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The Belgian Beer Festival @ Cargo Bar

 "The Belgian Monks brew the best beer in the world." The Belgian Beer Festival is coming for the first time to Ho Chi Minh City! Join us and get a taste of the 50 different kinds of authentic Belgian beers, each in its own special glass!

Knowledge of the different kinds of beer is therefore essential in order to understand the Belgian beverage:

- Golden Lagers: the popular golden beers

- The Lambic family: Unlike conventional beers, which are fermented by carefully cultivated strains of brewer's yeasts, lambic is produced by spontaneous fermentation: it is exposed to the wild yeasts and bacteria that are said to be native to the Zenne valley, in which Brussels lies. It is this unusual process which gives the beer its distinctive flavor: dry, vinous, and cidery, usually with a sour aftertaste.

- Brown beers: This style, with an interplay of caramel-like malty sweetness and sourness, is gained through a maturation of several months. The flavor and acidity render brown beers the perfect base for the Flemish beef stew.

- Red beers: They are more sharply acid, reddish, half-brothers to Brown Beers, with the additional difference that they are often filtered and pasteurized. Their acidity renders them very food-friendly.

- White beers: This style is usually made from equal portions of raw wheat and malted barley, spiced with ground coriander seeds and dried orange peels. The “white” designation may refer to the pale head formed during fermentation, or to the fact that these beers are often unfiltered, and therefore hazy.

- Trappist: The term “Trappist” is properly applied only to a brewery in a monastery of the Trappists, one of the most severe orders of monks. They strictly observe the Cistercian rule. There remain less than ten Trappist beers in Europe, among which six are from Belgium.

- Abbey beers: This term is applied to ranges of strong ales in a similar vein to some of the famous Trappist brews, but not made in monasteries.

Try the typical Belgian food such as:
- Belgian fries
- Waffles
- Beef stew
- Hamburgers
- Belgian white sausages

Our DJ fom Nha Trang and a Cuban music band will stir your Friday night!

To order your ticket, please follow the link below:

WHERE : Cargo Bar 07 Nguyen Tat Thanh st, Dist.4, HCM
WHEN : starting from 6:30pm onwards, 24th of April 2015 .
WHAT : 2 free beers are included in the ticket 
taste 50 different belgian beers and get a taste of traditional Belgian Fries, Waffles, Hamburgers, Beef stew and Belgian White Sausages , while enjoying live music from a cuban music band and afterwards with DJs.

ENTRANCE : Pre sale 300,000VND
Entrance: 500,000VND
**** Lucky draw: One Etihad round trip ticket to Belgium to win


Friday, 24 April

6:30 pm

Cargo Bar | 7 Nguyen Tat Thanh, D4, Ho Chi Minh City