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Belgian beers in the Seaport District

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  March 31, 2010 09:17 AM

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belbeer.jpgLike anyone maybe, my taste buds ebb and flow with the season, the company, and the menu. For months now, it's almost a given that when I go out, I order a Belgian White beer accessorized with a giant orange. You can imagine my interest in an event at Morton's Steakhouse in the Seaport District this Thursday, April 1 -- their Belgian Beer tasting from 6-7:30 p.m. Immediately I knew the only problem this makes for me is the small window of time the event runs. Ninety minutes? If you're one of the lucky ones who can hail a cab, jump on the T, or even walk over to Southie, get there early for a good seat and enjoy a wide selection of beers.  The surprise of the night is the tasting of a Trappist beer - one of seven in the world brewed by monks. A rep from Duvel is the hands-on guide for the evening. Cost is $30 per person and includes tax and gratuity. You can make a reservation online or call Deidre at 617-261-1821 for information.

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