Belgian Beer Variety
The night before I left for Europe, I went out with my friend Miles to have a beer. We went to a little dive bar on the Upper West Side in NYC, sat at the bar, and each had a pint of Stella Artois. The bill was $7 each plus a $1 tip – $8 for the Stella Artois experience in a dingy bar in NYC.
Little did I know that when I got off the plane in Brussels that I had entered beer heaven. The price of a Stella here was only 3 Euro and no tip necessary. The choices were overwhelming, and the prices were low. Open up the amber gates to beer heaven; I was ready to explore the world of Belgium beer!
Luckily I had a little help with my exploration in the form of Viator. They kindly included me in a beer tour of Brussels; guided tasting of 8 beers at a couple of different bars while learning the history of beer making n Belgium. Like my chocolate tour, we were to take a leisurely walk around the city and enjoy the various beers intermixed with history. It actually just seemed like a nice way to say pub crawl if you ask me!
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