Decent wee bottle shop with variable opening times at moment due to health reasons. Opens by appointment for private tastings. Friendly staff, some interesting gems though a smaller selection than at some shops.
Small, cozy and very personal little shop central in Brussels. Not the biggest selection in town, but carefully chosen. To get the full experience you have to attend to a tasting session with food paring. One if the best beer experience of my life. The owner speaks perfectly English and are extremely knowable and does the whole thing in a very intelligent way. Not for ticking, this is for people who really want to learn how to get the full experience out of a few amazing beers.
A very cozy little shop in a fairly dirty-looking side street. But when they were open, the street had outside seating and inside was a fine, small selection of good and rare bottles to be bought home or enjoyed on site. Good, friendly service as well.
Et fantastisk sted for beer hunters, mye bedre enn turistfellene Beer Planet etc, og dette mest på grunn av den usedvanlig hyggelige, entusiastiske og kunnskapsrike innehaveren. Sjelden har jeg følt meg så umiddelbart velkommen som her. Stor gjestfrihet og imøtekommenhet. Hit skal jeg tilbake!
Discovered while following inadequate directions to Delerium Cafe a few blocks away. Only two interior and one exterior tables but worth visiting to learn from the proprietor of the nuances of the common and rare beers on hand. (some chilled for serving) Complementary cheese possible also. A beer shop with the opportunity for informed tasting - brillant! I found some uncharacteristically hoppy Belgian beers and some seasonal monastic brews. A great place to share a table with foreign beer tourists, and it’s non-smoking! A great example of world class Belgian beers and Brussels hospitality (the owner is from Switxerland).
Quickly becoming my No.1 stop for short visits and layovers in Bxl, due to its location 3 steps from Bxl Centraal and on the quiet/empty side of Rue des Bouchers. As said, its main feat is client-oriented service, with the owner couple on top of their game and gentle hosts besides that. Nice to sit at one of the 4-5 tables and study the selection on the racks. Have experienced in-house drinking prices to be a lot fairer than for take-out bottles, which are not priced, which can be annoying if you are buying specific singles on a budget. - The one place where I have not only found Belgian Beer & Food magazine, but Danish beer books and Canadian gastronomic beer guides as well. Steadily evolving, a great and cozy meeting place for aficionados with patience and a boost to the else lethargically developing new wave Belgian beer pride & culture.
Visited March 19. A small beer shop where you can sit down and drink the beers! Very cozy. The owner was very friendly, and talked with us for a long time about the beer we had and bars to visit in Brussels.
Nice bottle shop with good selection of Belgian and some foreign beers. Prices were fair and if u look in the right spot you can find also some rarities. Pass by if you want to pickup some bottles. Service is ok.