This year, the season of guided tours for individual members of the public offers 500 guided tours on fixed dates from March to the end of December, on a variety of interesting themes such as Art Nouveau and Art deco, of course, but also including diversity, ecological walks, history and the pleasures of life,… . Groups can request tailor-made guided tours for any day of the year and chose from a large number of languages.
Do you know the difference between a white beer and a pilsner? The particularities of a lambic beer? How many breweries the Belgian capital still has? What hops are exactly used for in the brewing process? All these questions, and many more, will be answered during this bike tour, dedicated to the remarkable brewing heritage of Brussels.
Belgian beer culture, featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage list since 2016, is amazingly vast, and well-present in Brussels. Starting from the Maison des Brasseurs on the Grand Place, we will discover both old and new breweries, as well as many of the infamous bars which dot the city centre. Afterward we head to the canal district, with its old industrial breweries, to reach the Brussels Gueuze Museum and the Cantillon brewery.