(old location review) proprietor claims he stocks 800 beers, not sure if all are on display as the store is tiny, staff is friendly and helpful and usually speaks at least some English, two problems - 1. lack of climate control makes it hot during summers which can not be good for the stock and 2. low stock turnover means plenty of bottles are past their "best by" dates - I make sure to check each bottle I buy now for ’best by’ date if one is provided. If you find it closed go across the street to the bar and ask if someone can open it up for you - they usually will.
Bloody good beer store! Helpful service - the more French you speak the better! A brilliant selection - they have everything Belgian you SHOULD ever want - it feels like the only things they don’t have are the things they can’t get! Obviously that’s not true, there are a few rare specials that they don’t stock, but bascially they stock everything anyone else does, and more! Great store!
Went here with OldDirtyBastard... Great selection of seasonals. Fairly good selection of glasswear. Excellent service! Overall definitely worth a visit, even scored some freebies!!
mullet (230) Melbourne, Australia | June 28, 2005| Updated January 3, 2010
Very good range of beers, on the expensive side but considering the paucity of beer places in the region it’s probably understandable. Nicely set out, good service. In fact, I’d probably recommend just grabbing a few choice bottles from here instead of trying to negotiate the impossibly set out beer list and ugly decor over the road.
Hit this place w/ the wife and kids on our first belgian beer trip experience. Nice little store with a decent selection of great/good belgian beers and proper glassware. Picked up some great Cantillon and Boon.
One of the better places to do beer shopping in Belgium. Small, but many interesting beers. Sometimes they only stock one or two bottles of a beer and can’t sell you more. Communication might be slightly difficult as staff usually does not speak English. More expensive than some other shops but prices are still ok for some of the rare things they have (.75cl bottles of microbrews are around 6-7 Euros). Parking the car can be quite a challenge, as the shop is in a one way street with limited parking available. If the shop is closed just pop into Le Vaudree II opposite and ask for someone to come over and open.
Nice place in the center of Liège where you can appreciate on the tap more than 6 beers from Belgium. Most of the time these beers are carft beers from all around the country.
Service is great and people, as always in Liège, will give you all the piece of advice you know to discover Liège.
If you’re into belgian beers and you want to see Liège : It’s the place to go !