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Belgium Beer Brewery Tours

Beer is most likely the one thing Belgium is world-famous for. Well, apart from the little statue of a peeing boy in Brussels (Manneken Pis).

There's no place like Belgium for a true beer lover. Dozens of great breweries in a little country roughly the area of Maryland. Just 3 hours are enough to drive all the way across it, thanks to the highly developed road network. For a beer-tasting trip that's the perfect combination.

1132 varieties of beer reportedly exist in Belgium. There's no reason not to believe that number, considering the wide range of Belgian beer styles. It starts with Trappist beers, brewed exclusively by monks in six monasteries. Several abbeys produce well-known brands as well, such as Leffe or Affligem. Some of the Belgian beers are distributed all around the world, Stella Artois and Hoegaarden to mention a few.

You'll find 23 Belgian breweries offering tours to its visitors in this list. From the tiny Westvleteren Abbey Trappist brewery, whose beer has been awarded world's best several times. To a giant Stella Artois brewery in Leuven.

The links below will take you straight to a page displaying more information about that brewery. Find out how to book a tour, locate the brewery on a map, plan your trip and enjoy the beer!

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By , Feb 2012

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  • Stella Artois Brewery

    World famous lager produced at InBev's brewery in Leuven, offering several tours and a fan shop. It is impossible to go to Belgium and not try Stella!

  • Brasserie St-Feuillien

    Brewery with its own spring located underneath. Triple, Cuvée de Noël or Brune Réserve are some of their jewels.

  • Brouwerij van Hoegaarden

    Take a tour through the Hoegaarden Visitors Center and discover the secret behind its typical beer spiced e.g. with coriander or orange peel.

  • Chimay Brewery

    One of the six belgian beers brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery under the control of monks. Sweet and fruity aroma is characteristic for these.

  • In Der Vrede

    The only place where you can taste the delicious Westvleteren Trappist beers, brewed in the abbey nearby. Book in advance.

  • Brouwerij Duvel Moortgat

    Famous for its pale ale Duvel (The Devil), tour of this brewery certainly shouldn't be missed. Sells many other beers, too.

  • Brouwerij Bosteels

    Family-operated special brewery, established in 1791. Kwak, Tripel Karmeliet and Deus are their „babies“. They are eager to share their passion with you!

  • Huisbrouwerij De Halve Maan

    The only family brewery left in Bruges with a long tradition. Offers guided tours. There is also a restaurant serving the beers.

  • Brasserie De L'abbaye Du Val-Dieu

    Abbey built in 1216 by Cistercian monks makes the only non-trappist beer in Belgium. Discover the unique premises and their Blond, Brown or Triple!

  • Brasserie Piedboeuf

    Jupiler is the most famous beer in Belgium since it is the main sponsor of Belgian soccer Pro League. Produced by Piedboeuf Brewery. Tours upon request.

  • Brasserie d'Achouffe

    A newer brewery that already gained a name for itself. There is a glass wall behind the bar where you can watch the beer being made.

  • Musée des Brasseurs Belges

    The rich tradition of Belgian beer is not only kept alive in pubs, but also in this museum. Located in an 18th-century artisanal brewery.

  • Brasserie Dupont

    Young brewery, established in 1950, already boasts with top quality beers. Take the tour and taste their best-seller Moinette Blonde or honey beer!

  • Brasserie d'Orval

    Abbaye Notre-Dame d'Orval hides the secrets of their beers of unusual leather and spice flavor. Bottled in distinctive skittle shaped glasses.

  • Brasserie Dubuisson

    Check out the brewery that produces one of the strongest Belgian beers, the 12% Bush Ambrée. Several tours available.

  • Brasserie Fantôme

    Home of the Saison ale, often flavoured with various spices or juices. Guided tours are available.

  • Musée Bruxellois de la Gueuze

    This traditional brewery was established in 1900. Take a tour of the museum, observe the process of brewing and try the samples, too.

  • Palm Breweries

    A corporate brewery proud of its vast array of delicate beers, but above all on their master collection brewed by three different methods. Tours available.

  • Brouwerij De Koninck

    Wonder why De Koninck beers are so special? Learn more on a guided tour. Plus they teach you how to pour the perfect bolleke (the glass in which it is served).

  • Brasserie du Bocq

    Sixth generation of the Belot family still preserves the tradition set up in 1858. Taste the Gauloise, Blanche de Namur or Saint Benoît on a guided tour!

  • Brouwerij Liefmans

    For not really a high price you can explore the Liefman's brewery typical for wrapping their bottles. Discover the secrets of their mature beers!

  • Brasserie des Fagnes

    See how brewery technique has changed over the 150 years. Friendly staff guide you through the whole tour and offer to taste their beer.

  • Brasserie de Bouillon

    Three seasonal beers and four normal are in their stock. Visit the brewery and learn more!

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