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88 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Last stop on an amazing Sunday, got their a little late (think they close at 4 and we got there right beforehand, maybe have been just before 5 though) but Karel was still welcoming and passionate. He welcomed us in, showed us around, shared his passion for beer and philosophy, and let us sample some products right from the barrel. Very impressive to see what one dedicated person can produce, good value for the bottles at the source and definitely worth visiting.“
pushkinwow 111 days ago
54 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Niced vibe to this place, with a big eating hall and a patio outside. Food was okay, the home made ice cream was very nice. Beer selection was mediocre. Service was okay.“
ekstedt 134 days ago
38 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Visited for a Sunday lunch, oddly the second place were the restaurant close to the brewery is in conflict (like 3Fontainen) with the connected brewery . The old lady was friendly but the young ladies was very good in ignoring us. And how can you tell a group of 10 that they to have make a choice of 4 dishes maximum - I was almost leaving the place. Beer list was short but Ingo manage to find a DeCam Geuze in s bottle that was fantastic. Food was OK, had a bacon sallad - the rest of the crew didn't’ say hurray. Clean but old toilets. A very positive thing with this place was the handmade ice cream. Christian found a beer garden a couple of houses up the road - go for food there have the tour at the DeCam (looked great when popping in my head just over the courtyard) and finish of with the icream at the cafe;)“
Nisse666 167 days ago
94 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“I love the passion of Karel! Thank you for the Tour!“
TrappistPours25 210 days ago
62 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Old-fashioned 'brasserie' located next to the De Cam geuze blendery and a hotspot for local Pajottenland folklore. Visited this place twenty years ago but hadn't thought of it anymore until I ended up there again today so a place rating seems appropriate. Frankly, not very impressed: the elderly lady running the place wasn't particularly welcoming (asking for a bottle to take home was apparently not self-evident, even if she did allow me to do so) and the beer list was, to say the least, predictable: bottled geuze and kriek offerings of course, but very weirdly so, none by De Cam. Draught lambics by De Cam were equally absent and apparently there is some kind of dispute between this café and the owner of the De Cam blendery, which would explain the striking absence of De Cam's products. The rest of the beer menu consisted of obvious Belgian choices, trappists (including aged Orval), Duvel and so on; apparently the emphasis on regional beers has declined in all those years, as I recall the beer list to be much more extensive way back around the year 2000. They did have a house beer brewed by 4Pajot, which is about eight miles further to the east in Vlezenbeek and we did have an interesting chat with 4Pajot's only remaining brewer, who happened to stumble in with a delivery of his Stoute Miel. Food looked good - equally old school Flemish but being Belgian myself, I can have nothing against that - but we didn't eat there, might however revisit this place in combination with Grote Dorst or a lambic brewery and have a decent meal. I guess the presence of this place on this site has a lot to do with the fact that they offer geuzes and kriek from most artisanal producers, but then, don't most of the beer cafés and 'brasseries' in Belgium worth mentioning? Not very impressed (anymore) from a pure 'beery' point of view, to be honest, so I'm not quite clear about the relatively high scores it gets here.“
Alengrin 409 days ago
92 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Make the best beer in the world.“
franclh 569 days ago
76 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited during Toer de Geuze 2017. Small cozy blendery, not too impressive but Karl’s tour was cool and funny. Great beer in good prices. Recommended.“
zvsn 903 days ago
88 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Second stop of the beer tour, very near Grote Dorst. This is a cool place in a small town. There is a small free museum behind with art and one above the cafe with musical instruments. They do occasional tours in the brewery, and there is a fairly large cafe. I thought the food was quite good, homestyle cooking.

