Nice selection of Belgian beers. They have some large format bottles in here (Rochefort Christmas 8 in 1.5L format, Chimay in 3L, etc.) in addition to hundreds of regulars at competitive prices for Bruges. Bruges is an expensive tourist city, but of all the bottle shops in Bruges, this one is the least expensive....
Typical Belgian bottle shop with organized yet crowded shelves. The beer seems to be organized by styles which can be very helpful. The help was friendly and they carefully wrap up and bag all you beer for you. I walked out of there with 7 or 8 bottles. They didn’t have anything super rare but they are also selling more obscure and interesting selections. The prices seemed reasonable. Certainly worth a stop.
Impressive one roomed (big room though) beer selection. You are left alone to wander around, help is available if required; two females on duty when I visited, the young one spoke English, the elder not so well versed. Each bottle I bought was wrapped and placed in a bag for me, only beershop to do that in Brugges.
Just as expensive as De Bier Tempel and 2be, with about the same number of beers to choose from. I got my Vicaris ’Generaal’ and ’Tripel’ as well as three ’St Idesbald’ beers from the Huyghe brewery here.
Plenty of room here, with a very nice beer selection for Bruges standards. Very near the market, which the prices sadly reflect. Quite good for grabbing one or two of the more elusive bottles you wouldn’t get anywhere else in Bruges.
Countbeer (259) Best of E-Town mit 2 Brauhausen, Netherlands | January 18, 2012
Located next to the Market in Brugge you’ll find this shop with lots of Belgian beers in bottles in the window.
The shop tells a lot this way. Lots of typical Belgian beers.
Nothing really rare or hard to be found, but you might leave the shop with a bottle or two.
Friendly service, easy to find and a nice selection for the regular beer lover.
I wouldn’t normally buy beer (or much else) in Brugge, it’s far too touristy for my taste. But if you have to buy beer here, this would be the place (of course, I haven’t been to the Struise shop yet!). Prices are better than most other places, and selection includes a few things not found elsewhere.
Among the great usual Belgian beers thou shalt find some nice little gems. Looking at the bottom of the shelve I was able to see some nice small Flemish brews for a reasonable price.
Nice little location, not as crowded as others.
Some beers are just too pricey while other small ones are nice at around 2€/3€.
A nice stop but nothing too exceptional. Just need a place with a soul.
A block or two down from the Central Square on one of the main shopping strips, Bottle Shop has a solid selection of belgian ales, certainly a few hundred long in a well-displayed store that is well worth visiting. Its central location makes it sell a little of everything that may be of interest to tourists, but the polite service and logical disposition made it one of the better places to shop if you really must do your beer shopping in Bruges.