Visited in May 2015. It is located in amongst all the tourist areas, so there are a lot of tourists here. Deservedly so. They have a massive beer selection, but pricing is on the high side. Didn’t end up buying anything, but it was fun to peruse their selection.
A bit tourist-focused, but if you look past the souvenir crap and the standard big Belgian beers there are a number of more interesting beers available, such as various Geuzes, Saisons, XXX Bitter (old bottles though), some Dolle Brouwers. Some bottles were a bit expensive, so shop selectively.
Great little shop located centrally in Brussels!
Had only 20 minutes for shopping, and this is easy to find. Great Belgian beer selection, some hundred- would guess 400. I was looking for Belgian beers, so I was very content. Both traditional and modern berlgium beers. On my regular bottles the prices varied frpom 2,50 too 4,95 ( some special Struise & Bridgewater collab.
A huge plus for a traveller by plane was the great packaging the bottles came with- like the tax free protection, but 6mm protection of bottle!
I am sure there are other great places for shopping in Brussels- but this was very convenient
Small place in the centre offering a huge selection of mainly belgium beers. Staff was unattentive even though only a handful of customers were there. Prices were a joke, a tourist trap! Surely you can find some interesting beers but at a price tag which makes you shake your head!
Visited 12-SEP-2015, with Ulkløbben.
Well organised shop that looks more like a chocolate shop than a bottle shop. Lots of merchandice here.
Mostly Belgian beers. Almost nothing else. You can find Westvleteren 12 but Prices are a bit high.
Nothing American or Danish
Beer cave of many wonders; though the rare things are long since gone. Some very reasonably priced bottles given its central location, though one busy member of staff not particularly able to assist in choices. Small book and large glasses range.