Just happened to walk past this place and came back later on to check it out. A pretty cool bar that’s not as tacky as most Belgian beer cafes I know of. It’s interior is modern and quite small. Relaxed ambience with old school jazz, soul and lounge beats playing in the background. As for the beer you will find your more common Belgian ales here. On tap they do have Delirium Tremens, a Kriekenbier, Leffe Brune for example. In bottles are the Trappist ales and a few lesser known Belgian beers. The staff are great - really friendly and actually go to the effort of explaining the beers as they pour into proper glasses so always props for that. You will pay a few more Euro for the beers here but worth checking out if you’re fiendin for some Belgian beers when in Salzburg.
Very crowded small Belgium beer bar. Quite good selection of Belgium beers - 4 on tap and I guess 20 in bottle. They have Duchesse de Bourgogne as one of the owners comes from the town where the brewery is located.
I was twice the age of anyone else there, though they appreciated my era’s music more than I did, which says something. Belgian beer cafe with the sort of range that will put the AB InBev clones to shame. De Ranke X3 & ’t Gaverhopke x3, for example. No food or non-smokers. Or old people. Sep me.
A nice bar in Salzburg where you can find beers from belgium. I took a LaChouffe Houblon IPA, nice to find this beer this town. I really recommend it, if you want to have others beers as german pils in Salzburg.
For me this is this best beer place in Salzburg! Nice cosy bar for a younger audience, located in a beautiful part of fhe old town. Really friendly and knowledgable staff. One of the best Belgian beer assortments in Austria (propably only beaten by the Känguruh in Vienna), but you have to be aware that this is only for Belgian beers. Prices are average. No food. The only downside is that this is for smoking, but as long as they are allowed to they let the the doors open for fresh air. Overall highly recommended!
Good located in the city center but in a relaxed area.
It’s small, but it doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable. Dark ligths, good music and a lot of young people.
The servide is good, a really friendly(and little bit hiperactive) guy.
The selection is really good if you like belguian beers. 5 taps and around 100 bottles.
I miss some other styles of beers.
When they close, they open the bar just in the front. Just in case you wanna continue the party.
Having been to many world class beer bars (Delerium Cafe, Toronado, and Ma Che Siete Venuti a Fà to name a few, I can rank this small gem right up there. The Belgian selection is on par with the best I have seen! The only thing lacking here are beers from other countries, such as American IPA’s, German Bocks, or English Ales. However, as the other rater implied, if you want a nice Belgian Ale, this is the place. Almost all of the well known Belgians and quite a few I had never seen. Destined to rise in Ratebeer rankings to certainly the best in Salzburg and possibly Austria!