Walked by, by accident , how cool is that :) A very simple, straight up place in Brussels. Inside was very hot (they just finished brewing, it looked ). It is the Brewery on one side, the shop on the other side. Both together are a reasonably-big-livingroom size. the guy that served me was friendly ( only French and english though ! ) and I bought the last beer I had not tried by them before. Price was decent. overall, if you need a beer by them and you’re around, this is a good place to stop. But to actually head out here seems kinda pointless ( all there beers are sold elsewhere as well, and there’s just not that much to see here )
A production rewery with a small service counter. You can buy bottles but that is it. They will talk and explain each beer and the English was quite good. Unfortunately that is all there s to it. If you don’t need to stop you can get it all from Malt Attacks.
Nice small brewery that sells there beer. They explained me every beer they had in a comprehensive manor (if your frensh is good enough, i don’t know how the describtion will be in other languages). It is in the middle of the city, but you probably won’t find it without searching for it. I would recommend to go there if you are close and able to carry a 0.75l bottle.
A small brewery with no seating. You can buy their beers (€7 for 75cl) and drink them in the small park across the street. The friendly brewers will lend you glasses. The three beers I tasted were good and a bit experimental
Visited twice, Once of them closed without a message (there’s enough possibilities to inform people no). Nice very small brewery, nice talk. Can’t they put some chairs were they eventually could offer their beers?
It is not a pub, it is brewery - so if you decide to try their beers on spot, take friends withs yoy, as usully onlu 75 cl bottles are available. And be prepared to stand. But otherwise - it is nice pace where you are in the very centre of their business, and those guys are really very friendly and open.
Small micro brewery just in the Marolles. Installation really is just that; small, borderline homebrewers gone wild living up to the Brusseleir atmosphere.
No taps, just big bottles avail to drink on location - when it is not sold out - with styles keeping it very Belgian as is the wish of the friendly brewers.
My only pet peeve really focuses on the price of their beers that is on a high end for what turns out to be a very Belgianesque experience in beer styles and that do not really push the boundaries of styles.
Lastly, their odd opening hours, lack of communication in regards to the latter when you show up and see a paper telling you that they are out for a meeting.
A welcome addition to the Brussels’ scene but the place setting and combination of having ran into a closed place when it is supposed to be open + the fact that beers can be sold out and the price don’t really add to my wish to go out of my way to stop by.
Small place. The chubby brewer is a really friendly guy! Funny though that their brewery/beers have Flemish/Brussels names, but that they don’t speak dutch themselfes... Anyways, that’s not an issue. Selection, well, they only have 3 beers, and all 3 of them are for sale. 7 euro for a bottles, 20 euro if you buy 3. Glasses are 3 euro (only big glasses at the moment, but they are working on tasting glasses). I enjoyed it, but unless they have a new beer I’d like to pick up, not really worth the effort of going over... Anyways, I was those two young entrepeneurs all the best, I hope they’ll brew some great beers in the future, which would make Brussels even more of a beer destination then it is today!
It’s possible to buy 75cl bottles of the beer they make. Not much else to see or do around here. When I came, 1 of the 3 beers they produce, was not available, alas. It’s nice you can talk to the guys working there. With such a small installation, I understand they have a beer shortage. ;-)