An institution and a superb place for a beer and to meet other beer enthusiasts. It’s not the most spacious, but then I find that it only adds to the ambiance and the atmosphere inside. The beer list is not the biggest that you will find in Belgium, but the beers on the list are mostly very good quality. The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable. A cracking place.
When you step through the door it’s like stepping back in time. It is a very small quaint old pub. The walls are covered in old beer posters for mostly rare Belgian beers. When I was there, there were more Americans than Belgians drinking there but more Belgians arrived later. The beer menu is in a binder and it about 1" thick separated by region and partly by style. It was the first bar we went to after arriving in Belgium so the selection seemed immense immediately and still seems great in retrospect. The waiter was very helpful and the entire pub seemed friendly. A great place all around and a can’t miss if in Brugge
Cosy with a nice atmosphere. Signs and stuff on the walls that gives it a nice touch. The foot was somewhat Ok..not impressive. But the beerlist was long and nice. Not raretys but a lot of really good beers and lambics to a nice price. The staff was friendly and they knew their beers.
Iy’s like you enter a typical pub, but when you look good, you realize immediately you are in a beer pub, with all sorts of ’beer placards’. Most of all there is not that much space available, but at the back of the pub, there is another room where you can sit. There are many tourists over there, so the ideal place to share some interests with foreign people. For you don’t have a lot of place to sit and move and the pub itself feels a bit ’cold’, maybe because there is playing only classical music over there, but then very silent. However they say they have a wide range of beers on the card, that range is not that big as you would expect (more or less on the same level of the ’Poatersgat’ in Brugge). But the beers are served very well and the people have a good knowledge about which beers to serve, although the service could be a bit faster. A very nice place to go to during the night, but not the best in Bruges.
Visited late on a Tuesday afternoon last March, this cosy little pub serves some kick-ass brews. Beer selection is commendable, though unfortunately we didn’t stay very long to try more. Service was friendly if a little brusque at times. Food was delicious: yummy cheese and pate platters and homemade bread. Definitely worth re-visiting.