Moeder Lambic, L’Amère à Boire, Malt Attacks… While every biergekken has their own place of worship, those in Saint-Gilles have three, including Dynamo – in our opinion, the most welcoming of them all. Take your pick from one of the 18 beer taps lined up on the brushed metal bar, pulled by Grégoire Rifaut and Sylvain Eekhout to the sound of John Frusciante. Served that evening as a Union match was playing on the TV, chosen from among the 17 Belgian or foreign indie options up for grabs: Berliner Landbier, a honeyed German pilsner from Fuerst Wiacek (€3 for 250 ml) and an elderberry Tilquin Meert, a fruity and deliciously tangy lambic (€5.50). One for the road, after a go on the old Nintendo? The refrigerated wall is a mine of hoppy gems, available in house or to take away. // Rosa Poulsard
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