Learn about Belgian beer culture while sipping from a surprising beer selection. Enjoy a tasting under the sun while sailing the canal’s of Ghent’s residential district. Interaction is guaranteed thanks to a challenging beer game.
This is a great tour for team building too!
Personalised tours (let us know your beer preferences) with your private guide. Recommended for groups from 7 persons.
By car : Very easy to access and lot’s of parking space
By public transport: A 20 minute walk from the train station Gent Sint Pieters. Or take a 5 minute drive bus trip. Ask more details when booking
Liselot will welcome you on board with a traditional Belgian beer ready to spoil you. Make yourself comfortable as you’ll only need to enjoy and listen to your guide so she can share with you all her beer stories. Savour different styles of Belgian brews while exploring the countryside landscapes. You can pass your playlist to the deejay and we’ll provide good tunes.
Mind starts getting clearer after 1h away from the busy city center so it’s time for a bit of interaction. Medieval stories, brewing itineraries and tastings descriptions are part of Liselot’s presentation but then it’s your turn. Choose your team and participate in a challenging beer game which will include questions like “What are Triples?”, “What’s the difference between Trappist and an Abbey beer?”, “Which beer is the last creation of brewery X?”, etc
Of course, Liselot is taking care of the tasters at the same time. After a sour, a bitter and a sweet taster, she’ll surprise you with Ghent’s most exclusive exemplar. Chilling, tasting, or a combination of both will all be fine by your guide. As long as you are having a good time! After learning lots about the Belgian beer culture over the 5 chapters of our challenging beer game, it’s time to wrap up. Of course, we won’t say goodbye before we know which team got the award of the true zythologist. The winning team deserves an extra beer treat. Any other question that’s not answered? Share your doubts with us so the host will only leave you once you’re fully satisfied.
FYI: People are not allowed to take their own snack
We had such an amazing experience with Liselot! She has such an excellent knowledge about beer, and she explains things with a lot of passion and enthusiasm.
The tour was... read more overall very fun and interactive, we have learned not only about the brewing process, but also little anecdotes about beer and stories about the old Brussels.
Beer tasting was amazing and cherry on the cake, we have even mixed the beer with the typical belgian pralines which made the tasting even more interesting.
I would highly recommend this tour to any beer lover, or simply to everyone that is just curious about it. I personally did this tour with a friend of mine, he is really passionate about beer and knew way more than me and I was just really curious. We have both enjoyed it a lot and now he can´t stop talking about what he has learned with his german friends.
With a couple of friends, we took the beer tour combined with the chocolate tasting and where truly impressed by the authenticity this tour offers. Its a great and very... read more fun way to get to know the city and more about the beer culture and chocolate in Belgium. Our guide was passionate and very well prepared with a good sense of humor as well. Would highly recommend for families, friends and even business trips or team buildings. Will definitely book one of the other tours when back in town.
I subscribed as one of the first people for this brewery tour. I always wanted to visit some breweries when being in Belgium. For some reason, I couldn't easily find... read more another tour that could offer a visit to different breweries in one afternoon.
First, we were introduced to the brewing process in an authentic bar where Liselot took time to explain us the whole process. I would have not appreciated a sour beer without her explication because the taste is like vinegar, haha. Apparently Lambic beer (so that sour beer) is a big thing in Belgium, and via her stories and background we all get engaged in that Lambic culture! Only thanks to her, I understand now why Lambic beer is actually not a lager, nor an ale. How interesting! After she took us to a brewery that is not accessible for individual visitors, and that made this visit even more precious!
Can't believe how much effort she is doing to give her clients the best experience!
A big thumbs up, and i'm sure you too will love the experience!
Congrats to Liselot !
In a fun and entertaining way, there’s nothing I love more than talking about the city, our culture and history of Belgian beers, so much so that it’s my full-time life’s work! Join me and together let’s discover your favourite Belgian beer!