The label of this strong dark ale from Van Steenberge apparently relates back to the farm brewery days when goats did what goats do alongside the bordering hop fields. The past tense is appropriate as the production of the beer, first brewed in 1927, stopped together with the farming activities. Finally, in 1999, production was restarted and, to help the beer on it’s way in the modern world, it – or better said, the Leute Bok tumbl(ing)er glass, was given a wooden foot.
The glass cannot stand alone so you either have to hold it or place it in the foot. Obviously a challenge if you drink too much! Continue reading