No country in the world boasts a brewing tradition as rich and diverse as Belgium’s, and this tour is the perfect way to taste some of the finest brews and to learn about the country’s beer heritage.
Sample favorites like Gueuze, IV Saisons, Malheur Blonde and the delicious Trappist beers that come with a creamy white head and go down particularly well on hot summer days.
The experience also includes a visit to the Royal Puppet Theater Toone and a guided walking tour past the Brussels’ fishmarket, Saint Géry, Art Deco houses, and Jeanneken Pis.
Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people on this small group tasting tour, ensuring you’ll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.
11am : Tuesdays
2pm: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Grand Place 21, 1000 Brussels - in front of Godiva Chocolate Store.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. .
Godiva Chocolate Store
Take this Brussels Beer Tasting Tour to discover why Belgium is so famous for its mouth-watering beers!
To join the excursion make your way to the Godiva chocolate store, Grand Place 22, 1000 Brussels, where you will meet your guide.
Belgium offers an astonishing range of quality beers. In fact the country produces more distinct types of beer per head than anywhere else in the world. On this tour you can 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 cafés where you can taste a selection of 8 beers. Sample favorites like Gueuze, IV Saisons, Malheur Blonde 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. The tour also includes a visit to the Royal Puppet Theater Toone and a guided walking tour past the Jeanneken Pis Statue, Ilot Sacré, Art Deco buildings, the Brussels’ fishmarket and the island of Saint Géry; the oldest part of Brussels.
The tour ends at Godiva chocolate store, Grand’Place 22, 1000 Brussels.
The voucher remains valid for one year. If you miss one tour, you can still join the next tour.
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