By now, most Belgians have had enough of Belgian beers.
In the first half of this century, Belgium’s beer exports have dropped by more than half, as did its share of the world beer market.
But that didn’t stop the nation from continuing to make the best beer in the world.
In Belgium, the brewers are also finding ways to craft some of the country’s best beers.
Here’s a look at Belgian beer’s future, and what it means for Belgians.
Belgian beer was invented in 1876, in what is now the western part of Belgium, but it was never as popular in its home country as it is today.
Its popularity in the country was due in part to the fact that it was the only beer made from wheat and barley, and its popularity in Europe was due to the popularity of the beer in Belgium’s famous beer gardens.
However, Belgium was in a difficult economic situation during the 19th century.
The country was suffering from high inflation and deflation, which meant that the country couldn’t afford the luxury of producing high quality beer.
By the early 20th century, the country had become a major beer exporter.
By this time, beer production had reached an all-time high, with a record number of breweries producing beer in 2005.
Today, Belgian beer is the third-largest export of all the European countries, behind only Germany and Spain.
It is made from two types of wheat and two types the barley.
It was developed in response to the high demand for beer in its surroundings and the low price of imported wheat.
Belgium is also known for its wine industry.
Since the late 20th and early 21st centuries, Belgium has been known as the “home of the wine,” thanks to its vineyards and wine regions.
The state has been producing wine for centuries, and it has produced some of its most famous and sought-after wines over the years.
Belgium also has a number of craft breweries.
These include the legendary “Bluebonnets” in the city of Antwerp, and the iconic “Boulevard de Vries” in Andernach.
Some of the most successful breweries are those that take a more traditional approach to beer, using their own yeast and hops.
One of the best examples of this is the brewery in Leuven, which produces a very traditional Belgian beer called the “Blue Bonnet.”
In 2014, a new brewery in Antwerps called the brewery La Botteur opened, and will be the countrys first ever Belgian-style brewery.
The brewery is also part of the Belgian-Belgian Association.
La Bottes is not only one of the biggest beer producers in Belgium, it also has the distinction of having the biggest collection of Belgian-made bottles, as well as the largest collection of bottled beer in Europe.
Belgium was also the first country to produce the first ever bottled wine.
Belgium’s first ever beer, the “Brouwerij,” was created in 1865.
The Brouwerich is the Belgian version of the French bier, and was a very popular beer in France until the 1960s.
It had a long history in Belgium and the United Kingdom, and is considered one of Belgium’s best-known beers.
This beer, which has a hoppy flavor and a strong floral aroma, was also popular in Belgium until the 1990s.
Since then, Belgium started producing more and more of its own beers.
Belgian breweries are also experimenting with other types of beer.
The brewers at the Brouwers Kriek in Brussels have experimented with new styles of beer, such as porter and wheat beer.
Some breweries in the Belgian region of the Flemish region of Vlaams Belang, called the Ardennes, are experimenting with sour beers, which are often brewed with sour cherries and other fruits.
These beers are also popular with Belgian tourists.
There are many different styles of beers, as we will see below.
What makes Belgium so special?
As you might have guessed, Belgium is known for some of Europes most popular beer, its beer.
In fact, there are more beer styles in Belgium than any other country.
While Belgium’s beers are more popular than most other countries, they still tend to be in the lower end of the quality scale.
The Belgians are also known to be the worlds foremost exporter of beer to the United States.
This is due in large part to a lack of regulations and regulations are in place to protect their own beer from the harmful effects of pollution.
It’s important to note that Belgian beer does not have to be produced in any specific country, or even the entire country.
It can be brewed in many different countries.
This means that Belgium’s brewers can make a variety of beers that are popular in different parts of the globe.
It also means that beer lovers around the world have a variety to choose from.
In addition to being a great beer