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This is off the beaten path, but well worth the effort to get there, as their Belgian Trappist beers (3 different varieties) are top-notch offerings. If anyone doesn't like their beers, they don't understand Trappist Beer, as these are indeed the standard to which all...More
I strongly suggest staying in Poperinge the night before and ride there on an e-bike (@Hotel Palace, 30 euro/all day; can reserve online). Lovely town and fantastic ride through the hops fields. The bike does 90% of the work. We arrived when they opened, and...More
My husband and I visited In de Vrede, the lovely cafe across from the renowned Saint Sixtus Abbey, on our first trip to Belgium. We bought two six packs of the excellent beer, Westvleteren 12, along with a beer glass. Then we ate lunch at...More
Well, this was one of my best experiences with beer ever! The path to reach the place is very beautiful, and the restaurant is very confortable, were you can teaste one of the best beers in the word! 100% recomend!
Today I went with my girlfriend to Westvletteren for a nice walk at the abbey of Sint Sixtus and because we were in Westvletteren we went to drink a Westvletteren. I choice for a sweet tasty Westvletteren 12. it was a lovely visit to westvletteren.
We traveled to Belgium for the weekend to celebrate my husband’s birthday. Of course we had to come to this gift shop /restaurant to purchase the “ best beer in the world”-Westie 12. It was a cute place and the croquet monsieur was good. Check...More
This cafe opposite the St.-Sixtus abbey is the place to drink a Westvleteren. Westvleteren has been elected as the best beer in the world, and it is hard to obtain. I found that the #12 has a very soft taste - they managed to get...More
In de Vrede is the only cafe/bar which serves the famous Westvleteren abbey beer, once named best beer in the world (brown Westvleteren 12) and is sold for 5,10 euro. Which is far from cheap if you compare it to other beer prices in Belgian...More