Delirium Café is a bar in Brussels, Belgium, known for its long beer list, standing at 2,004 different brands in January 2004 as recorded in the The Guinness Book of Records. On offer are beers from over 60 countries, including many Belgian beers.Our Brussels online journey builder makes visiting Delirium and other Brussels attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
The bar is located in the small alley called Impasse de la Fidélité/Getrouwheidsgang, only a couple of hundred metres from the Grand Place. The Jeanneke Pis statue is across the street from the entrance.
The bar's name comes from the beer Delirium Tremens, whose pink elephant symbol also decorates the café's entrance.
Delirium Café has been expanding internationally, opening franchises in Rio de Janeiro (2010), in Japan (2011), São Paulo and Warsaw (2014) and Lisbon (2017).
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Great place for beers, right in the heart of Brussels. I think the word "alive" describes best the place, as it full of people and loud rock music playing in the background. The whole place is pretty.... more
Great place for beers, right in the heart of Brussels. I think the word "alive" describes best the place, as it full of people and loud rock music playing in the background. The whole place is pretty.... more »
Probably a great place most of the time, but I guess you have to pick your moments. Their beer selection drew us initially. But it was a sunny Saturday, and we didn't want to spend the afternoon...
Probably a great place most of the time, but I guess you have to pick your moments. Their beer selection drew us initially. But it was a sunny Saturday, and we didn't want to spend the afternoon... more »
A very, very good brasserie in the heart of Brussels. It's a narrow street but not hard to find. Really, the street of brasseries alone simply inspires you. I like it better during the day, because in the evening the crowds of young people start to arrive, hehe, considering I'm an old man myself. If it's your first time, of course it's best to take a meter of beer and decide after that. Good music, great waiters and staff in general. I recommend or I will say must see.
We ordered a couple sample paddles. It was excellent for those who need help deciding a beer. We enjoyed the variety and the fact that they didn’t use any sours. Enjoyed the different atmospheres they provide in different portions of the building. Plan to return with friends and family.
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