hey all, the wife and i may be going to brussels at the beginning of january, arriving on the 2nd and departing on the 4th (we'd be coming from the uk via the usa so that's why the duration is short). while it's not technically a beer-centric trip, i've got lambic on the brain and i basically want to spend my trip doing these things: 1) drinking a shitload of beer i can't get over in the states 2) eating mussels 3) visiting cantillon 4) eating chocolate (not so much for me as for the wife - she likes lambic but not anywhere near as much as me) i've got a couple random questions that i couldn't figure out from reading wikitravel among a couple other sites: 1) i know cantillon does take away, but how are their take away prices? do they regularly have stuff that you can't get in stores? 2) can you do take-away from bars? like if i walked into moeder lambic and splurged on a bottle of zwanze 2010, could i take it home with me rather than drink it there? 3) speaking of which, how much would a special-type 750ml of cantillon run me at moeder lambic? 4) i won't have a chance to make it out of brussels on this trip - given that, is there any way to get my hands on even a single bottle of westvleteren 12 (preferably for takeaway), overpriced or not? 5) do i have a chance at tasting fou foune on my trip (even paying bar prices)? money is not really an object for this trip so i'd like to try some special stuff, but i do have my limits. thanks in advance. edit: also, when i went to paris i had a little bit of a culture shock when i found out that a lot of things were closed on sunday and monday - guess which was two out of the three days i was there? sigh. are there any similar concerns i should be aware of being in brussels on wednesday-friday? sorry if i sound like an american ignoramus, which i definitely am. just want to make the most of my time is all.