Nanobrasserie: brewery which produces a maximum of 3 barrels each brew
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.
In the early 80s the Belgian brewing scene was characterized by a certain monotony in terms of variety and a certain monopoly by the breweries that had managed to overcome the crisis after the Second World War.
In the last edition of what have now become our traditional beer tasting sessions, despite de reluctance of the supersticious sector, we began with 13 Pilsners, beer that is recently created, particularly hoppy, unfiltered and which is now even packaged in cans, in line with the new trends coming from the USA..
"The wind cries Mary" was the third single of Jimi Hendrix's career - considered by many the finest guitarist that ever lived.
The Orval is a unique and distinctive beer - considered by many the finest in the world.