Brussels=beer, so it’s an obvious choice to write about brewers and a taproom. To be honest, it took me a while to find out about the existence of an actual Brussels Beer Project taproom. I kept seeing their awesome beers in bars and grocery stores and ordering my fair share of Grosse Bertha, one of their best-sellers. I eventually realized that they had an actual venue located in St-Catherine (of course, as that’s where anything trendy in Brussels is).
What’s cool about the Brussels Beer Project is that their beers resemble the abbey/intense traditional Belgium beers, but with a modern twist and are somewhat lighter – still no less delicious though, even as they’re doing away with the old tradition of monks in abbeys, since their beers are brewed right in the centre on the Belgian capital.
The taproom is a cool venue where you can enjoy small or big glasses of what’s being produced at the moment – their usual classics and some seasonal beers. If you don’t drink beers, you can still enjoy your visit, as they have non-commercial non-alcoholic beverages available. Go and enjoy what Brussels does best – beer!
PS – On 20 and 21 October 2017, the BBP will host its second annual Craft Beer Festival (apparently now called WANDERLUST), where 15 micro-breweries from 9 countries will serve their best selection. Get your tickets ahead on the Brussels Beer Project’s website, and… cheers!