Pandemic closing down bars just rubs into our noses how social of a drink the beer is with its ritual of slowly pouring the hoppy liquid into a cold glass from a freshly installed tap.
Draught a Craft is a project that has seen the light thanks to many evenings spent in the bars of Brussels. Ivan and Matt love beer on draught, but what they used to find in Brussels’ most trendy bars tended to be industrial lagers and pils. A quest for the real craft has pushed them to drink around, in search of good craft beer on draught: Draught a Craft is born from a real need.
Ivan was born with a beer bottle in his hands. In Bulgaria, his IT knowledge has obliged him to keep a steady line in trying new beers. The craft revolution, and the need to come to Brussels, has opened immense opportunities to his taste buds. So, between a trappist here and a lambic there, urges for new bar experiences have pushed Ivan on a challenge to find the best Draught a Craft in Brussels.
Matt has started to drink crap beer since early ages. Then, he fortunately switched to good wine drinking from his native region in the north of Italy. The Irish and British isles have forged him in stouts and ales, but the hoppy flavours and the craft breweries of Belgium have converted him to the Draught a Craft cause.