Lambicus bar opens up again with the usual timetable, from 5pm to 11pm.
We will have 40% of the tables available and consumption at the bar will not be allowed.
You can reserve your table at firstname.lastname@example.org or in Lambicus Shop.
Please try to use the tables to its full occupancy and leave your seat for customers ones you're finished.
We've missed you and hope to see you again soon.
We remain available for home delivery through www.belgasonlline.com
Opening hours Shop
20-21/12 from noon to 2pm and 5 to 9pm
22/12 from noon to 2pm and 5 to 8pm
23-24/12 5 to 8pm
27-28/12 5 to 8pm
29/12 1pm - 2pm and 5pm to 8pm
30-31/12 from noon to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm
From 2 to 4/1 from noon to 2pm and 5pm to 9pm
5/1 from noon to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm
Opening hours Bar
24/12 5pm to 8pm
25-26/12 from 7 to 11pm
From 27 to 30/12 from 5 to 11pm
31/12 from 5 to 9pm 1/1 closed
From 2 to 5/1 from 5 to 11pm
6/1 from 7 to 11pm
Nanobrasserie: brewery which produces a maximum of 3 barrels each brew
Try their beers at our event: 2/3/2019 Meet the Brewer L'Hermitage
The Nanobrasserie or Nanobrewery de l’Hermitage, a project by three friends: Nacim Menu, François Simon and Henri Ben Saria, made their first production in July 2017.
Before this and after some home brewing they learned to brew at la Brasserie Bastogne, now called Brasserie Minne.
Monday 24/12: noon to 2pm and 5 to 8pm
Tuesday 25/12: closed
Wednesday 26/12: closed
From 27 to 29/12: noon to 2pm and 5 to 9pm
Sunday 30/12: closed
Monday 31/12: noon to 2pm and 5 to 8pm
Tuesday 1/1: closed
From 2 to 5/1: noon to 2pm and 5 to 9pm
Sunday 6/1: closed
Monday 24/12: 5 to 8pm
Tuesday 25/12: 7 to 11pm
Wednesday 26/12: 7 to 11pm
From 27 to 30/12: 5 to 11pm
Monday 31/12: 5 to 9pm
Tuesday 1/1: closed
From 2 to 5/1: 5 to 11pm
Sunday 6/1: 7 to 11pm
Arnulfo de Soissons, a famous clergyman who became Bishop of Soissons – not without regret, as he fled from the Monastery in order not to have to occupy this position – was fond of two fluids that changed the course of humanity: first, he introduced the production of boiling water in order to prevent the transmission of contagious diseases. About the second, we shall speak later.
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