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Délices & Caprices, Brussels

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Offering private tutored beer tastings in a cozy setting, Délices & Caprices stocks hundreds of Belgian brews. This shop situated in the heart of Brussels aims to introduce customers to a range of specialty beers, as well as teach them to appreciate and distinguish various local brews. Established by Pierre Zuber, one of the country's top beer specialists, the shop includes a small tasting room suitable for groups of up to 20 people. Stop by to try a few special varieties, or pick up a gift pack for a beer-lover back home. Put Délices & Caprices and other Brussels attractions into our Brussels vacation trip planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Shop by an enthusiast. Wide choice of beers, some of which are little known to the general public including the Duchess of Burgundy very typical and special, but so delicious! I recommend without hesitation to open and pass the door of this establishment.
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  • Small address discovered through a guide very well done on Brussels (Brussels surprises), address worth a look. The boss of places is passionate about beer and knows you listen to to offer you a drink suitable for your application. We are followed by with information about the various forms of glass, their impact on the aroma and foam, and much other data yet!
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  • This most delightful little beer tasting room and bottle shop is made by the wonderful Pierre. A perfect host it was just like sitting in someone's (beery) living room. Superb selection of Belgian bee...  read more »
  • great place to discover beers. visit with an idea, or just ask for help. and, if you have time, sit and discover some of the specialities. from the bottles to the glasses. an hidden place in Brussels, but like a jewel, you'll love it
  • Fabulous place to taste and sample an unparalleled beer selection. The staff is extremely knowledgable and can recommend great beers based on your preferences.
  • My wife and I recently spent two weeks in Brussels and we visited Pierre at Délices & Caprices several times to both drink in and take away a few bottles of beer. Pierre is extremely knowledgeable about every beer he carries and every bottle he opened for us included a brief history of the brewery and specifics about the individual beer. This is not a tourist trap, but a hidden gem worthy of the most discriminating beer fanatic or anyone seeking to learn about and enjoy incredible beers. I can’t wait to return to Brussels so I can visit Pierre and Délices & Caprices again.
  • To experience the best of Belgian beer and hospitality, walk a few short blocks from the Grand Place, through St Hubert's, and visit Pierre in his beer shop. He is extremely knowledgeable (he offers 2-hr classes by arrangement), fluent and friendly in several languages. The beer selection is wide and seems hand-picked from amongst the best and most original beer flavors. My bottles were wrapped with care to survive the plane ride home (I wasn't so lucky elsewhere). Worth the trip, if only for a photo of his beautifully arranged front window.
  • If you want a place where you can savor and learn the story behind what is in your glass, then this is the place. Pierre and Anne singlehandedly changed my approach to beer. I have a brand new appreciation for how unique each of their offerings are. Any place that is closed Tuesday and Wednesday so he can travel the country sourcing new product from monks and local beer societies is worth a few hours of your time. The local meats and cheeses that he pairs with different beers are a nice touch as well. Pierre even opened up at 8am for a group of us who had a 6 hour layover traveling from Kenya to the States to do a tasting session with us. Who else has beers that paired with the fresh croissants...
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