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Drinking Beer at Borefts Beer Festival 2013
Netherlands

Borefts Beer Festival at Brewery De Molen (The Mill) in Bodegraven, The Netherlands.


Probably one of the best beer festivals in the World with the best of the best in the world of beer. From barrel aged Imperial Stouts to the hoppiest beers you can find on the planet, everything is there. This beer festival is the absolute must-go-to for every serious beer nerd. 

This panorama shows a familiar sight: Drinking beer with friends. Togheter with Joost, Johan and Jozef, Borefts 2013 was quite a treat!

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Tags: festival; beer; crafts; party; friends; drinking; restaurant
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