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Nico’s Belgian Beer House

 Corralejo, Fuerteventura

The one and only place in Fuerteventura where you can enjoy the taste of a real belgian beer.

Selection of 41 different belgian beers.

The best place in Corralejo for the widest selection of Belgian beers 

from the sweetest cherry beer to the strongest monk beer, cocktails and much more with a friendly fun family atmosphere.

The top entertainment bar in Corralejo.

Now with the DJ on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

 The ideal mix for a splendid night out!

“Arrive as a stranger, leave as a friend.”



Every Tuesday and Friday at the end of Karaoke Night one lucky customer will get his bill paid by Nico!!!

So come and join and YOU might be the lucky one!!!


 Pedro Y Vandeale 6, 35660 Corralejo,

 Las Palmas, Spain

3:00 pm – late at night

+34 677 810 071

 22437 Ref. no

 December 2


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6 Reviews

  1. Jorge
    January 19, 2016 @ 5:23 pm

    Great place with a super friendly atmosphere! We definitely will visit on our next holidays!
    Thanks Nico!



    • Nico
      January 27, 2016 @ 4:54 pm

      Thank you Jorge for your nice review.
      Hope to welcome you again some day in the future.
      Take care.
      Regards Nico



  2. Katie
    January 24, 2016 @ 5:14 pm

    Dos Cervezas Por Favor!!!
    A must visit:)



    • Nico
      January 27, 2016 @ 5:08 pm

      Hello Katie,
      Thank you for being at Nico’s and yes the song DOS CERVEZAS POR FAVOR will be always a part of the party’s ;)
      Regards Nico



  3. maureen oneill
    January 27, 2016 @ 6:15 pm




  4. Richard
    April 13, 2016 @ 7:47 pm

    Sat poolside, drinking – Lager, Lager, Lager, Lager! I recalled a post in a forum about where to find decent beer when you’re on holiday which advised looking on Ratebeer or Untappd. Sounds a good idea so I Googled it instead and found two possible locations.

    We had a walk into Corralejo town to find The Fuerteventura Beer Shop, which appears to now be commercial office premises. Undeterred, we wandered around to the only other hit Nico’s Belgian Beer House . Unfortunately at 2.00pm on a Sunday, it was firmly closed, so we reverted to plan B – watch some football and drink more Lager, Lager, Lager, Lager!

    If you are ever in Corralejo, then I thoroughly recommend Nico’s Belgian Beer House as the only alternative in the Town, possibly the island, to Lager, Lager, Lager, Lager! If you do visit then be sure to wait until the moon rises as it doesn’t open until late afternoon, at least 3.00pm, maybe later, depending on what time Nico finished the night before.

    It’s not a big place, but it’s got a good atmosphere, outside tables on the roadside and a sort of moody, dark reddish gloom inside. Seriously it’s pretty cool, there is some nice wall art and a bit of a surfing thing happening, it’s just not the place where you go to read the newspaper. Anyway, I didn’t go for the first rate ambience, I went for a decent beer that wasn’t Lager, Lager, Lager, Lager!

    Guess what? They’ve got shed loads, forty four Belgian bottled beers on the menu and some additional, ever-changing specials as well, plus another eight International beers including Wife Beater on draught and John Smith’s Smooth in cans. Oh, and in case you’re interested, the toilets pass the test with flying colours.

    As soon as you walk in you are cordially greeted by owner Nico Pintens whose story is as interesting as the bar and beer itself. Originally a professional ‘Precision Driver’ and ‘Test Driver’ for BMW, Mercedes and others, including Top Gear. No he’s not the Stig. he bought the bar about twenty months ago after a tragic life changing experience lead him to seek a more chilled out lifestyle. A Belgian by birth from the Antwerp sort of area you’d think that the easy going Nico would be an expert on Belgian ales. Well, he is, he just doesn’t drink them, in fact he doesn’t drink alcohol. A throw back from his previous profession and outstanding professionalism whilst behind the bar.. He does know about the beers though and the comprehensive menu has tasting notes in four languages.

    The first beer I tried was a Delirium Tremens (8.5%), rude not to really, especially at €5 a bottle, somewhere around four quid at my reckoning. Nico was a bit upset at that because he’d only got one Delirium Tremens glass and someone was using it already. Apparently it’s difficult maintaining stocks of the correct shaped and branded glasses and he’s constantly battling supply against breakage/theft. He told me the Kwak glasses run out at €28 each! Despite this he insists that every drink is served in the correct glass and he will look down his nose at chavvers who are low enough to drink the Belgian nectar direct from the bottle.

    Mrs C tried a Liefmann’s Fruitesse ‘On the rocks’. I’ve never seen this before and Nico reckons it’s the only beer that’s sold as, to be drunk on the rocks. I’m no Belgian beer expert but I’ll bow to his knowledge. What I can say is this fruity, red berries with a hit of sour/sharpness is a very pleasant drink at about 10.00pm when it’s still around 20 degrees outside. My second was a Grimbergen Tripel (9%), again very nice and very strong but so much better than Lager, Lager, Lager, Lager! Prices? €3 a bottle for the (3.8%) Liefmann’s and €5 for the stronger, above 5% beers.

    Although it’s a walk out of the town centre, it really is worth it for the all round experience. Nico prides himself on his beers and the chilled out atmosphere. If it’s busy you might have to wait to be served as he is the sole member of staff. But, like he says, if you don’t want to wait there are another 161 bars in Corallejo, which all serve Lager, Lager, Lager, Lager!

    Overall verdict: Beer highlight of Corrallejo, Fuerteventura.



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