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This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy, Ray and company focus entirely on Belgian Beer. They are joined, as always, by an esteemed panel of guests including Wendy Littlefield of Vanberg and Dewulf and Tony Forder of Ale Street News. The gang discusses everything about beer made in Belgium, including brewing techniques, the tradition of bottling and how Americans found inspiration in the old methods of the Belgians. Tune in and learn about everything from the lack of drafts in Belgium to the food and drink making traditions of monks and nuns. This episode was sponsored by - the #1 beer site on the internet!

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