Very good selection with some rel surprises . No whales, but just cool stuff .
Prices are very nice . Service is OK .
selection contains mostly ( only ? ) Belgian stuff .
Signs are confusing, stating 300 , 700 , and 800 bottles . Its probably somewhere in between .
Visited 12/2013. A great, never-to-be underestimated cross-section of Belgian classics, especially well-equipped when we were there on lambics from Hanssens, De Troch to the whole Bacchus range, including some Boelens novelty creations and seasonals, but no real niche specialties like Fantôme, De Ranke or Jandrain. Oddly did not stock the local Dochter vdK Extase, while its more expensive NL/B/NL competitor 300m down the other side of de Biergrens did. Value on par with Geers for most staples. Semi-warehouse style with ditto service, wholesale indifference, quick to tell you to make way. Would recommend the detour when the NL-B border needs to be crossed anyway in either direction: why not pass it 4 times within one mindfuck of a lilliput enclave and have liquid souvenirs to last you a few weeks?
Great selection of beers. Many seasonal offerings. Always some special offers available. Very good value, you can still pick up a Trappist beer for less than €1.00 per bottle. Be sure to double check your receipt though. You may be (accidentally) overcharged for example for a case instead of a single bottle.
Nice beer shop in a village plagued by Belgian Dutch enclaves. Nice selection of mostly Belgian and lesser Dutch beers. Funny village runs by two nations, fortunate to fill your car in the Belgian part is cheaper.
Martinus (201) Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands | January 26, 2009| Updated December 4, 2014
Good selection of Belgian beer, of course also the expected staples, but a decent list of specials and often some little gems, specially (vintage) oude geuze and oude kriek. Also some international beers.