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The Belgian Beer Musketeers: How Can We Serve You?


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Author: Jim Deschepper / Published: 2013-07-01 07:30:47 +0200 / Last Updated: over 1 year ago

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BRUSSELS - Our vision is to see BeerTourism.com become the premier international resource for promoting the Belgian regions, towns and cities, as the first-class tourist destinations that they deserve to be. Our mission is to strengthen, promote and celebrate the Belgian Beer world.

We want make BeerTourism.com the launch-pad for making real the slogan: “Belgium: Beer & Taste Capital of the World”.

We're already a long way down the road to success. BeerTourism.com has experienced continuous international growth, since the launch of our website earlier this year. The numbers of visitors has doubled every month over that period, a trend we expect to gather speed.


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Forging Partnerships

We have recently forged our first long-term brewery partnership, welcoming the brewers of Kasteelbier on board. Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck, with its long history and passion for brewing some of the best in Flanders ales – and for letting their diverse flavours loose on the wider world – is the perfect place to start our mission.

BeerTourism.com is keen to help others in the same way. We can produce, host and publish your promotional content. We can offer an extensive range of services including consultancy and translation.

Above all we can offer you a connection to readers with both a passion and thirst for Belgian beer, and a keen curiosity to explore its homeland.

If you are interested in exploring these marketing opportunities, to see what the Belgian Beer Company can do for you – whether you're an entrepreneur, brewer, tourist board or event organiser – please do not hesitate to get in touch.


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And if you think you have the marketing talent to bolster our Belgian sales team, our doors are open. We're going places at BeerTourism.com, and the more on board, the merrier.

In the meantime, cheers!

For more information please contact:

Jim Deschepper – jim@beertourism.com

Tel + 32 (0) 498 57 21 55


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