Rather small bottle shop with a relatively large part of the shelves occupied by beer. The selection is really good, I found a few beers I was specifically searching for and saw even more that are quite special and not available everywhere. Most of the beers are Dutch including lots of local stuff and beers made for the shop, but the Belgians are also well-represented (although there is hardly any lambic). A few Americans, Spanish and Germans round it off. The prices were varying a little, so that for certain beers they were on the high side, even for the Netherlands, but for others they were totally fine. The staff was actually very friendly and helpful, I had a short but nice chat with them and was left with a good feeling.
Based on two visits, both during Tilbrurgs Bierfestival. Nice shop with a small interesting range of beers. FE, got myself the Tilquin Quetsche which is really not that easy to get. Friendly service. Prices ok to high
Visited during Incubate Craft Beer Festival. Difficult to find,I put the address on google maps and walked in circles for quite a bit before I find it. Small interior, well stocked. Friendly owner, in the mood for chat. Prices were on the high side, at least for some imported I got, there were discounted bottles though because of passed BBD.
Visited post Tdrinks-powered Incubate Craft Festival to pick up some festival IPAs brewed in Spain... Smallish, yet well stocked with modern NL brews, the better Belgians, Bier&co/USABeer imports and nice UK ales (St. Peters). The selection is enticing, 1/2 of service/owners friendly enough if distant, the prices alas even for Dutch standards on the high side. I am able to get most, even the Dutch beers, cheaper in Belgium and some even in Germany - can’t just be that pesky NL VAT system, rather some of that militant mercantile spirit at work here, this shop being the only craft supplier in town, as far as I understand.
(Then again Albert Heijn around the corner now carries Goose Island and Flying Dog Session IPA).
Visited on a calm day, was the only visitor... ok selection ok, service horrible.... the woman behind the counter grabbed my baket with some beers i had and said ’’this is it?’’ and started checking out and i was like wtf happens here... poor service, over priced, will not visit again.
T-Drinks is a small shop tucked into a corner just inside the Heuvelpoort shopping centre. The beer section is housed on several shelves and in a fridge at the back of the shop. Belgian beers predominate alongside bottles from well known as well as less familiar small Dutch breweries. There are also a few American beers and English ones such as Fullers and Sam Smiths. The English beers were very expensive (at least to me) but the Belgian and Dutch bottles seemed to be very reasonably priced and I got a 10% discount for buying six bottles. The service was very friendly.
(Visited 30 June 2013).