Delirium Cafe in Brussels
Delirium Cafe

Belgium is synonymous with beer. You can’t go far in the country without running into one of its famous brews. From fruity Lambic beers to famous Trappist ales, there are so many different kinds of Belgian beer to try that you could spend months in the country without sampling them all.

But if you want to wash down as many brews as you can while you are visiting Belgium, below are the best bars in Brussels for Belgian beer.

Delirium Cafe
Address: Impasse de la Fidelite 4, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Web: http://www.deliriumcafe.be
Delirium Cafe is one of the most famous bars in Brussels. Located just off the bustling restaurant alley of Rue des Bouchers, the bar serves more types of beers than any other in the world.

With a menu the size of a book, you can choose to sample every kind of beer made in Belgium and many from the rest of the world. There are over 2,500 different kinds of beer on the menu, so you shouldn’t have trouble finding one you like!

Delirium Cafe can be very busy and rowdy at times, so if you are looking for a more relaxed experience, try visiting one of the others.

A La Morte Subite
Address: Rue Montagne aux Herbes Potageres 7, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Web: http://www.alamortsubite.com
A classic Belgian establishment with beautiful Art Nouveau decor, A La Morte Subite is another of the best bars in Brussels for Belgian beer. If you are a fan of Gueuze and Lambic beers, this is the perfect place to imbibe.

The interiors of A La Morte Subite date back to the 1920’s, when the bar was first opened by Theophile Vossen. Today his great-grandsons still run the bar, and make sure to keep the beautiful historic atmosphere as well maintained as the high-quality beer offerings.

Moeder Lambic
Address: 8 place Fontainas, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Web: http://www.moederlambic.com
Located right in the heart of the city, Moeder Lambic is one of the most popular beer bars in Brussels. It offers a great variety of Belgian beers in a lively atmosphere. The bar also serves cheese and meat plates for those that want to line their stomachs while drinking (a good idea considering how strong many Belgian beers are!).

There is another location of Moeder Lambic in the Saint-Gilles area of Brussels (68 rue de Savoie). It has more of a relaxed, local feel and is great for those that want to drink in quieter surroundings.

Poechenellekelder
Address: Rue du Chene 5, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Web: http://www.poechenellekelder.be
Don’t let the long name put you off from visiting Poechenellekelder. It is one of the top bars in Brussels, and is conveniently located right near the Grand Place and the famous Mannekin Pis statue.

The underground cellar bar has a surreal feel to its decor, and the menu offers everything from traditional Blonde beers to cherry-flavored artisan brews.

A La Becasse
Address: Rue du Chene 5, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Web: http://www.alabecasse.com
One of the oldest and most historic of all Brussels bars, A La Becasse is a great place to enjoy a beer in a traditional 19th century atmosphere. It is one of the best bars in Brussels for Belgian beer, particularly its famous Jeune Lambic Blanche, which is served in stone jugs by waiters dressed like monks.