Stewart Brewing First World Problems boasts bold fruit, malt and hop character; not for the faint-hearted! Cloudy copper color with medium head. Intense aromas of roast nut, spice, dark and citrus fruit, bread with floral/resinous hop notes. Off-dry, full and rich, sour, well hopped, flavors of lime/grapefruit rind, tree fruit, melon and pine, pleasant bitter finish.Beer in Belgium varies from pale lager via the amber of special and lambic beer, red ofFlemish red, to black of Scotch and Stout beers. There are approximately 180 breweries in the country, ranging from international giants to microbreweries. In 2016, UNESCO inscribed Belgian beer culture on their list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity.Beer culture in Belgium combines know-how concerning nature, social practices and craft skills that constitute an integral part of daily and festive life. Regularly shared between practitioners, knowledge and skills are transmitted from masters to apprentices in breweries but also within families, in public spaces and through formal education. Beer culture in Belgium contributes to the economic and social viability at local level and the constitution of the social identity and continuity of its bearers and practitioners, who promote responsible production and consumption.