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Musee Bruxellois de la Gueuze, Brussels

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3.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
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  • Visit made in the school setting. It's a beautiful brasserie in the heart of the city, the visit might have been nice if we were not stumbled upon a guide which tended to criticize some of my classmates and myself and the second after praising the same person that she had just to criticize. The visit was so unpleasant, and my friends and I even expected only one thing, the tasting! When the time was right, which was not our disappointment to discover almost undrinkable beer, only half of the glasses were emptied to give you an idea.
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  • The visit is very fast but allows understanding necessary for the GUEUZE routing. Its taste is very special: strong and bitter even amateur of beer it's different beer
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  • After having tasted this excellent beer, it is absolutely necessary to go or even how it is produced. A nice super home then a visit and to celebrate all that a tasting
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  • Wonderful place to learn something new about an ancient brewing method! The guides are well prepared and give you a dépliant letting you free of walking around the brewery, plus with the ticket you can taste two different types of lambic or gueze, but be careful, these probably aren't the beers most people are used to..they will be very bitter!
  • A bit of a hike from the central square, but if you enjoy lambics and breweries, this can't be missed. The staff isn't the friendliest but are helpful and the self guided tour is all I hoped it would be. It finishes at the tasting room where you get two samples. I bought a sweatshirt and it smelled of the brewery for weeks. Bummed me out when it stopped smelling of wooden barrels, cellar and lambic. Loved it and would go again.
  • Worth a (quick) visit, if you're into beer, even if lambic/gueuze is not your cup of tea.
  • If you love Belgian beers, you can't miss it. Discovering the tradition of gueuze it's a must for every beer fan, and Cantillon it's the best place to learn its story
  • I really enjoyed it...and also learnt a lot. It was an inspiration to know that there are people who still keep these live and natural fermentation processes going....amazingly good for your health I'm sure The beautifully engineered copper vats, coils and huge platforms, the gorgeous old wooden barrels, the old building with the remnants of the past to remind us how people worked and what a fabulous product they crafted is truly wonderful. The bottling section was also interesting and visually exciting. There was an old cart just waiting for a horse... I came away with a booklet, a t shirt and several special lambic beers...and I don't even normally like beer!! Oh and AT THE END of the tour you have a beer tasting! Definitely go there (preferably not just before closing is to be enjoyed and you come away knowing a great deal about beer and the brewing process.
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