The Articles


December 23, 2018

  Lambic, like music, requires years of dedication and a consuming passion. Breandán Kearney explores how Brouwerij Den Herberg set out to produce the latest Payottenland Lambic. In a Spring evening in 2000, Bart Devillé sat amongst a three hundred strong congregation as two young boys walked past an orchestra and sat down at separate […]

3 Fonteinen and Girardin set to quit lambic producers association HORAL

November 14, 2018

  The next General Assembly of Horal, the organisation of lambic brewers, is expecting to see the formal withdrawal from the organisation of two of its 15 members, Girardin and 3 Fonteinen. Rumours, which have been circulating for some time, were confirmed to Belgian Beer & Food by Frank Boon, the current organisation chairman. By […]

Nanobrasserie L’Ermitage – Brussels’ urban art brewers

October 2, 2018

By Eoghan Walsh   Is there a better seal of approval for a newly opened Brussels brewery than for your taproom to become the post-work haunt for Jean Van Roy and Brasserie Cantillon? For Nanobrasserie L’Ermitage it helps that they are just around the corner, but it’s also a reflection of the reputation the brewery […]


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