They had a few de Cams on tap as well as a selection of Geuzes and fruited lambics. They had flights available as well, although they were out of most of the de Cam’s on our visit. Prices very reasonable, service good. This was a place the wife enjoyed, which means something if only for mood enhancement. They were also selling bottles of their house beer, a tripel that was OK.“
bytemesis 908 days ago
74 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“A little spot in a small square. Visited during TDG. Busy and can’t say much as nothing was in English due to the crowds. Beer is bottle onky, but cheapest at the Brewery. Big bottles so come with a few people.“
Ferris 953 days ago
80 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Super klein en persoonlijk, maar leuk om te zien. Zeker de moeite als je er eens passeert. Vriendelijke ontvangst door de brouwer die ons enkele biertjes van het vat aanbood.“
Aminatchime 987 days ago
78 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited on a Sunny Sunday. We were alone at first, and were kindly received by Karel. We had some beers from the barrel, we bought a few bottles. Karel was very buisy ( as to be expected for a man who does that much ) . The place is a cool, yet tiny spot. Worth a visit, for sure,“
kraddel 988 days ago
76 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Stopped in for a late lunch. I had the Flanders stew it was pretty nice. Service was good the staff was friendly. A few beers available a nice stop in for some food and then go next door to the brewery good times.“
BuckeyeBoy 1010 days ago
90 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Funny I stumbled into this stop. After enjoying lambic down the road. I figured I had better get some food so wanted to hit de cam cafe. Lucky for me the brewery was open at the same time. So stopped in to have a look around and sample a couple glasses of beer. Great little place it is amazing that we see bottles of this in Idaho, since this place is so small.“
BuckeyeBoy 1010 days ago
90 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“A very nice, traditional place. Karel served us some samples and was very helpful explaining a lot of stuff regarding lambic. Great experience. Recommended“
AntonFred 1028 days ago
92 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Amazing place, small but personal as all hell. Karel, the master blender, himself showed us around and gave us a bunch of free samples in various states of age. A one man show and you can tell this guy really cares about what he is doing. One of my favorite beers of my Belgian trip.“
jbruner 1149 days ago
76 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“An old school farmhouse cafe with a bunch of wood and a birdcage inside. Food was ok, decent but nothing to write home about. Lambic at great prices on tap. Go for de Cam, stop by here for lunch.“
jbruner 1149 days ago
76 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Visited September 2016 ( and has been there a few times before that ). Cosy, oldstyle country restaurant. Large place, lots of seatings inside and outside. Really a place to bring family and friends for a quiet meal. Place next to de Cam, a nice range of their beers available. Friendly staff, food was nice and some of it made with beers as well. Lovely place for a pitstop :-)“
Brugmansia 1164 days ago
90 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“It was a wonderful experience visiting De Cam, particularly contrasted against seeing the massive new 3 Fonteinen facilities the previous day. It’s small and wonderfully personal. Karel showed as around the small blending and barrel room and gave us a very generous tasting of the Lambics in progress amongst other treats. His passion and enthusiasm is evident and as Uli decided to come along as well the banter made for a very entertaining afternoon. Of course we were able to pick up some Nectarine Lambik to take away. Just try to resist making the joke about how busy he was in 2009. Great times!“
kermis 1183 days ago
72 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Fairly oldschool (typical Belgian) café located right opposite of De Cam. We visited on a Sunday afternoon as would most to visit De Cam. A pretty nice day so we sat on the fairly busy outside terrace for food and drinks. Of course De Cam is available at reasonable prices along with some other Belgian classics. Food was ok, nothing special, though the dessert was pretty awesome - a huge chunk of chocolate cake with coffee. Friendly and helpful staff and overall a nice enough place to have lunch before De Cam itself opens.“
kermis 1183 days ago
82 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited a few times during and between Tour de Geuze and Nacht van de Grote Dorst 2013-2015. Can’t beat the small rustic barn building with Urquells filled with soon-to-be priced-out-of-the-BE-market niche sours; along with the heartfelt passion and joviality of Steker Karel, mostly up to discuss basics in larger groups when needed - explain at length and depth when prodded. Tip: decent food next door in the non-affiliated Oude Cam Volkscafé who sometimes do 3-4 samplers of their neighbour’s bottled and open beers (when available).“
bartlebier 1415 days ago
80 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited the brewery on sunday afternoon. The brewer was very enthousiast and gave an informative explanation. Free taster of young Lambic. Some bottles are for sale, prices are ok.“
JefVerstraete 1427 days ago
