Lively museum, the Brasserie Cantillon is a family business, installed in Anderlecht since the beginning of last century. To safeguard a fermentation mode unique in the world, the Musée Bruxellois de la Gueuze has opened in 1978. Its main role is to promote this kind of exceptional beer, which only a small group of brewers manage to produce today. The Brasserie Cantillon is the last representative of the brewery craftsmanship in Brussels.
Guided visites only after reservation.
You need to ask for assistance of the staff to open the door.
- No steps but the groundfloor at the entrance is instable which can give some problems on a rainy day.
- There is no international symbol to indicate that the main entrance is accessible for PRM’s.
- are accessible: the brewery hall (1), the barrel store (5) with the help of the family on this spot because you need to climb a wooden stairs of 7 steps, the cleaning of barrels (6), the bottling (7), the cellars (8). The exhibition room where are organised the exhibitions & themes is also accessible after having climbed the wooden stairs thanks to the spontaneous help of the family.
- At the end of the visit, you can taste a Gueuze-beer in the Café.
there is no structure for deaf and hearing impaired persons, a guided tour is possible, just ask.