Posted by Joris P. on 02/17/2003 11:56:54 AM
Zwarte Moerbei, Morus nigra or black mulberry, is cousin to the white mulberry, on whose leaves the silkworms are weaned, to spin their priceless cocoons before getting boiled alive.
In one of my very first postings (oTo the Perkoeberry by beerboy) I stated the 'moerbei' as THE berry, I'd wish to let referment with lambic. I have a small mullberry tree in my garden (it is quite common in Eastern or Meditterranean Europe).
The Stimart brewery, producing two of the weirdest beers I ever tasted, was alive only for a very short period. Their tryout with the mullberry was worthy of being remembered, however.
|Brugge and the Gans - Mat W, 02/17/03 08:04:23 AM|
| Re: Brugge and the Gans - Jeremy Gray, 02/17/03 05:39:43 PM|
| Re: Brugge and the Gans - Mat W, 02/19/03 03:38:49 PM|
| Re: Brugge and the Gans - Filip Geerts, 02/17/03 12:34:09 PM|
| Re: Brugge and the Gans - podge, 02/17/03 03:55:46 PM|
| Tom and Peter: Former bartenders Brugs Beertje - Filip Geerts, 02/17/03 04:12:47 PM|
| Thanks Filip NFM - podge, 02/17/03 05:06:22 PM|
| Pili-Pili Info, please - John White, 02/17/03 02:38:35 PM|
| Pastahouse Pili Pili - Filip Geerts, 02/17/03 03:03:41 PM|
| Re: Pastahouse Pili Pili - Lorenzo Dabove aka Kuaska, 02/17/03 04:51:22 PM|
| Re: Pastahouse Pili Pili - Mat W, 02/19/03 05:40:19 PM|
| Moerbei - Joris P., 02/17/03 11:56:54 AM|
| Re: Moerbei - Lorenzo Dabove aka Kuaska, 02/17/03 02:03:54 PM|
| Re: Moerbei - Joris P., 02/17/03 02:13:43 PM|
| Re: Moerbei - Lorenzo Dabove aka Kuaska, 02/17/03 04:55:28 PM|
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