Nice big place with a huge selection of Belgian beers at good prices.
kermis (430) Where the wild whales are, Netherlands | February 9, 2015
A decent sized and pretty accessible beer shop if you are that side of Brussels in a car. There’s some decent stuff like Struise at good prices and a decent lambic selection as others have said. Only 1 Cantillon (of any type) per person though. Wouldn’t go out of my way to visit again but would pop in if I were passing by..
Big store. Suggest you draw a number ;-) Also sells other liquids. They have a very complete set of Belgian beers with nice rarities as well. I bought the Caractere Rouge over here. And yes... Only Belgians. The progress in the world is still not noticed in these outlands. :-)
Very nice store, with an exceptional selection of belgian beers. A never seen choice of lambic beers. Also very nice gifts, bought immediately a beerpacket for my father. Good service, very helpfull. Really worth visiting this shop. Very good situated near Brussels.
Nice and very good sorted beer-store next to the Motorway. Great selection, prices vary - "normal" beers are cheap, harder to get stuff gets more expensive (and is sometimes even more expensive than in other places).
The staff is absolutely unfriendly, even a bit rude. They don’t seem to be interested in helping you and even at the checkout they are very unfriendly.
They sell Westvleteren for 10€/bottle...
I have to give it to them, they have a nice selection of lambics & gueuzes. But this should not come as a surprise, as their shop is right next to most of the (Brussels) lambic brewers.
Which surprises me that they have such high prices (e.g. Cantillon Bruocsellas are 15€ whereas they are only half of the price at the brewery itself, not too far away).
But the thing that surprises me the most, is their totally unfriendly service!
Me, a returning customer, wanted to buy a couple of special lambic bottles and a crate of Orval, and was refused to do so. So called reason: they limited the amount of bottles for sale per person (which was NOT indicated anywhere), and you needed a special Orval-card to buy a crate. Note: I previously DID buy a crate of Orval there, gave it back emptied, after which I could not take a full one back home again (so I lost my precious Orval crate).
Visited after an afternoon of lambic hunting in Pajottenland. Able to find some interesting (fruit)lambics and geuzes. Not even that large of a selection of Belgian beers, but a decent selection, mostly regional. Friendly and helpful service.