Belgium is home to many traditional breweries, but in recent years, a new generation of craft breweries has been emerging such as Brussels Beer Project (BBP). This innovative craft brewery has 3 locations in Brussels city (Dansart, Bailli and Port-Sud) with guided tours, taproom and restaurants.
About Brussels Beer Project
Brussels Beer Project was founded in 2013 by two beer enthusiasts who wanted to create a brewery that was innovative, sustainable, and community-focused. Since then, BBP has become one of Brussels’ most popular craft breweries, known for its experimental beers and creative collaborations.
Some of BBP’s most popular beers include the Delta IPA, a fruity and hoppy beer that is perfect for summer, and the Babylone, a dark and spicy beer that is perfect for winter. BBP also collaborates with other breweries and local producers to create unique beers that reflect the diversity of Brussels’ beer culture.
BBP Dansaert, established in 2015, now houses the Dansaert Lambic Brewery, the BBP shop, and a vibrant bar. In the lively Taproom, you can enjoy a blend of All-Star, Pop-up, and Dansaert lambic beers, offering a selection of 24 beers on tap. If you’re eager to explore more lambic options, don’t hesitate to inquire about our Dansaert 75cl bottle selection! Additionally, you can book a flash tour to gain access to the funky barrel cellar where Dansaert beers are aged, and delve deeper into the Lambic brewing process and Gueuze blending techniques.
BBP Bailli brings together a variety of refreshing beers and delicious homemade pizzas in one of Brussels’ liveliest neighborhoods. Located between Flagey and Châtelain, this eclectic BBP bar offers over 25 different beer options.
During the summer, it’s the best place to be in Brussels, with a fantastic beer garden. They serve the beers brewed right here in this beautiful building. If you’re not a beer fan, don’t worry; they also offer natural wine, cocktails, and non-alcoholic choices. BBP Port Sud is open during the summer, from around mid-May to mid-September.
Take the metro line 2 or 6 to the Bourse station and walk for about 5 minutes to the brewery.
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Hours and Fees
Tuesday to Thursday from 5pm to 11pm
Friday from 5pm to 11:30pm
Saturday from 2pm to 11:30pm
Tuesday to Saturday from 2pm to 8pm
Sunday from 1pm to 6pm
The brewery is open to the public every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.