Visited just a couple of times now; last time (22th of December) there were about 8 beers from tap, among which Omnipollo Anagram and Black Damnation - Mocha Bomb (had this one at Billie's Craft Beer Fest, so I settled for a dark Berliner Weisse by Uiltje and a Wild Ale by Struise). Prices for tap beers are decent; not cheap for bottles though, not in the wholesale category but that's understandable. Selection has Struise's classics and several iterations from the Black Damnation series (I'm guessing this is one of the few places where you can find them anyway). On the other wall you'll find international top breweries even with some lesser known labels. Owner Bart is a friendly chap and knows his way around. I can only complain about the small space, which gets easily crammed by tourists. All in all, I wouldn't 'shop till I drop' here, but I can see myself coming here now and then, have a chat and a taste, and take 2-3 bottles back home.
This place wasn’t open it’s advertised hours, but we persevered, calling later on and enjoyed our short stop. Decent selection of craft beer and Lambic at decent prices, including two Fabriek beers, that I haven’t seen in a shop before. Chatty staff (Bart, I think it was). The Black Damnation Froggy on tap, served in the proper glass, was really good. Well worth a visit.
Excellent beer shop in the centre of Bruges, I went in looking for two specific Struise beers & managed to find both; their Black Albert imperial stout (got a 2016 bottle) and their long retired Aardmonnik (picked up a 2008 vintage for €10). Very pleased and I noticed they has quite a few imported beers too that I didn't see anywhere else in Belgium - they had some Brewdog, Bell's and quite a few others that I can't remember as I stuck to the Belgian offerings. Great wee shop and I imagine I'd stop by again if I was back in Bruges.
Finally get to see this place due to its limited opening hours. Its easy to spot on Burg Square next to the Basilica of the Holy Blood. Very small shop that surprisingly has 3 draft lines, with a table in the middle. Though if there are people sat, they may need to breathe in to let you peruse the beers. Draft prices were a little eye-watering (€6 for 15cl) so i chose a couple of take-outs instead. Doesnt boast the extensive selection i was expecting, seemingly focussed on selected craft and hype breweries such as Mikkeller, Evil Twin, Beavertown, Moersleutal, Prearis and Struise of course with a few other Belgian brewers dotted about. Price for Struise was higher than expected. I guess for Belgians and locals this is the only place for foreign craft, but for everyone else The Bottle Shop round the corner is your best bet for a serious Belgian selection in Bruges.
Small bottle shop tucked away with a bunch of other shops off of Burg Square, not real easy to find. Service was pretty good about helping me figure out their selection. As far as bottle shops this place had the best selection of bottles I was looking for in Brugge. Pricing was a little high, but nothing crazy considering the selection. My biggest problem with this place is I found four or five bottles I wanted to buy, however as I was getting ready to check out my wife noticed a small sign near the register which says cash only, and what they really mean in Euros Only. I was really limited on time and tried to go to an ATM and get euros, but ran out of time. The moral of the story is if you don’t have euros just don’t waste your time here.
Quite small shop, but one can find there only good beers, without the regular lagers and all other regular stuff. There also several good draughts too. The service and the ambiance are great. You can open a nice beer there while selecting what to buy.