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if you are in Ypres then its highly likely to have something to do with WW1. there are numerous moving places to visit that explain the horror and heroism of those times. however for some light relief I recommend the Kazematten brewery tour, which seems...More
Date of experience: October 2018
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PieterV2123, Public Relations Manager at Brouwerij Kazematten, responded to this reviewResponded 5 November 2018
Original location for a bewery.
Guided tour starts with a beer before seeing the short introduction movie. Afterwards you go to the brewery and they explain all the ingredients.
At the end you get 2 more beers.
Date of experience: June 2018
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Pieter V, Public Relations Manager at Brouwerij Kazematten, responded to this reviewResponded 8 August 2018
We visited for the tour and it was good. There isn't a huge amount to see but you get a 10 mins video and then a walk through the small brewery with an explanation on how they produce the different beers.
The cost is 10...More
Had a lovely couple hours here last Saturday. Recommended by the owner of the. B + B where we were staying. Had the brewery tour and a history of the buildings occupied which was very informative and very passionately explained. Sampled 3 of their beers...More
This fairly new brewery is housed in ancient vaulted tunnels, pretty much the only thing in town not destroyed by the artillery in WW1. Indeed, the famous Tommies newspaper the Wipers Town was printed here. A printing press and one of the names of the...More
This brewery is open on Saturday afternoon for visits, it is located in ancient tunnels under Ieper's ramparts.
The tour starts with a beer and a video presentation of the history of the location, it was here the Wipers Times was printed during the first...More
We have now paid two visits to this establishment but have not eaten there. On our most recent visit we were asked if we were members of the probably large party they were expecting. Food could therefore not be done. Well, that didn't matter! We...More
We arrived late for our tour of the brewery but the owner was quite flexible and still allowed us to join a last tour. He passionately spoke about how everything worked and how he started up the business. The beer tasting at the end was...More