21 taps available, some of which are brewed on site. Some beers are served from bottles. There are also guest taps including alcohol free, wines, cocktails and some snacks. You’ll find an open view of brewing operations as you enter and more than 10 seats at the bar as well as many tables.
With 15 taps, half are brewed on site with remainder pouring guest taps. Bottles, and guest bottles are available to go, or to consume on site (for slightly more). There is a 12 seat long bar and several tables. Liquor is also available as well as chips and nuts for snacks.
A craft beer shop and bar with 24 taps, 8 refrigerated shelves, lots of wine and a coffee bar.
32 taps of beer, both their own craft brews and lots of guest taps featuring other local breweries as well. Inside there are 10 tables of various sizes and a standing bar. Extensive outdoor seating available including some gas fire tables.
A very good, mostly local, selection of bottles and cans to go as well as a 12 tap craft beer bar.
While the door simply says Beer Pop Up, it is listed online as The Beer House, there is no online presence. However, it is a nice little shop with a smaller, curated collection of Belgium beers.