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Brussels Beer Project Tours

Brussels Beer Project
Founded in 2013 to showcase Belgium’s contemporary beer scene, today the Brussels Beer Project (BBP) has taprooms in both Brussels and Paris. In the Brussels location, you'll find 17 taps with a number of BBP classic brews, along with a few new beers and a handful of offerings from outside breweries.

The Basics

Both a taproom and a working brewery, the BBP has big picture windows that allow you to see the inner workings of the brew house, as well as a shop selling glasses, signature merchandise, and actual beer. For a more enriching experience, consider taking a short "flash tour" (these usually last around 20 minutes) or sitting down for an organized tasting, both of which can be booked ahead of time. If you're planning to visit a number of attractions, you can save money with a Brussels Card, which includes admission to numerous sites, including the BBP, and access to public transportation for 24, 48, or 72 hours.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • The BBP is a must-visit for beer lovers.
  • The on-site gift shop is a great place to pick up souvenirs or gifts for beer enthusiasts.
  • Visitors of all ages are welcome.
 
How to Get There
The BBP is located in the heart of Brussels, a 5-minute walk from both the Sainte Catherine and Comte de Flandre metro stations and 10 minutes on foot from the Grande Place. Brussels Card holders travel free on public transit.

When to Get There

The BBP is open three days a week—on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday—from midafternoon until night, with fewer crowds right around opening time and a busier vibe in the evenings. Tours are held once per day on Thursdays and Fridays and twice on Saturdays. Group tastings, which take place three times a day, should be booked in advance.

What's on Tap?

The BBP offers a variety of beers, from classic inventions such as the Delta IPA to limited-edition sours and stouts. The brews certainly get creative, and although tap selections vary, you may come across concoctions such as Sal Vation (a rye Earl Grey dark ale) or Miami B**ch, described as a "milkshake kiwi kettle sour."
Address: Rue Antoine Dansaert 188, Brussels 1000, Belgium
Admission: Varies
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Lonely Planet Experiences: Beers, Breweries & Brussels Tour with a Local

Lonely Planet Experiences: Beers, Breweries & Brussels Tour with a Local

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Kick off your tour with a visit to an innovative and bold brewery that brings fresh air into the Belgian craft brewing scene. Because who doesn’t love beers with funky names? Hear all about this young and hip brewery concept that collaborates with the public to make its new creations, while enjoying your first beer tasting right next to the vessels. And how about a visit to a trendy pub where only locals go? It’s hard not to admire the spectacular industrial decoration of this hidden gem as you taste your next Belgian beer. A Belgian beer tasting wouldn’t be complete without the all-time classic Kwak in its traditional glassware! The best place to try this is at the oldest cafe in Brussels that’s a favorite among local beer drinkers. Every Lonely Planet Experience also comes with six months' free access to Lonely Planet's Guides app, which includes over 8,000 destination guides, and unbeatable discounts in the Lonely Planet store.
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Discover Brussels beer world with a chocolate pairing by a young local

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Savor classic Belgian beers and snacks on this tasting tour in Brussels. With a beer-expert guide, visit some of Brussels’ best-known and hidden-gem bars to sample some unique and traditional Belgian brews, from fruit and malted varieties to sour, brown, and blond beers. Learn how the beers are brewed as you sip and swap notes, and enjoy local snacks for the true Belgian beer experience. This small-group tour is limited to 15 people maximum.
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Belgium Beer Tour

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You can now get to know the exciting world of Belgian beer with Nice Day Tours Meet: the culture and history of this beverage and its production method. Discover the different types of beer in the best locations: Belgium, a small country in size with 1,132 beer brands. Every day more and more people are interested in discovering and enjoying the variety of beers offered by this country. Be sure to discover the reasons for this fame, the Lambic beers exclusive from Brussels and beers made by Trappist monks.
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Discover our Brussels craft breweries with a local, passionate, young guide

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- Meet the brewer - Listen to stories from our young, local guide that launched one of the Belgian 1st craft beers - Learn more details about the brewing process, from mashing to double- fermenting - Taste limited editions from black porters to strong IPA’s or even barley wines - Found out how hops & malts taste - Discover projects of Brussels' future brewery / breweries - Explore the secret varieties of every local craft brewery - Receive tailor-made recommendations on where to go and what to drink after
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