Abio (51) , Bermuda | January 3, 2011| Updated March 4, 2012
Previous website: Very good service and communication. Prices are ok, always could be less ofcourse, but most webshops have around the same prices for foreign brews it seems. Will buy again if they re-open. Proefloft: Looked good, big enough and a nice atmosphere over there. Never had the chance to see the old one, but the new one do the trick for me. Realy was relaxing sitting in the coach with a beer in the hand.
i haven’t been there in person but orderd some de molen beer , after some people suggested me on a forum where i asked a good webshop for de molen beers , damn a pretty cool selection for me tough , deffinitly worth a visit , i will gladly order some beers in future and delivery was superfast !! , even personaly asking me how the package was delivered and before answering all my questions i had true email , thx glenn !!
Forcina (68) Bellinzona, Rome, Brussels, Switzerland | October 20, 2010| Updated October 23, 2011
A mio modesto parere e’ un posto sopravvalutato... Molte birre non erano a posto.Ci tengo a precisare che l’ho visitato circa 3 anni fa.Forse dovrei riprovare...
tdtm82 (129) , England | August 29, 2010| Updated May 17, 2011
Wonderful shop which now boasts an e-store featuring a lovely and tidy range of craft artisan delights from Europe and beyond. Packaging and postage is really good value. Service is second to none. Glenn is very efficient at returning e-mails and I must advice that you need to check their holiday periods before ordering. Awesome service and awesome value making this high on my list of my favourite shops in Europe. Fantastic experience all round. Upfdate 17th May 2011. Wow. The beer list has changed and I loved the new range. The value is spot on. New shipping charges are a god esnd and the best and easiest way of getting Pannepot to the UK. Thanks, Glenn!
Visited this place on March 25th.
Very friendly owners who showed us the brewery and let us try some of their best beers. The beershop has a lot of goodies from all over the world but we were there to purchase Alvinne beers so we really didn’t pay the other beers that much attention.
A rare gem in Belgium.
eManu (42) Kuala Lumpur & Brussels, Belgium | March 12, 2010
Really nice little place, nice brewery, really nice people, really nice beer shop. Its all there, what can I say, I just was sad I could not stay longer. Super super place. Thanks Alvinne.
I’m torn between keeping this place a well-kept secret, or spreading the word, but here goes... Davy and Glenn were extraordinary hosts, sharing quite a good share of their range, including some not-yet-available brews. The beers were quite tasty, and this place has enormous potential. It’s the most personal brewery tour you can find! The store has a carefully selected range of beers from far and near, including Lost Abbey The Angel’s Share from the U.S., a huge amount of De Molen, BrewDog, etc, etc. Even Struise Brewer Urbain Coutteau joined us, and we helped his students brew a batch of Pipedream. My only regret is that I did not get to taste Glenn’s cooking, but maybe next time!
This was the first stop of our recent trip and what a way to kick things off! The service was fantastic - Glenn had pulled together a really tricky list of beers we’d been looking to track down and the atmosphere and setup were perfect. Walking up the narrow wooden stairs into the shop was akin to a Secret Garden experience. We sampled several of their latest brews of which the Melchior Calvados Barrel Oak Aged triggered instant purchases all round! On browsing the selection the prices were unbelievable across the board and we continued to fill our crates. I couldn’t recommend this place enough and it should become a regular first stop for all our future trips.
I suppose its about time I rated this. Glenn and Davy have what I think is the best beer shop in Belgium. Its the only place in Belgium where you can buy great non-belgian beers... from Nøgne Ø to Three Floyds. Obvioulsy the Belgian beer choice is great. It’s really the only shop I know where you won’t find a single "bad" beer. It may be a small store but they pack in quality! Oh and the Alvinne beers are available too ;)