``No other country has native beers as diverse, individualistic, even idiosyncratic. Some are so unlike conventional beers as to shock the wary consumer.``
Michael Jackson, Great Beers of Belgium
The beers of Brasserie de la Senne are produced by two passionate brewers from Brussels: Yvan De Baets and Bernard Leboucq.
They work in a small brewery honouring the traditional ways of brewing beer; unfiltered, unpasteurized, free of any additives, using only the finest raw materials of the highest quality. Their dedication to uncompromised quality is definitely one of the outstanding characteristics of the brewery.
The beers, with their complex flavour and well-distinguished personalities, are true beers of character, made in Brussels.
It is with intimate knowledge and a huge respect for the land that we cultivate our own barley used for brewing all our beers, which is unique in Belgium.
Ingredients are 100% regional, provided directly from the producer. They are entirely natural and completely free from additives. Bottle and cask conditioning gives the beers a 100% natural carbonation.
Thanks to our know-how of the brewing and our total process control in the manufacturing, we are proud to offer you 100% natural beers, directly from the field to the glass…
A small craft brewery with 70.000 liter yearly production.
The production is done over open fire where the fermentation and maturation of the beer is surveied to give a beer with the soul of the past and the appearance of today.
We produce beers we like… And are always very pleased the customers do like them too.
Fort Lapin Brewery is an authentic, craft brewery just north of the city centre of Bruges. The name is taken from the place where it is actually located. Originally, Fort Lapin was a fortress built in 1664 to protect Bruges’ commercial hub.
At our brewery, quality comes first. It is our intention to offer the customers the beers of only the highest quality, produced in our own brewery according to home-made recipes.
This can only be done, of course, by using the best raw materials, keeping everything small-scale and combining this with years of experience and lashings of enthusiasm.
We pride ourselves on the fact that we personally select the hops at the hops farms, which is why we have only used Belgian hops to date.
We are one of the very few actual farmhouse breweries. We have our own barley (don’t malt it ourselves), wheat, spelt and magnum hops.
Rather then making boring Belgian style beers all the time we use those ingredients to make basically whatever we feel like.
So we do a lot of barrel aging, a lot of mixed fermentation sours and fruitbeers.
Brasserie de Cazeau is a family craft brewery created in Templeuve, in Greater Tournai, in 1753.
Since then, eight generations of enthusiastic brewers have succeeded one another at its head. Currently, the brewery offers five beers with great character that are neither filtered nor pasteurized, all of which are refermented in the bottle.
We’re a new Belgian microbrewery located on the grounds of a four-generation-old family restaurant in the West Flemish village of Damme.
Our brewing has been described as ‘old world meets new world’ and we produce our own interpretations of classic styles with a penchant for dryness, bitterness and drinkability.
Solvay Society is a Belgian-born, London-based brewery. Bridging the UK and the Continent, we create modern beers abstracted from classic Belgian styles.
The brewery takes its direction from our founder’s scientific background and upbringing in Brussels, focusing on invention and the art of taste. Our aspiration is to serve bon vivants, boozers and gastronauts, with truly inauthentic beers.
Our brewery is located in a wild forest region: the Belgian Ardennes, which has as symbol a wild boar. We chose it as the Brewery Logo. A wild boar is placid strong, obstinate, ingenious …as the brewer is!
We brew essentially high fermentation, unfiltered and no pasteurized beers. We use an old and regional yeast, for some beer our own cultivated yeast. Fermentation is done in open tanks and gives the beer its complexity.