Traditional old bar tucked away in an alley but pretty close to the Market Square. On 2 levels, getting up to the top level is via some wooden steps at the back of the pub. Pretty full on our visit, so the service suffered a little. There is a good vibe to the place but is quite touristy. The beer list wasn’t that impressive really, but I did want to try their own brewed beer, so worth a visit for that reason.
Old school brown pub hidden in some back alley, famous for its house tripel, of which you are allowed to consume one glass only. Atmosphere was warm and pleasant, service quick and effective, the beer served a bit too cold perhaps, but I would recommend this as an initiation to classic Belgian ale culture.
Pequeño y difícil de encontrar. La selección es corta pero ¿a quién le importa? Este local es famoso por su cerveza Tripel: Zeker de Tripel van De Garre. Una cerveza que la fábrica Huisbrouwerij De Halve Maan elabora en exclusiva para ellos y que es de las mejores cervezas en su estilo que haya probado. Muy recomendable lugar donde dejarse caer, probar su cerveza y continuar el recorrdio. Está muy cerca de la tienda que Struise tiene en Brujas.
Really good beer selection in a completey hidden bar. Very attentive service, always great to have free cheese with every beer, lots of big bottles suitable for sharing too. Classical music, a good mix of nationalities. Closed at short notice on our first visit due to staff sickness (with no notice on door). Other than that mishap well worth the visit.
Well hidden in a side street, took us a while till we found it. Cozy and warm ambiance. Bottle selection consists of widely available brews, but their house beer Tripel de Garre is a good enough reason to visit this place. We were served cheese alongside de Garre which was nice. Nice place worth visiting at least for a drink or two.
A difficult to find but ultimately memorable location. Old wooden building with a cosy tables spread across two floors. We sat at the open window upstairs and had their excellent house beer with a customary bowl of flavourless cheese. The rustic feel is reinforced by the classical music gently playing in the background. Service is slow but so is the overall tempo. This place is absolutely worth seeking out if only for a single serving of the excellent Tripel De Garre which is served only here (apparently).