Curious about what goes on in our brewery? Brewmaster Chris and his wife Jeanine gladly open the doors of their Brouwershuys.
Because of COVID-19, we have decided to temporarily cancel the brewery visits. We want to offer every visitor the unique experience to walk through our brewery and that is not possible with the current measures.Book now
During a unique guided tour of the brewery, you will discover how we continue to brew without compromising on flavour.More information & reservation
What is included in the tour?
A visit to the brewery takes about 1h 30min and includes:
- a warm welcome by brewmaster Chris and his wife Jeanine
- an introductory movie and guided tour of the brewery and impressive bottling plant
- two beer tastings
After the guided tour, beer lovers can blend their own Petrus beer (€5 pp extra). Gourmets can enjoy a delicious meal at the Brouwershuys (€20 pp extra).Book now
Minimum number of participants
Visits are possible for groups of 5 to 30 people.
Open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The tour starts at 10.30 am and 2.30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and at 10.30 am and 6 pm on Wednesdays. What if the group is too small? Individual visitors or groups of less than 20 people can join another group on Wednesdays at 6 pm upon reservation.
The price of a visit to the brewery is €15 per person (incl. two beer tastings). (*)
The following activities can also be booked for groups:
Contact and reservation
Book your visit by means of the reservation module. Please contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to book a meal at Brouwershuys.
Do you have any other questions? Then use our contact form or take a look at the frequently asked questions. Maybe these will include the answer to your question.
Frequently asked questions
In what languages is the tour spoken?
Chris provides the guided tour in Dutch, French or English.
How long does the tour take?
The tour takes about 1h 30min. The Petrus Sour Blending session takes about 45 minutes.
What does the tour include?
You can only visit De Brabandere Brewery on a guided tour with brewmaster Chris. Together with his wife Jeanine, he will welcome you to the brewery, where an introductory video will explain its history and values. Then Chris will take you on an exploratory tour of the brewery where you will discover the brewing and fermentation hall, the bottling plant and the large vats or 'foeders'. The visit is concluded with two tastings of our delicious beers. Want to take a unique souvenir home? Then browse through our shop before you get back into your car.
Is the brewery open to visitors throughout the day?
Our brewery cannot be visited freely. Visits for groups of at least 20 people are only possible with brewmaster Chris on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. On Wednesday evening, individual visitors and smaller groups can join the tour.
Is the brewery accessible to people with reduced mobility?
The brewery is not accessible to people with reduced mobility as visitors need to climb a lot of stairs.
What does a blending session consist of?
The Petrus Sour blending session is an additional activity for groups (to be booked in advance). During this session, brewmaster Chris will explain the complex brewing process, and afterwards you can experiment yourself. The session will enable you to become a master brewer and blend your personal Petrus Sour beer.
What parking facilities are available?
There is a car park next to Brouwerhuys with space for passenger vehicles and buses.
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