A self-service beer bar for the business passengers of this line
Brussel Airlines passengers travelling business class will soon be able to enjoy a self-service beer bar.
The new Brussel Airlines on-board tasting experience will enable business passengers to enjoy sipping a beer on their own. No more waiting for the stewardess to sip your beer for lunch, or mid-afternoon snack. Starting in April, A330 crafts reserved for long-haul flights will have this service on board.
This project aims to include eight famous national beers, highlighting the quality and know-how of Belgium’s brewers. Furthermore, the experience will be complemented by the comforts offered by the Business cabin, such as a new design, new seat fabrics and new food. A long-term project that develops over time, will achieve the ambitious ultimate goal of creating a boutique hotel in the air.
The Belgian beers that will be available at the bar are still unknown, but through Travel and Leisure and VinePair, three varieties of beer were revealed, including Leffe, Hoegaarden’s Forbidden Fruit and 888 Tripel Eight. In addition, the Economy cabin will also be able to taste the new beer menu, but will not include the self-service.
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