I was actually here at the time the place was just opening, the guy there was in the process of opening cases of beers and organizing them on the shelves. He was very nice when I asked him a bunch of questions even though he had quite a hard time speaking english. Selection looked very good including Westvleteren and a good range of Cantillon. Prices seemed very reasonable, especially for central Brussels.
Visited here September 2016. Just around the corner from Delirium bar. Pretty good selection of Belgian beers covering a broad range of styles. Some prices were decent. I picked up a BA Struisse for around €4. Some prices were nuts. Hommage was €125! I was wondering who might pay that, when a bunch of youngish, tourist types walked in and got giddy when they spotted the Cantillon that were in stock. Anyway, worth a visit if in the area.
Visted in May 2015. Located in the touristy part of town. Lots of interesting Belgian and european beers available with a nice glass selection toward the back of the shop. Like other reviews have mentioned, you are pretty much on your own in here. No customer service, but I didnt really mind anyway. I can peruse a shop by myself. I didnt notice prices being exorbitantly high, so maybe the shop has changed in that way? Maybe the inflated tourist shop prices had desensitized me by the time I got here. Who knows. Either way, it was an alright shop.
Nice laid out place. good selection of Belgians and some other Scandinavian. The guy has no interest in any service for the customer, only to take the money. I have picked up a Black Damnation series here and i think some De Cam, the selection is good, with Hommage being displayed if you ant to spend 120 Euros