100 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“This is THE place for all lambic lovers. I am just short of words: the hospitality was great, endless refills of free samples and willingness to reply even to the stupidest questions. The ambience has a great feel to it, a pristine old-school working geuzestekerij. The selection consists of all currently available De Cam beers and I couldn’t wish for more, great prices too! Overall, it’s an awesome place, would recommend it to anyone - even if you don’t appreciate sour beers (don’t say they’re sour, the word has a negative connotation in flemish) it is a great place to learn about belgian beer history. One of my favourite places on the planet.“
Bongtribe 1537 days ago
86 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited the 2nd May 2015 during the Toer de Geuze (De Cam was not on it, but the brewery was open) - very small brewery on a typical small town in Belgium. Karel the brewer is really amazing, he will speak with passion about the brewery and what is doing. You can visit the brewery for free. De Cam doesn’t brew, and there are barrels to aged the geuze. You can taste beers for 2€ per glass, and buy some bottle for a reasonable price. A must to see if you are a geuze destroyer !“
sir__v 1683 days ago
88 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“I was here Sunday at 3PM. Met the blender and his nephew and they allowed some sampling of Lambiek from the barrel / tank. I got to try their framboise lambic from the tank and they sell bottles to go. simple place but very cool. it’s a small operation. It is the cheapest place to buy De Cam.“
AdamChandler 1742 days ago
88 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Had Lunch here on Sunday. they have Draught Oude Kriek and Oude Gueuze from De Cam, Stew was 14 Euro, delicious ice cream and lambic. Staff was helpful and I really do look forward to returning.“
AdamChandler 1742 days ago
80 /100 WIJNGAARDBOSSTRAAT 6
“It’s hard not to fall in love with this place. We went there on a sunny, but cold, sunday afternoon, so we sat inside. Lovely vibe with lots of locals who come over to enjoy the very impressive beerlist with lots of geuzes and lambieks on it. Beautiful neighbourhood. As it comes to service, you have to go over to the bar and order it yourself, and then walk through the entire pub with your drinks, so I can’t really give it more then a 7. But they were very very friendly though. Selection is nice with Girardin, Hanssens and Boon on the menu, all very well priced. Orval at a stunning 2.9 euro. Never seen this price in Belgium. Rochefort 10 at 3.5 euro, also crazy!I’ve given the food an arbitrary 7, cause we only had some "trappist" cheese, read Maredsous. Overall I’d highly recommend this place for a chill sunday afternoon. Go walking, take your bike and enjoy a good beer/lambiek at this place afterwards! You will not regret it!“
Mathieu87 1764 days ago
64 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited the only time possible: sunday afternoon between 3 and 5PM. Had to wait for 15 minutes before anyone showed up... Possibility to buy Framboise Lambiek, Oude Lambiek and Oude Geuze. OG very limited though, only six bottles, and not pp, but per I don’t know, couple? group? Very weird and not correct. Young guy helping us was friendly, but quotes like: don’t shoot the pianist, don’t really do it as it comes to explaining things. Value for the beers is OK (6.5 euro for a geuze, 9 for the framboise lambiek). Overall... hmm, difficult. Perhaps if Karel is there, things are different. But still, if you find some of their stuff at Geers or Deconinck, just buy it over there, and do not do the effort of driving all the way up there. Also the pub nextdoors is really not worth it. Even they don’t sell De Cam beers at times :s“
Mathieu87 1764 days ago
82 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Visited on a Sunday afternoon. Quite a large place, quite vintage feel, lots of old artisanal furniture, farmhouse atmosphere. They have a nice menu of slow cooked food, the stew was quite nice. Service was excellent, very nice friendly staff. Prices are great. The beer list has some nice Belgian beers on it and beers from the de Cam blendery across the parking lot. Really nice place, will return.“
JulienHuxley 1779 days ago
84 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited once with julienhuxley and we were received by Karel’s helper which was very friendly. He gave us many details on the "operations" and we tried lambic straight from the cask, it was very good. Bottles are sold at a cheap price. Nice place.“
Luk_ 1798 days ago
86 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited three times already, and will certainly be back. The stekerij literally shares a parking lot with the volkscafe, but they are otherwise unaffiliated. The stekerij is open on Sunday afternoons, and Karel (the masterblender) or one of his helpers will gladly serve you a glass of old lambic straight from the barrel, tell you all about the beauties of the lambic tradition in minute detail and sell you some of their exquisite beers at the best price you can find. It’s a very relaxing atmosphere, and sharing a glass with these guys who do this on their free time to maintain a tradition alive is truely a great moment. An authentic experience you won’t find on any Belgian brew tour, so if you’re planning a trip it would be wise to stop by here.“
JulienHuxley 1798 days ago
86 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“Visited on a Sunday afternoon last Spring (2014) after another visit to Grote Dorst. Thanks to Raf and Tinus for transport.

