Oud Beersel | Beer Traditions Reborn


Oud Beersel traces its roots to 1882 when the Vandervelden family first started brewing Lambic beers. After operations ceased from 2002-2005, Gert Christiaens worked to revive and continue the traditions of Oud Beersel. This is the short story of the rise, fall, and rebirth of Brouwerij Oud Beersel.


Bourgogne des Flandres | Brewer’s Playground


Located along the canals of Bruges, Belgium, Bourgogne des Flandres continues to push forward through their Brewer’s Playground. Here, head brewer, Thomas Vandelanotte, innovates and experiments with different ingredients, techniques, and barrels to create new beers that are released every two months at the brewery.


Brussels Beer City | Tastings, Talks, and Team Building


Brussels Beer City is an online blog about Brussels and its beer culture. Founder, Eoghan Walsh, also entertains, educates, and guides you through Belgium’s vibrant beer scene through tastings, talks, and team building events. They are a blast, and a great way to spend an evening with friends or get to know your colleagues better.


Vlaams Brabant Tourism | Pajottenland


Belgium’s Pajottenland, a region just outside of Brussels’ western edge, is home to beautiful nature, the famous Senne River, and a specific type of spontaneously fermented beer known as Lambic. Well worth exploring if you find yourself traveling through Vlaams-Brabant.


Brouwerij Van Steenberge | Gulden Draak


Sixth-generation brewer, Jef Versele, talks about how Gulden Draak became the beer, and the legend, that it is today for Brouwerij Van Steenberge. This was shot for Brussels-based social media agency, Beer & Food Media.


Brasserie St-Feuillien | How do you pronounce…


Based in Le Roeulx, Belgium, Brasserie St-Feuillien has been perfecting its beers since 1873. What has remained imperfect over the years, however, is how fans from around the world pronounce their name. How do you pronounce, St-Feuillien?