Aaaaah, good lambic beer memories. This is where I purchased my first lambic beers, about 20 years ago. Already at that time, they were pioneers in terms of vision and support to the lambic beer culture. Nice service, good prices (Millennium geuze at not even 5Ä)..
A nice place to pick up lambics from around the area. Great selection although there wasnít anything really hard to find or limited. Maybe the HORAL Mega Blend counts? I donít know. Itís nice to have all the good lambic in one place. The selection of local foods was nice too.
Beer-wise they have the common lambicís at what are pretty good prices. Ok place to stock up on your basic lambic stash. Other some of the common De La Senne beers & couple of other somewhat interesting beers. Local products, jam, whole lot of organic juice, cheese, etc. Not a bad place.
Small shop in Halle with the always difficult task of finding a parking spot.
Shop carries mostly local beers from the Pajottenland, mostly Flemish depsite the proximity to Wallonia.
They carry many gueuzes ranging from Boon, Cantillon, 3F, Timmermans, Hansens, etc.
Nice and clean with a friendly shopkeeper. Beers are more than reasonably priced.
They also have a wide range of local produces and other small liquors that are worth checking out if you want to sample more of the local food cutlure.
Visited 26/4/08. 75-100 beers on sale with, as mentioned below, a serious focus on lambics. Had plenty of good examples from Drie Fonteinen, Oud Beersel, de Cam and Boon amongst others, without stretching as far as the most rare bottles - 3F Doesjel was as interesting as it got. Also had a fair range of other Belgian ales including most of the de Zenne range. Worth a visit if you are in the area.