Tiny shop packed with beers; no ultra-rarities, but at least some half-rarity; some Strise and Alvinne; some beers from very small breweries, not common to find; also some American and Danish and Scottish, although in this case the price is too high; also the other beers are not very cheap, for Belgium, but still acceptable. They have a beer fountain at the entrance, and that one smells like hell!
A bit expensive, but nice selection. Some danish and american beers, but mostly berlgian bottles in the store. The only shop that offered 3 Fonteinen Armand Lente during my visit. I will go here next time I visit Brussels.
A very good store, massive selection, but damn, it’s expensive. There are several other places you should go to before Beer Planet - eg Bier Tempel. We got some over-enthusiastic kinda in-your-face service, so that also detracts a bit. But wonderful selection.
Smallish beer shop located in central Brussels. There is no denying the beer selection is good here: mostly Belgian, but also craft Danish (including Mikkeller) and UK (including Brewdog). Particular highlights are the lambics (lots of Drie Fonteinen) and De Struise. The prices are pretty expensive (even more so than bier Tempel), but you can’t get a hold of these beers so readily elsewhere. If you spend over 100 euros you get a "free" Westmalle Extra or Westy. All round a pretty decent, but pricey beer shop.
Countbeer (252) Best of E-Town mit 2 Brauhausen, Netherlands | June 5, 2011
Opened earlier specially for me. Got some nice beers here. Some beers have touristic prices other specialties have normal prices. Absolutely worth a visit! This shop got a nice selection of Danish beers (Mikkeller, Hornbeer...) Also some other stuff like Three Floyds and De Molen (limited). Next to that you’ll find a special place in the back dedicated to Belgian Artisinal beers. Lots of beers! Great shop and good service!
Used their webshop which is filled with loads and loads of Belgian beers, prices are rather high compared to other Belgian places but okay compared to Danish. The website is quite antique looking but easy using once you get used to it.
They didnt stress out with the shipping as it took about 10 days before the package was shipped and they didnt get back to me after 5 days when I asked about it. In their defence the package was extremely well packed, I actually had to use tools to open it.
Visited March 18. Great Selection, very pricey, touristy, nice setup of the beers.
77ships (177) Antwerpen, Belgium | March 23, 2011| Updated December 25, 2013
Located in the centre of Brussels, not hard to find, the prices are touristy/bit high (2 – 3 euro for more common special beers, 5 – 6 for the bit rarer, smaller batches craft stuff, up to 20 for Mikkeller, some others), don’t get anything here that you can find at the supermarket but the selection is very nice, lots of good stuff, almost all of them are Belgian plus some Brewdog & Mikkeller beers, there is lots of nice stuff to be found, things are arranged by style, it is not that hard to find things since the shop is not that big, don’t know how helpful the owner is since I didn’t ask for advice, he speaks French & Russian, not sure about English but going by the other comments he doesn’t seem to speak all that much English, it seems like he is fluent in Russian if that helps /// Not changing the review but please take note that the guy buys all of his beers @ Hopduvel & Willems and than resells them for more money. Make whatever you want from that.