Being one of the key pillars around which Unwind revolves, food & drinks play a significant role. To wash down all that tasty food, we offer a broad range of drinks.
Microbreweries Brussels Beer Project, Tipsy and Cabardouche will offer you exquisite craft beers. Antwerp's natural wine experts Roeland Fort and Daan Guelinckx (Lasso / wine bar Osaka) put 'the wine in Unwind'. Ritchie puts some bubbles in your day with their old-time lemonades and Cuperus takes care of all coffee & tea lovers out there.
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BRUSSELS BEER PROJECT
Not your average Belgian brewery! Brussels Beer Project stands for collaboration, innovation and circular economy, making it an urban beer that stands out from the large traditional breweries.
Making beer out of unsold bread and brewing one new beer every week, they are pushing boundaries since the beginning, supported by an active community.
Leave the abbey, join the playground!
Once upon a time every Antwerp neighborhood had one or more breweries, now there are only two official city breweries. Cabardouche wants to inject a fresh and new spirit into this thriving brewing past.
They founded their microbrewery on a very special location in Borgerhout: under the railroads. Named after Napoleon's cabarets legacy, where Cabaret douze refers to the number 12 which was reserved for brothels; Cabardouche provides goodies behind glass.
Stemming from the late 1800's, going back to a collaboration between a bakers son and a brewer at Maes where both men distributed bread and beer from house to house. Soon after they wanted to brew their own beer and so it came to pass. The brothers started brewing their own beer and founded a brewery: 'Brasserie Hermans Frères'. After many years and thanks to the grandchildren Tipsy comes back to life.