Ambiance: There’s no bar and no tasting room. You step directly into the Stekerij and barrel room with the beautiful old Pilsner Urquell barrels and a few stainless tank. It’s small, beautiful and the scent of the place is great. Karel takes time to give some precious info about his products and he is truly a passionnate. He even add to the ambiance, as Travlr said, "regaling the crowd with his bagpipes". They were also bottling/labeling some ’09 (I know, I’m kidding) Oude Kriek when we visited. If it wasn’t of the arrogant bastard american and famous BeerAdvocate user who was trying to impress I don’t know the f*** who (probably himself), the ambiance would have been perfect.

Service: Karel himself served us the beer so it’s hard to find somebody with a better knowledege of the product. He was kind and took the time to give info about each lambics we tried.

Selection: It isn’t a bar and it’s lambic so it’s completely normal that the selection is rather thin in quantity... but the quality couldn’t be better. I had my best unblended lambic ever which was a 3 year old lambic with the wort coming from Boon. The kriekenlambik directly from the tank was also fantastic. And the Oude Kriek from bottles that we were able to buy to go is the best Kriek I have ever tried.

Food: n/a

Value: Tasters were free and you can’t get De Cam bottles at a better price anywhere else.

Overall: Visiting De Cam has been a wonderful experience for me. They produces some of my favorite lambics and it was great to see the Stekerij and hear Karel talking about his products. Combining a visit to In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst with a stop a Geuzestekerij De Cam is the recipe for a wonderful Sunday and one of the best lambic experience you can get.

tom10101 1804 days ago
80 /100 DORPSTRAAT 67
“The blendery of De Cam is usually open during the Tour de Geuze. You step inside to see the oak barrels with the familiar De Cam logo stenciled on in chalk. I’ve visited twice, and both times the brewer/blender was regaling the crowd with his bagpipes. They had tables and benches set up in the courtyard shared between the blendery and the De Cam cafe across the parking lot, and more tables inside a large hall adjoining the brewery - and it was inside this hall that they were serving geuze and kriek, and selling some interesting bottles. Since it’s rarely open, this alone is a good reason to join the Tour de Geuze.“
Travlr 1805 days ago
80 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Good beer place in the center of Gooik. Nice atmosphere that could pass for an old farm and friendly service. 3 De Cam beers available with a nice selection of other Belgian beers. Hearty menu of typical Belgian flair, very decent prices. Possibility to visit the museum upstairs; one on local musical instruments, and the other, well the door was locked. Would definitely go back, especially since I live about 15 min away.“
sebletitje 1947 days ago
74 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Cozy cafe/restaurant with a local crowd. Good selection of lambic. They do samplers. The food looked good, but we didn’t eat.“
Rasmus40 1971 days ago
90 /100 WIJNGAARDBOSSTRAAT 6
“Brasserie on a beautifull location in the Pajottenland area. Very nice terrace and a lot of space inside. They have an extensive beermenu with draft lambic and a lot of Kriek and Geuze from bottle. Also a lot of other nice and well chosen Belgian beers. Very friendly service and very cheap. A bottle of oude geuze is about 3,5-4€. I would certainly recommend this bar!“
JefVerstraete 2044 days ago
86 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Very nice place to visit. You can taste a lot of Geuzestekerij De Cam. Food is also very good. Friendly staff.“
JefVerstraete 2140 days ago
74 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Small cafe With the most Common de Cam’s avaliable. If by car it’s a must stop when you are in the area around Liedekercke, dworp and such..“
Dedollewaitor 2177 days ago
80 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Visited October 2012.

We stopped on the way into Brussels coming from Westvleteren and it took quite a while to get here. This was just after tourist season so all the roads were being worked on and out in the country there aren’t as many easily available detours. It was pretty ridiculous really just how many streets were closed. Once we arrived in Gooik though it was a quaint little town with some charm, but as it turns out is also kind of hill billy. This is the West Virginia of Belgium. Parking in the middle of the day was no problem at all.

Inside the cafe is an interesting scene. Lots of decorations everywhere. There is also a museum upstairs. There was one customer just leaving when we showed up but aside from that we were the only ones besides the (what I think were) husband and wife team that do the cooking and serving. Between the three of us we got a glass of each of the three beers offered. The gueuze is always nice, the kriek was a bit cough syrup-like but still good, and the young lambic was not very pleasant at all. I’d love to be able to get a case of the gueuze whenever I wanted but alas my memories of this place will have to do. They also sell verticals and vintages of the gueuze but we didn’t do that. I think all three of us ordered the same thing, which was the beef stew that was pretty good.

