The Chouffe Brewer Gnome with his flying bock is the protagonist in this story.
It all began over six thousand six hundred and sixty six years ago in the Ardennes.
On a chilly Friday morning around the 13th of February in the year 666 BC the Land of Achouffe was shocked:
In the 1980s AD there were only 39 inhabitants in the forgotten village of Achouffe. Nobody remembered anything about the great prehistoric beer events which happened there
The inexperienced brotherly brewers asked no questions and followed the Flying Brewer Gnome’s recipe carefully.
We tried to put together a log-book of the Flying Brewer Gnome’s world tour but he didn’t keep a diary with him like Columbus did. Therefore we had to consult with people who met him personally.
Our Flying Brewer Gnome was so proud of his ring with its amber stone. There was a fossilized insect in the stone who told him that he was more than a hundred thousand years old ...
Our Flying Brewer Gnome flew to the land of the fjords and Vikings. It doesn’t surprise us that as he had spent thousands of years in Scandinavia he learned many...
After 666 years wandering and flying over the new continent our Flying Brewer Gnome thought it would be nice to get to know the locals.
Another couple of hundred years flew by and our Brewer Gnome with his airborne buck swooped, one chilly morning, over some high rocky mountains...
Firstly, I would like to thank Chris from Achouffe, Prof.