Location: Brussels, Belgium
Rating: 5 star based on 2 reviews
Take this Brussels beer-tasting tour to discover why Belgium is so famous for its mouth-watering beers! No country in the world boasts a brewing tradition as rich and diverse as Belgium’s, and this tour is the perfect way to visit some of the finest breweries, learn about the country’s beer heritage and taste great beers. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 20 people on this small group Brussels Beer tasting tour, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.
* Free drinks included
* Pick-up from a centrally located meeting point
* Led by a professional local guide
* Sample 8 different beers
* Selection of snacks
* Small group tour (maximum 20 people)
* Conducted in English
Brussels offers an astonishing range of quality beers – sample a traditional beer or be adventurous and taste some of the fun fruity beers. Brussels in particular offers many varieties of artisan brews, each with a different but delicious and unique flavour.
This beer tasting experience visits some of Brussels’ oldest and most popular cafes where you can taste a selection of 8 beers. Sample favourites like Lambic, Chimay Triple, Faro, Orval, Adelardus Brune, Malheur Blonde, Bourgogne de Flanders, IV Seasons and the delicious Trappist beers that come with a creamy white head and go down particularly well on hot summer days.
Your knowledgeable guide will help you unravel some of Belgium’s beer mysteries. They will explain the different varieties of beer, their tastes and unique attributes, and you will also learn the do’s and don’ts of Belgian beers.
Departure Point: Central Brussels
Departure Time: 2:00pm
Return Details: Concludes at the Grand Place
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Lest you think this was all simply a pub crawl, it wasn’t. There certainly was an educational component to it as Mark took his beer very seriously. However after the whole day was completed, little of the details of it sank it for me! However I did learn and remember the most important distinction about Belgian Beer; the two popular styles – Trappist and Lambic. Three and a half hours after I started the beer tour I said goodbye to my fellow tipsy tourists and our guide Mark. I was a more knowledgeable on Belgian beer and definitely more carefree and happier than when I had started the tour. An afternoon of laughter and beer, what could be better than that?
Reviewed by: Vera D