This place... Held by an elderly couple who really know their beers, this small, cramped, stuffy bar feels authentic and really takes you on a trip to memory lane, to the days where you'd visit your grandparents in their charming little house to have dinner and a couple of drinks. The beer selection is outstanding, with many brews not even being produced anymore (beware, this means some aren't all that fresh and they haven't all retained their original flavour). Overall, I love it. A must-visit if you're only around for a little while but still want to experience true, unique 'old-world' belgian atmosphere.
This place is like a religious experience for any beer lover. I can't think of anywhere else in the world where you can have a vertical tasting of a beer from four decades. You have to treat it as the pilgrimage it is, though - Dirk is a man who knows what he likes in his customers as noise, disrespect, rowdiness and loudness aren't it. You're in Dirk and Leen's house here, treat it like it. Ask where they would like you to sit, do some research into the beers and be prepared to be amazed by the beer list.
One of the most fascinating places I've ever been to. Pub run by elderly couple with basically unlimited beer offer. Even though (maybe just because) the place is full of old furniture and decorations, the atmosphere and coziness is remarkable. Open only in the afternoon and gets crowded soon due to very limited amount of seats. Unfortunately, it is going to be closed permanently since 2020, I think.
Incredible experience. Beer menu has an overwhelming 79 pages. The host lady was very nice, her husband was a bit grumpy but he’s about 200 years old so no worries. Overall I highly recommend the place.
Small shrine to beer basically, with a wide selection of superb different and rare beers but you also have a great selection on tap for very good prices. There's a doorbell too, which may be good to know before you go. Couldn't recommend highly enough.