Belgians have been avid brewers since the Middle Ages. Today there are more than 100 brewers in this country that still produce a variety of beers. From regular lager and raspberry beer to self-fermenting lambic, there is something for everyone. The centre of Brussels is home to beer museums, a brewery and plenty of beer cafés so you don't have to leave town for a good time.
Brussels has no shortage of 'estaminets', or traditional beer cafés. Here you can sample a 'Brussels half en half' or a 'caves' from Lier. These are just a few of the regional beers that can be hard to find elsewhere. No matter what you fancy, with a collection of around 1,500 different Belgian beers, Delirium Café (Getrouwheidsgang 4) certainly has something in store for you. Café 'Moeder Lambic' (Rue de Savoie 68) also features a large selection of beer. With so much choice one night of beer drinking seems hardly enough.