Brussels is sometimes resented for issuing directives to the rest of the European Union, but one decree from the Belgian capital earlier this year proved more palatable than most: 2005 would be the Year of Beer in Brussels and Wallonia, the French-speaking region of Belgium, to celebrate the country's 175th anniversary. So if you want to salute the tipple before year's end, Delirium Café, on Impasse de la Fidélité, just off the main restaurant drag of Rue Grétry, is a great place to start. Serving over 900 of the nation's finest brews, revered for their strength and diversity, and with...
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