Barn­abeer

Na­mur, Bel­gium A new beer-cen­tric café that cel­e­brates not only tra­di­tional Bel­gian beer styles and brew­eries, but reg­u­larly show­cases the of­fer­ings of newer brew­eries

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What it is: From the out­side, there’s no mis­tak­ing what’s on of­fer in­side Barn­abeer. Large win­dows fac­ing the side­walk are stacked with beer bot­tles of var­i­ous sizes and styles. In­side is a sprawl­ing bar that leads to a large court­yard. Com­fort­able chairs and solid ta­bles in­vite long drink­ing ses­sions with friends. Edi­son bulbs and wood give a clas­sic-yet-mod­ern feel to the bar that is helped along by great ser­vice.

Why it’s great: Vis­i­tors to Bel­gium can be over­whelmed by beer choice and ex­pe­ri­ence FOMO (fear of miss­ing out) when it comes to try­ing as much as pos­si­ble. Pours of var­i­ous sizes from a di­verse lineup of the coun­try’s brew­ers make sure you can try a lit­tle bit of ev­ery­thing from a lot of places. With Barn­abeer’s ro­tat­ing list, it’s hard to stop in for just one. —John Holl

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