It may not be a classic Belgian beer, but that doesn’t mean it’s not tasty.
A recent article in the magazine Flexbrew by author Andrew Hodge featured a Belgian beer called “Hamelton,” which he calls the “perfect fusion” between Belgian and American flavors.
It’s also the result of a collaboration between Hamilton Beach and a local craft brewery, Flexbrew.
The two breweries teamed up to make a Belgian style waffle beer, and the result is a delicious combination of ingredients that makes for a great summertime snack.
I think a lot of people just assume that it’s an American style wafer, but this is actually a Belgian ale, Hodge said.
In fact, Hinkle, who works in marketing at Flexbrew, and his wife, Melissa, are the owners of Hamilton Brewing, the craft brewery based in Westchester, New York.
The brewery produces their own beers and offers a wide range of seasonal beers, including some seasonal beers for the summer months.
Hodge has a knack for combining his love for Belgian beers with his love of the beach.
“We love the ocean, we love the sand, and we love this little spot in Florida called Hamelton Beach,” Hodge explained.
While Hodge and his team were enjoying their own holiday break from work last year, they decided to combine their passion for the beach with the brewery’s love of Belgian beers.
“We wanted to get a beer out there that could be enjoyed by anyone who loves Belgian beers and knows how to make them,” Hinkle said.
Hamelon Beach has its roots in the 1950s and ’60s, when Hessey Brothers opened the first brewery on the island.
The company was founded by two brothers, Louis and Louis Leveilleux, who worked at a local bakery.
Today, Hamelon is one of the largest Belgian breweries in the world.
Hesseys is known for its Belgian-style beers, like its famous Saison and the seasonal Pêche de Brie.
With its small production, Hesseylons craft beers are typically only available at select retailers.
When Hodge decided to brew his own beer, he was thrilled to find the right local brewery.
“I really love the beach, and I wanted to make something that was something that people would be able to enjoy, and that’s why we were able to collaborate with a local brewery,” Hiley said.
“It’s very simple.
It’s a very simple recipe.
We’ve tried a lot and we’ve learned a lot from this.”
It took a while to get the beer to Flexbrew’s head brewer, Scott, but they were able with the help of a few tricks to get it ready for the taste test.
Scott, who has worked at FlexBrew for two years, said he was impressed by how quickly the product came together.
“Our head brewer and I have been working on it for quite a while now,” Scott said.
“He’s the one that makes the beer and then makes sure it’s right.”
After flexing, Hoyle’s wife and his two sons headed to the beach and enjoyed a beer.
After enjoying their beer, the couple asked Flexbrew for a beer to try for their sons, who were also enjoying their summer break.
One of the first things they did was go to the brewery to see what beer they would like to try.
“After they tasted the beer, they asked us if they could try it and we said sure,” Scott Hoyle said.
“So that was kind of our next step, to just go and get them a bottle of it and take them out on the beach.”
The Holesons, who are now in their 70s, have been enjoying the summer at the beach for years, and they’re enjoying it even more as they look to retire.
They recently purchased a house in West Chester, Pennsylvania, which will allow them to continue enjoying the beach while they get their final divorce from their husbands.
“The summer is really exciting because it’s really the time to do what we love,” Scott added.
And while it may not seem like it at first, it really is a perfect combination of things.