Just saw this was on the database. Place orginally started out as a smoker/food truck doing local festivals.
What can I say ? Likely the best - only one in town as far as I know - doing US style BBQ with style - this is the real deal, not the cheap BBQ stuff you find in supermarkets with marinate. Also do not forget the tacos, the huge smoked bown of nachos, brisket, pulled pork sandwhich, bone marrow with a shot of Bourbon ... they are all there.
Beerwise, limited selection with some local Brussels beers - Ermitage, Duvel beers, some US beers.
I love the place - go for it for the BBQ stuff - add a beer on top and this is an amazing result. They also sport an amazing collection of Bourbon bottles from the US - also the biggest in town - to my knowledge.
A warehouse setting with lots of parking and a large patio. Lots of games and things to do with a bit of art on the wall. Flights not on weekends and plastic cups. An interesting array of different beers but no singles to sell to go. A decent spot with good beer, just make sure you go on a weekday if you want to tick.
A large open warehouse with lots of parking and a large patio. Plastic cups and no flights. Beer for the masses, nothing really unusual and pretty expensive to boot. to go is only multipacks so not good for tickers.
Again, unsure why this is even on the site - or why I did not delete it when verifying Brussels places :-)
Mostly Duvel brands - sports some of the BBP beers - located right across the street, so really no need to even visit this place.
More hipster style, some typical Belgian food. Usually packed, so so atmosphere if you enjoy being at the footsteps of Molenbeek - the rest of street beside BBP has zero interest and becomes shaddy at nights.
This is such a strange place! Split between being a shop, cafe (with one table) and bar. There’s also a tiny area out front with a gnarly old tree and three bar stools. The thing is, the beer selection is really quite good. There’s more variety of Bulgarian breweries available than at Papa Beer, along with some international imports (not so interesting on that front, mostly UK and German). I just wish there was a proper street terrace to make some more space. It’s totally worth visiting for the selection and you can always just take stuff home, but being on vacation I like to just sit here. Service is friendly and pretty good English speaking so no worries on that front.