This is a nice place in an alley a few minutes from the train station. Doing a pretty decent business (all outdoors) at 2PM on a Thursday. They have flights available; the flight board has six holes, but flights are only four beers, FYI. Service was decent. Indoors looked dark and full of ambiance; outdoors was limited to a few tables fronting the alley. Did not try the food.
A fairly large place in town. Flights and wifi are ticker friendly. Prices are OK and beer is average. Service is sort of decent, a little gruff but gets the job done. I didn’t eat although the food looked good.
Very crowded, lively and, thus, noisy place! But great atmosphere and a nice beer selection at affordable prices, yet service isn’t especially friendly. I would however warmly recommend a visit to any beer amateur!
Pretty large place in a side street just behind the shop/brewery. Despite the size it felt cozy enough. They serve their own beers, flights are available. Beers are mostly average, a good one here and there. Service is a bit strange, they didn’t seem to know much about the beers. If nearby worth visiting for ticks.
18-Dec-2016. Near Central station and round the corner from their own bottle-shop. Pretty spacious, and had a band playing Xmas songs whilst I was there. Decent selection of 10 beers on tap. Service was OK. Cash only. Food available - selection was OK, but didn’t try. Would go again.
A crowded but spacious brewpub. I sat at the bar and had two flights. A flight is 4 x 10cl, one 10 cl water and a small bowl with peanuts for 10 Euro. Decent beers, some really good, as "De Prael / Jopen HIJSM 2 3/4" An excellent imperial stout. Service was top notch. A beer geek as me, taking notes, often leads to a beer chat and free tasters. The others hanging in the bar were all working at De Prael, but had the evening off. Varied pop/rock music played. And, you can pay by credid card. (Visited November 17th 2016)