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Vintage DeClerck Paper

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Re: Vintage DeClerck Paper

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Re: Vintage DeClerck Paper

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Re: Vintage DeClerck Paper

Postby Bryan R » Sun Oct 23, 2016 11:10 am

1934 huh? Damn.
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Re: Vintage DeClerck Paper

Postby Big Monk » Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:51 pm

Bryan R wrote:1934 huh? Damn.


DeClerck and Kolbach were doing their thing back then.

Obviously they were contemporaries and pretty titanic figures in the years preceding and following WWII. DeClerck in particular almost single-handedly revived the Belgian brewing industry with his immense knowledge. The Trappists may not have been the singular brands they are now without him.

I'm very excited at the prospect of getting "A Textbook of Brewing" for Christmas this year.
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