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What is BeerTourism.com?

BeerTourism.com showcases Belgium to an international audience. We use ‘Travel, Food and Beer’ to promote all three of the Belgian regions; highlighting our country’s heritage, traditions, artisanal products, cuisine and of course, rich beer culture.

We give our visitors a wide-ranging and accessible picture of each region, Flanders, Brussels and Wallonia and highlight their attractions to international tourists, students and prospective investors.


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We describe each region individually but under the single Beer Tourism brand - “Beer is Belgium and Belgium is Beer”. BeerTourism.com is a unique one-stop site providing expert information and travel and gastronomic recommendations.

We profile the Belgian regions as a business and leisure destinations; highlighting typical dishes, regional products, beers and the country’s fascinating history.

We bring these complementary strands together to create a strong destination identity. Together Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels make a far stronger international impact than they can individually: “Belgium, Beer and Taste Capital of the World”.


Ghent travel guide © BeerTourism.com


Who Are We?

Our team has decades of professional experience in tourism, food and beer, the hotel, restaurant and café (HORECA) sector, events, sales, online marketing, brand management, public relations and communications.


Who Do We Sell To?

Beertourism.com is a digital platform and medium for the sectors that we introduce and promote through the site. To this end, we are working with regional, provincial and local tourist and promotional bodies as well as with private sector partners. 

In a commercial sense, BeerTourism.com will be focusing on the beer and food industries as well as on the hospitality and tourist sector, as these four industries are inseparably tied up with the Belgian regions with their Burgundian character.

These pillars of the economy are already being marketed on a local level, but have yet not been promoted sufficiently in the international market. BeerTourism.com will be filling this gap.


BIGSTOCK Belgium © BeerTourism.com


What Do We Sell?

In addition to the highly-targeted communications and marketing solutions offered to advertisers by Beertourism.com, we also offer a number of other professional services. BeerTourism.com and a number of satellite sites will play a major part in communicating and supporting these services. 


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