Visited today. Finding a parkingspot was a bit hard.
When you enter the shop you’re met by a great ambiance. A lovely decorated store. When you enter you don’t expect there to be much beer, but that’s because you can’t immediately see the backroom where all the beer is stored.
Great selection and more than decent prices. Loads of Dutch, Belgian and European stuff. Some American brews too. Nice selection of sours that’s worth mentioning too.
Friendly staff. We didn’t chat much or anything but they looked like nice and down to earth people. We also received to free glasses and my username probably gave it away: I can appreciate that.
Absolutely a great shop and I will visit again. If I had a (liquor/beer)shop I would love it to look like this one. This shop combined with a trip to Uw Bierspecialist in Veghel is worth traveling for imo.
bazzu (36) , Netherlands | August 5, 2015| Updated April 14, 2016
Nice store, recently expanded their beer area. Has some hard to finds in this area. Will visit more often.
Update april 2016 - continously expanding their selection and beer area.
Via de website bierkelder.nl bij dezeslijter uitgekomen. Als je niet bekend bent rijd je makkelijk voorbij, maar in tweede instantie toch gevonden. Op de begane grond tref je een.mooie selectie traditionele Nederlandse en Belgische bieren aan. Met als specialiteit toch de uitgebreide selectie lambiek en Geuze bieren. Personeel is uiterst behulpzaam en geeft je graag een tour door de kelder. Alwaar een flinke collectie bieren voor rijping zijn weggelegd. Een aanrader om langs te rijden al snel in de buurt bent. De website is namelijk niet helemaal up to date.
I decided to visit after reading the reviews here and looking at their website. At first it seems a bit difficult to find or my GPS decided to take me on a around-the-town-trip. Once there, nothing seems really special, as the place looks like a normal house with just a couple of bottles on the windows. Parking is just so easy though, plenty od spaces around and you can even park in front of the shop. Once inside, I was lead to the beer corner. Lots of belgian and dutch beers, a bit mainstream but there were also quite a few bottles I didn’t have before. On the opposite side, shelves with their big bottles assortment, and also lambics etc. In the middle of the room a couple of baskets with beers past their BBD for a bargain price. Also some bif bottles of Italian beers half price off for the same reason, although some of them were techically still within their BBD ( 3/2014, it was still March so not "expired" yet), I got some of those. A lady came to check on me and see if I needed any help, left me go on after I said that I am just browsing and showed I already had some beers in my basket.
After a while I decided to ask for help because I had a list with me with beers I was looking for and I couldn’t find them. Another lady went happily around looking for them and asking if they are still available, then she led me to the cellar to look together. Highlight of my visit, really impressive. Lots and lots of bottles left to mature, wine and beer alike, even more impressive a big room with a long table in it and bottles lying around. This is what comes in mind when I read Ratebeer Gathering Grand Tasting :)
She showed me around a bit, I picked up one of the bottles I was looking for and we headed upstairs. I got to choose a couple of free glasses too as a gift, then she helped me load everything in the car. Great service.
Prices are quite okay, and don’t forget you can find some great offers, like bottles on half price or just for one euro. The belgian stuff epscially I found them to be quite cheap.
All in all that was a great shopping experience, I will make sure to revisit if around the area.
Nice store with a good slection of mostly local, netherlands rand belgium beers. The owner is helpfull and an enthousiast of beer and whiskey. In de cellar there is a large selection of different aged bottles. Store is also worth a visit if you like whiskey.
Abijen (66) ’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands | December 3, 2013
Very nice place. Lots of geuzes which are not easy to find. Also a lot of ducht micro’s and a lot of belgium beers.
Prices are ok and some bottles were cheap.
Owner was helpfull and very kind.
Good shop. Absolutly will visite again.
Benzai (241) Oirschot, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands | November 12, 2013
Hidden in the small village of Sint Oedenrode there can’t have been many beerlovers who have found this place. I hadn’t been there once until now even though my girlfriend works less than a kilometer away from this store and it is only about 20 minutes driving from my place. Quite easy to find, just outside the most crowded area of the village centre, a parking area just 20 meters from the front door. Inside there’s more room than you’d expect looking at it from the outside. Besides beers the store has a lot of wines and liquors. Prices are very reasonable and sometimes even cheap. Service is outstanding. The owner has time to talk with you, tell you stuff about the beers and if it’s not too crowded in the store show you the store’s cellar with a lot of (aged) beers in it. You might wont to check that out and search for some hidden gems there. Certainly worth a visit when in the area.
This shop is truly a little gem which deserves more attention. Hidden inside a building that looks like a normal house, this shop sells an amazing collection of beers, liquors and Whiskeys (for the latter they even have a special entrance, some very rare whiskeys are sold). The collection of beers is pretty good and exetensive, though there are places in The Netherlands where one can find larger collections. Lambic beers and some rare gueuzes can be found here. Personnel is helpful and friendly and you better pay attention to the cellars, which contain impressive collections of maturing beers and rarities, some of which are for sale. Worth a visit and I will come back here!
Shop run by people with love for the business. Great cellars with in one of them, a very interesting stock maturing beers. Good selection of beers but not complete. Mostly Belgian beers and a smaller selection of Dutch beers. Also a large selection of single malt whisky.