I’d definitely stop in again to load up on some bottles or maybe just to explore the country side again. The service was friendly and the prices were pretty reasonable.“
t0rin0 2218 days ago
70 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Visited on a wednesday afternoon. Was a little crowded when we came in around 4 PM, but after half an hour the place was almost empty. Friendly waitress. Small selection of beers. A few local ones. Some gueuze and kriek. De Cam Geuze wasn’t available... How wrong is that?“
Mathieu87 2285 days ago
70 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Locale annesso al birrificio... Buona scelta di lambic. Caratteristico...“
fiammanghilla 2422 days ago
88 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“A little note to start with. The brewery De Cam and the bistro De Cam Volkscafe are two separate entities. Located just in front of each other but two different entities. The brewery (blending only) is a one man operation and the blender/owner has 0% involvement in the bistro located in front of his brewery. He just sells most of his production to the bistro because it is convenient. That being said the brewery itself is rarely opened because this is just a part-time job for the blender/owner. I was lucky enough to be there during a special day in Belgium during which many breweries opened their doors. But when visiting De Cam you are 99% certain you won’t have access to the brewery. Still, the bistro is worth the detour. De Cam beer on tap at extra cheap price. A free “museum” on the second (and I use the term “museum” loosely). Good sandwiches with local products. Nice patio. Great service. My recommendation would be to visit on a Sunday so you can hit de Grote Dorst before.“
Glouglouburp 2508 days ago
80 /100 WIJNGAARDBOSSTRAAT 6
“This place has existed for a long time on “the other site” and I’m surprised to be the first one to add it on ratebeer. This might be my personal winner for the Most-Middle-Of-Nowhere-Beer-Place Award. But this beer bar in the middle of nowhere it is nonetheless an old classic and a very well known place in Belgium. Also it has been listed on the “other site” for a long time. So I’m now adding it on ratebeer. I got to In Den Haas on a day biking for remote beer places and I stopped at In Den Haas on a Sunday after drinking wonderful lambics at In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst and then I continued my ride to drink more wonderful lambics at De Cam Volkscafe. Those three places are not that far from each other and the bike ride was simply wonderful on the small dirt roads crossing old windmills and wonderful sceneries. I highly recommend this very same Sunday bike ride, one of the highlight of my pub-crawler life. Sunday is the only day when all three of these places are opened. I would recommend against In Den Haas if it is not a nice day. The beer list, although extensive, has very few unusual beers and the main reason to go to In Den Haas is to sit outside in the middle of a field, dry some quality beer and enjoy the moment. I kept the beer menu, over 100 beers, 15 lambics, all suspects (trappists minus westy), Witkap, etc. Proper glassware. There was an orchestra practicing while I was there, not sure if it happens every Sunday. Again, although even if not worth the detour just for this place, I cannot recommend enough hitting de Grote Dorst on a Sunday at opening, then making your way to In Den Hass and then De Cam. A wonderful day.“
Glouglouburp 2508 days ago
80 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Stopped in for a visit during my trip to belgium last month. The atmosphere was serene and chilled out. An old gentleman was sipping a lambic and reading the paper at a nearby table, but otherwise the place was empty of patrons. I ordered a flight of kriek, faro, lambiek. All the beers were tasty, as expected. I was thoroughly impressed with the meat and cheese plate I ordered. A few different meats surrounded a gigantic pile of delicious cheese. Additionally, the pickles and pearl onions were delightful. A perfect compliment to the beers. Service was friendly and prompt. No complaints there. Overall, this was a nice stop. I am glad I made the journey to De Cam. I would definitely go back.“
Huhzubendah 2585 days ago
80 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Stopped here on the way to Brussels. Nice little cafe next to the brewery. Just a couple of people working the bar inside. Quick friendly service and the food was pretty decent (had the beef stew). There was kriekenlambik and gueze were very nice, but the unblended young lambic on my visit was terrible. A nice place to visit, but it’s definitely a bit out of the way.“
brokensail 2612 days ago
72 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“2012.09.02 - with my dad - next doors to brewery ’De Cam’ - De Cam products and other lambics available. Did not try the food.“
suedehead288 2661 days ago
76 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Nice place though a bit out of the way. There was a bike race when we arrived blocking traffic throughout town. Sat outside and ordered the sandwiches and taster trays. Got a short tour of the brewery and picked up a glass or two. Would visit again.“
Doodler 2766 days ago
78 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Very neat spot, quick visit with tight timeline. Small draft list but interesting. Some cute girls and friendly staff running around. Reasonably priced, very up scale for the small town but nothing fancy. Had outside seating but was extremely crowded at the time. Food seemed good but didn’t order any.“
cpetrone84 2895 days ago
60 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“Odd experience, very short because of time constraints. A more modern feel than most other Belgian countryside spots. Service was excellent despite crammed restaurant, one large room split by a bunch of decor, shelves and such, very family-like. I’ll try the patio next time. Disappointing draft list was quite small and had only 3-4 de cam beers, more guest lambics than anything else. I’d definitely try it again, but the list was so small and standard that the time required to get there may not be justified.“
MrChopin 2962 days ago
84 /100
De Cam Volkscafe (Restaurant)
DORPSSTRAAT 67
“family restaurant in small, scenic town. nice old brick building. old brick, old wood ceilings. hops draped from rafters. de cam jonge lambiek and krieklambik on tap. friendly, helpful server. picture menu for food for those who struggle with flemish. great place. bunch of old antiques, a bird cage, antique games for kids. guns and puppets strewn about. neat place. neat beers.“
SrSilliGose 3105 days ago
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