Belgium is renowned for its rich brewing heritage and the exceptional quality of its beers. With a history dating back centuries, Belgium breweries have perfected the art of brewing, combining traditional methods with innovative techniques to create a wide range of unique and flavorful beers.
One of the distinguishing features of Belgium breweries is their commitment to craftsmanship. Each beer is meticulously crafted, with attention to detail and a focus on using the finest ingredients. From the selection of the malt and hops to the fermentation process, every step is carefully executed to ensure the highest quality and taste.
Belgium breweries are known for their diverse beer styles, offering something to suit every palate. From the refreshing and light-bodied Belgian Witbier to the complex and robust Belgian Trappist ales, there is a beer for every occasion and preference. Whether you prefer a fruity and aromatic beer or a rich and malty brew, Belgium breweries have you covered.
What sets Belgium breweries apart is their commitment to tradition. Many breweries in Belgium have been family-owned and operated for generations, passing down their brewing techniques and recipes from one generation to the next. This dedication to preserving tradition ensures that each beer produced is a testament to the country's brewing heritage.
Belgium breweries also embrace innovation, constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in beer production. They are not afraid to experiment with new flavors, ingredients, and brewing methods, resulting in exciting and unique brews that captivate beer enthusiasts around the world.
When you enjoy a beer from a Belgium brewery, you are not just drinking a beverage; you are experiencing a piece of history and culture. The craftsmanship, tradition, and innovation that go into each bottle make Belgium beers truly special.
Whether you are a seasoned beer connoisseur or just starting to explore the world of craft beer, Belgium breweries offer an unparalleled experience. So raise a glass, savor the flavors, and immerse yourself in the rich brewing heritage of Belgium.
- Antwerpse Brouw Compagnie Indiesstraat
- De Koninck Brewery, Mechelsesteenweg 291, Antwerp, Belgium +32 3 866 96 90
- Cantillon Lambic Brewery, Rue Gheude 56, 1070 Brussels, Belgium +32 2 521 49 28
- Self Guide
- Drie Fonteinen
- lambik-O-droom Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
- Lindemans M-F
- Het Goudblommeke in Papier (Pub) specializes in authentic Lambic and its variants, the Geuze and Kriek.
Café restaurant À La Becasse
- Bacchus Cornelius Beer and Jenever House
- Artevelde Stadsbrouwerij Botermarkt 5 9000 GENT Belgium
DE DULLE GRIET Vrijdagmarkt 50 9000 Gent
- su: 12 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
- Gruut Rembert Dodoensdreef 1, 9000 Ghent
- Sun - 2-6
- Huyghe Brewery Geraardsbergsesteenweg 2B , 9090 Melle
- Brasserie de Waterloo
- Bourgogne des Flandres Brewery
- Bourgogne des Flandres Pure
- De Halve Maan Brewery
- Brugse Zot
- Straffe Hendrik
- Staminee De Garre
Tripel van De Garre (11%)
- Tour 26th, 29th, 1st
The historical town of Ypres is in the West Flanders province of Belgian. It's surrounded by the Ypres Salient battlefields of World War I Many cemeteries, memorials and war museums honor the battles that unfolded in this area. The Gothic-style Sint-Maartenskathedraal (St. Martin's Cathedral) and man other important buildings were carefully reconstructed after being destroyed in the war,
- (H) Flanders Lodge*** (Ieper)
- Trappist Westvleteren Saint Sixtus Abbey
- Tasting Room: In de Vrede
- closed Fridays
- St Bernadaus Trappistenweg 23 8978 Watou
- The Brouwerij Van Eecke
- Monte De Cats
- Benedictine abbey of Saint-Martin Rue Saint-Martin 52, 7200 Tournai
- Le Lodge, Rue de l'Yser 42 (side street Grote Markt)
Lille is the capital of the Hauts-de-France region in northern France. The historic center, Vieux Lille, is characterized by 17th-century brick town houses, cobbled pedestrian streets and the large central square, Grand Place.
- Célestin Closed Mondays - Opens 11:00AM
- La Mousse Touch' 19 Boulevard Jean Baptiste lebas 59000 Lille, France
- Le Khedive
- Vivat Factory
- Brasserie Le Comptoir
- Brasserie Cambier
- Brasserie de Waterloo
- Brasserie de l’Abbaye des Rocs Chaussée Brunehault 14, Audregnies, Belgium
- La Maison des Brasseurs
- Brugs Beertje www.brugsbeertje.be
- Delirium Café www.deliriumcafe.be
- Goede Vrijdag www.goedevrijdag.com
- Gans Kloosterstraat 40, Huise. Tel: 09 384 90 25
- De Heeren Van Liedekercke www.heerenvanliedekercke.be
- Hemelrijk Hemelrijk 11, Hasselt. Tel: 011 22 28 51
- Hotel Centrum www.centrumhotel.be
- Den Hulst Hulst 4, Blauwberg. Tel: 014 54 49 35
- Kroegske www.kroegske.be
- Bierhuis Kulminator Vleminckveld 32, Antwerp. Tel: 03 232 45 38
- La Gourmandise Rue de Behogne 24, Rochefort. Tel: 084 22 21 81
- L’ Ange Gardien Rue D’Orval 3, Villers-devant-Orval. Tel: 065 69 00 79
- Les Fourquets Rue de la Frontiere 438, Blaugies. Tel: 065 69 00 79
- Moeder Lambic www.moederlambic.eu
- Oud Arsenaal Maria Pijpelincxstraat 4, Antwerp.
- De Pikardijn Cotthem 6, St Lievens Houtem. Tel: 09 360 51 28
- Rusteel www.rusteel.be
- Spytighen Duvel
- Relais St Remy http://users.skynet.be/rsr/fr/taverne.htm
- Le Vaudree cafes www.vaudreeconcept.be
- Het Waterhuis aan de Bierkant www.waterhuisaandebierkant.be
- Welkom www.cafewelkom.be