- Café Olivier Belgium Bar
- More Beers
- Brouwerij De Molen (The Windmill Brewery)
- Brouwerij de Eeuwige Jeugd (Forever Young Brewery)
- La Trappist
- Brasserie d’Achouffe
- Café Olivier Belgium Bar @ Utrecht
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Café Olivier Belgium Bar
Before we look at this cool Belgium bar, let’s look at some more beers you could find in Holland:
Brouwerij De Molen (The Windmill Brewery)
Got this from a popular Dutch hotel/restaurant chain Van der Valk. “Hop & Liefde” means “hop and love”. A nice refreshing English IPA. Will try go to the brewery next time.
Wieckse Witte, a common white beer. Refreshing but ok.
Brouwerij de Eeuwige Jeugd (Forever Young Brewery)
Gladjanus is a white IPA. Wheat sweet with decent bitterness. The brewery was a new comer, establish only in 2016.
A Dutch Trappist brewery at southern Holland, the blond was a nice, not too strong Belgium type ale.
The famous gnome Belgium ale. This La Chouffe has a unique taste that for me is like latex of a balloon.
Another Belgium traditional blond. Classic taste with hidden strong 8% alcohol content.
Café Olivier Belgium Bar @ Utrecht
To get to the Belgium bar we went to Utrecht, a major city 30 minutes away from Amsterdam.
Mother horse and her pony statue.
What’s cool about the bar was that it was originally a church hidden inside the residential area. To avoid prosecution at that time, the church’s exterior looked just like the other residential buildings nearby.
The Café Olivier.
The old church interior.
The wall was projected with special offered beers.
Lots of wall decorations are related to cycling.
Can you spot the gnome?
One unique thing to try here was the Kwak beer with round-bottom glasses.
Bosteels Brewery’s “Kwak”. You drink it with a special round-bottom shaped glass.
A nice bacon-wrapped cod dish.
Seef, a refreshing, slightly sour beer. The brewery is also a fairly new one, established in 2011.
And guess who’s the star of Café Olivier? It was Guus, the bar’s in-house cat. My friend told me that here many old-building bars have cats to scare away rats.