Hello friends. My wife and I have four days to pack in some beer tourism in June before driving to Paris to visit friends. Two days in the north around Brugge and two in the south. We have been to Brussels only so we are skipping there most likely. I created this handy map of the places available to us: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=212133732643101812853.0004d4fc5e778fe44d356&msa=0 I know that you can't really "tour" Trappist breweries but that most have cafes and bars in the region to drink fresh on tap. I will do my best to get a pickup of westy 12 but I might have to settle on a few bottles from a shop in the north (Neal Cuvelier perhaps or Beertiempel). We already have a hotel two nights in Brugge. We are definitely visiting Westy/In de vrede, Rodenbach, Dupont, Verhaeghe Vichte (Duchesse) and Caracole near Dinant. We are stuck on where else to go and where to stay in the south. We can stay near and visit Chimay or go east and visit Rochefort. Neither give tours I guess. We could go further south to Orval but same problem. Perhaps only a local cafe would be accessible and perhaps not worth the drive? We had already ruled out Trappe, Westmalle and Achel due to distance and limited access. We would love some advice on the map, routing and places we hope to visit. You can tell by the list I gave which styles we like. Won't be hitting Cantillon, Hoegaarden, Leffe, etc. Looking for the best Flemish reds, goldens. Doubles and Trips, BPAs and abbey style. Cheers!