Guided Tour

Why Take a Guided Tour in Belgium?

Belgium is a beer lover’s paradise, with over 1,500 breweries producing over 3,000 different types of beer.

But with so many breweries to choose from, it can be tough to know where to start. And, of course, you don’t want to drink and drive.

That’s where a guided beer tour comes in. 

A good tour guide will take you to the best breweries, introduce you to the local beers, and teach you about the history and culture of Belgian beer. 

Our company has one of the best Belgian Beer Guide in the World, Mr. Douglas Merlo.

Plus, you’ll have a designated driver so you can enjoy yourself without worrying about getting behind the wheel.

Here are some of the benefits of taking a guided beer tour in Belgium:

  • Visit the best breweries: Douglas Merlo has inside connections and relationships with breweries, so you’ll get to visit some of the best places that aren’t open to the public.
  • Learn about Belgian beer: Douglas Merlos is an expert on Belgian beer and can teach you about the different types of beer, the brewing process, and the history and culture of Belgian beer.
  • Enjoy yourself without worrying about driving: With a designated driver, you can relax and enjoy yourself without having to worry about getting behind the wheel.

If you’re a beer lover planning a trip to Belgium, I highly recommend taking a guided beer tour. It’s a great way to experience the best that Belgian beer has to offer without having to worry about the logistics.

Here are some additional tips for choosing a guided beer tour in Belgium:

  • Look for a tour that is led by an expert beer guide.
  • Read reviews of different tour operators before you book. This will help you to choose a tour that is reputable and offers a good value for the money.
  • Make sure that the tour itinerary includes breweries that you are interested in visiting. Some tours focus on large commercial breweries, while others focus on smaller craft breweries. Choose a tour that is tailored to your interests.

I hope this helps!