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St. Cambrinus is known as the "king of ale" in the low countries, Germany as well as the Scandinavian countries and with another massive beer list of 400 or so beers, this is the place to get lost in the menu. Additionally, the Cambrinus has decent pub grub at the right price, and you may need to eat a little something because the beers can be quite strong. It is best to at least have a couple of hapjes or starters on hand to accompany the beer.
Considered by locals and tourists as an obligatory stop while in the city, Staminee de Garre is a hidden little bar right off the Markt. The bar is known for its extremely strong De Garre Trippel, a beer in which you can only have three before you are no longer allowed to purchase another. And with this potency, you will not want another. They do not serve food, but the beer is the real reason why people come.
Explore a variety of local brews at 2be in Brugge/The Beerwall in Bruges. As you enter, you cannot miss the beer wall interestingly stacked with numerous beer bottles and glasses. A hotspot for locals as well as tourists, you will find this place packed on all occasions. In the understated yet cozy ambiance, guests can be seen reveling in a cheerful banter over a glass of beer. Sit in their terrace enjoying a chilled mug of beer and admire the overlooking beautiful canal.
The epitome of a pub in Flanders, 't Brugs Beertje is a working class drinker's bar. Located near the Markt and in the path of every tourist in town, the pub still has a gritty feel that does not have anything to prove. The selection of Belgian beers is immense, sometimes overwhelming, but overall it's a good place to have a pint at a reasonable price.
Herberg Vlissinghe is estimated to be more than 450 years old. The place exudes nuances of history and culture of Bruges. The pub is away from the hustle of the city and hence locals lovingly describe the place where they feel tranquillity. The place has a wonderful, earthy charm to it. It is a great place to enjoy local food and some of the best locally brewed beers. Omer happens to be their famous beer. The place also sells souvenirs such as beer glasses and postcards. It is closed on Mondays and Tuesday. The place does not accept credit cards.It is a must visit when in the city.
Feast on spicy Belgian dishes at In't Nieuw Museum in Bruges. They specialize in serving the finest barbecue with premium alcohol. A few items on the menu included are Dagsoep, Spare Ribs, Steak Rundskogel, Picanha and Filet Mignon. Indulge in desserts like Artisanale Chocolademousse and Huisgemaakte Tiramisu. Complement your meals with their wide range of beer types such as Zoet Zuur, Zoet Moutig, Moutig Kruiden, Moutig Bitter, Bitter, XX Bitter, Koffie Zoet, Koffie Bitter, Zuur Koffie, Zuur Kriek, Zuur Ander Fruit and Zuur with other spirits like whiskey, bourbon and tequila.