Average, touristy looking beer shack located right next to Gollem. They had quite a few bottles, but nothing too exciting, bar a bottle of Zomer. Prices seem pretty rather high anyways. Itís a shame Antwerp doesnít have a decent bottle shop to speak of. Meh.
jprausch (103) Bonn, Germany | June 23, 2015| Updated November 5, 2015
Touristic bottle shop in the center of Antwerp and just aside Gollem and Bierhuyske. Selection is average a best, but thereís a few Cantillon & Drie Fonteinen "regulars". Prices are high, but a lot less than the scam Abbey nį8 in the same area. Bad bottle shop, but decent for a touristic area.
Basically itís the classic Belgian shop for tourists; the prices are a bit high (very high for Drie Fontainen Armand 4); but probably the only or one of the few shops with a decent selection in the center; no surprises though.
Lele (36) Padova, Italy | August 15, 2014| Updated March 28, 2015
Beer shop con una buona scelta di birre (ho trovato anche la Westvleteren 12). Il commesso Ť molto simpatico e disponibile. Prezzi davvero ottimi.
Cool little bottle shop between Gollem and ít Antwaerps Bierhuyske. Reasonable selection of Belgian beers, but nothing crazy / out of the ordinary. Prices seemed a tad steep, but Iím not familiar enough with the local area to properly assess that. Worth a quick stop in when in the area.
deanso (455) the Hague, Netherlands | February 17, 2014| Updated July 5, 2014
No real surprises for the average ticker. Reasonable pices
Right in the heart of town with loads of tourist (including me). Just a small shop with shelves of beers and a few other items. Decent selection with a few rarities, some Westy 12 for 20 euro I believe, also a few lambics. Prices were fairly high. Not many beer stores in Antwerp that I saw so this might be one of the only options if youíre looking for beers to go.