
A lot of sling caps from the old days…
A view over the city on top of the brewery.
One of the paintings about the film-story in the Historium. Thrown back in the year 1435, with a 3D virtual reality headset.