Average, touristy looking beer shack located right next to Gollem. They had quite a few bottles, but nothing too exciting, bar a bottle of Zomer. Prices seem pretty rather high anyways. It’s a shame Antwerp doesn’t have a decent bottle shop to speak of. Meh.
Beer and souvenir shop in the center. Decent selection, some ticks, several classics. Service was ok, kind of tired and paying with cash cost extra. Prices were reasonable. Overall: worth stopping by, but not worth extra trip.
Called Beers of Belgium. Small tourist trap Lookalike beer shop with only Belgian beers, glasses and some souvenirs, but found some interesting ones from de Struise for example. Prices are totally OK for such a busy tourist location and about the same as normal belgian beer prices abroad.
jprausch (142) Cologne, Germany | June 23, 2015| Updated November 5, 2015
Touristic bottle shop in the center of Antwerp and just aside Gollem and Bierhuyske. Selection is average a best, but there’s a few Cantillon & Drie Fonteinen "regulars". Prices are high, but a lot less than the scam Abbey n°8 in the same area. Bad bottle shop, but decent for a touristic area.
Basically it’s the classic Belgian shop for tourists; the prices are a bit high (very high for Drie Fontainen Armand 4); but probably the only or one of the few shops with a decent selection in the center; no surprises though.
Lele (50) Padova, Italy | August 15, 2014| Updated March 28, 2015
Beer shop con una buona scelta di birre (ho trovato anche la Westvleteren 12). Il commesso è molto simpatico e disponibile. Prezzi davvero ottimi.
Cool little bottle shop between Gollem and ’t Antwaerps Bierhuyske. Reasonable selection of Belgian beers, but nothing crazy / out of the ordinary. Prices seemed a tad steep, but I’m not familiar enough with the local area to properly assess that. Worth a quick stop in when in the area.