The Breweries of the game
The breweries you visit in the game are real breweries. Here is the list of those who granted us permission to appear in our game.
Nanobrasserie de L’Ermitage
Autonomous, independent, and filled with interiority, the Hermit is moving although it is slow. We are destined to evolve, but the gestation must be slow and deep. May the lantern guide us in our creativity, in our quest for quality and in sharing our passion for brewing.
Cantillon ? That’s the time machine. You’ll leave the modern civilization, goodbye to the noise, goodbye to the world. “But where are we ?”, you will ask yourself. Well, you are in a family brewery where Lambic, Gueuze, Faro and Kriek are made and where nothing has changed since 1900 when it was founded. The Van Roy-Cantillon family welcomes you and invites you to discover a fabulous world. Beers, tools and brewing process are still the same as in the beginning.
Brasserie des Légendes
Brasserie des Légendes combines tradition and technologies to produce high fermentation beers that are rich in flavours, while respecting the strictest quality and hygiene standards. She is one of the breweries of the author, not only because it is of origin of Ath but also by the taste of the Goyasse…
The Brewery Jessenhofke, Belgian organic beer, is born from the love of pure flavours and respect for all that mother earth gives us. Their gratitude to the producers who produce their ingredients with exceptional passion is what drives them to continue their mission. They share this passion with you in their beers, tastings and workshops.
Brasserie Artisanale de Namur
CONVIVIALITY, ORIGINALTY AND PASSION. Conviviality and friendship are part and parcel of who we are. It all began with a group of friends sharing a drink. And we are keen to preserve and celebrate this state of mind which got things rolling.
Brussels Beer Project
The story of Brussels Beer Project is some years -not centuries- old. The project was born in 2013 by the action of two beer enthusiasts, Olivier & Sébastien. This time, no abbeys, they preferred Brussels : cosmopolitan, contemporary, vibrant. Their mission ? Wake Belgian beer up, dust it and get it out of middle-ages.
Brasserie de la Lienne
Founded in spring 2013 by Nicolas and Mélissa Résimont, Brasserie de la Lienne is a small-scale microbrewery established in the heart of the beautiful region of the Belgian Ardennes, between the provinces of Liège and Luxembourg. It has found its place in an old farmhouse where fermentation tanks have replaced the feeders, and where the hayloft has turned into a tasting room.
Brasserie de Jandrain-Jandrenouille
Know How - Taste - Quality - Tradition The Féculerie farm in Jandrain-Jandrenouille has been transformed into a brewery since the summer of 2007. That year, the first product of the brewery was born, the IV Saison, corresponding to the wishes of its designers. Savant dosage of traditional Belgian know-how and declination of hops US bitter and aromatic.
WE ARE SIPHON BREWING. Where Old World meets New World. We’re a small Belgian brewery on the grounds of a four-generation-old family restaurant in Damme.We brew classic Belgian styles with a twist, as well as international styles not common in Belgium.
Emanuele Corazzini created NovaBirra in 2008. Passionate about craft beers, he went to meet the daring and innovative brewers of our regions. It was with them that the idea was born to propose brewing classes to share their knowledge of beer. Over the years, he has been able to discover our brewing heritage to many enthusiasts. Since 2011, he brews his own beers: Big Mama Stout, Big Nose Triple, Holy IPA and Seed of the New Grace.
The brewery ‘t Verzet is synonymous with balanced beers with a twist. Since 2016, ‘t Verzet’s brewers have put their creativity to the fore in their own vats from the brewery’ t Verzet in Anzegem, West Flanders. In the past five years, they rented brewing friends’ facilities to brew their original beers.
Brasserie La Binchoise
Since 1836, beer has been produced at Faubourg Saint Paul. Privileged place by the presence of the river La Samme. The brewery La Binchoise was honored in 1995 when it won the Platinum Medal at the World Beer Championships in Chicago for the Spéciale Noël and the Gold Medal for La Bière des Ours. Brewed by infusion in a tank heated to direct fire, all the beers of La Binchoise are of high fermentation.
Brouwerij De Ranke
Making the best beer possible according to their standards :
- Using natural raw materials
- Respecting old traditional methods
- The project can’t depend on commercial success Ethical, ecological and sustainable Mission : Bringing bitterness and sourness back to Belgian beer
For 30 years, they create original beers. Founded in 1988 to revive their village a little more. Today, this small craft brewery aims to be exclusively family-run and combines the quality of welcome with the diversity of its products. Not too commercial, active in the organization of various events to animate the village.
Chimay - Trappist®
Chimay is an authentic Trappist beer: this means that it is brewed within the walls of a Trappist monastery, under the control and responsibility of the community of monks, who are involved through the process of making and marketing the beer. Most of the income generated by this activity is devoted to the needs of the community and social works.
La Brasserie Dupont est une ancienne ferme dont l’origine remonte à 1759. En 1844, elle devient la ferme-brasserie Rimaux-Derrider, spécialisée dans la production de bière de miel et de bière de type Saison. Ce nom vient du fait que les fermes-brasseries produisaient ce type de bière en hiver pour la consommer sur les champs en été.
Brasserie Artisanale de Rulles
In pioneer and against the current. The Rulles brewery currently produces around 4,000 hectoliters per year, with a process of fermentation in open vats, showing the spectacle of yeast and allowing it to express all its magic.
Rochefort - Trappist®
Our Lady of Saint-Rémy Abbey in Rochefort, Belgium, was founded in 1230 at the foot of a wooded hill. In the course of the abbey’s history, it was destroyed several times and always rebuilt. For centuries, the monks have been brewing high fermentation Rochefort Trappist® beer; the brewery is still the abbey’s major source of income. The monks produce the beer together with a proficient team of employees. In order to protect the “silent” character of the monastery, the abbey is not open to visitors, however guests are welcome in the guest house and in the church.
Hof Ten Dormaal
Tucked away in the fields of Tildonk near Leuven, you can find brewery Hof ten Dormaal, an old farm estate, first mentioned in the thirteenth century as the main farm of the manor of Lauwendries. Hof ten Dormaal is a unique concept for Belgium where farming and brewing go hand in hand. This goes back to the ancient Belgian tradition where brewing mainly happened on the farm, with the surplus grains, in this rich, fertile region.
Orval - Trappist®
Located within the confines of the Abbey, the Orval Brewery was created in 1931 to finance the enormous reconstruction works of Orval. It has hired lay workers from the outset, including the master brewer, Pappenheimer, who invented the recipe. The brewer’s commercial policy is adapted to the values of the monastic community. Income from Royalties generated from the brand name go to social welfare works and the maintenance of the buildings.
La Botteresse brewery is a Belgian artisanal micro brewery located in the village of Sur-Les-Bois (commune of Saint-Georges) in the province of Liège. They offer natural beers of high density and rich in flavors declined in two varieties: Botteresses beers and Sur-les-Bois beers.
With the brewery located at the highest point in Belgium, close to the ‘Signal de Botrange’ and the ‘Baraque Michel’, Belgium Peak Beer offers a range of local flavoured beers brewed with water from the unique environment and stunning scenery of the High Fens.
“When we started a closed beer-tasting club at the end of 2000, no one would have dared to dream that 15 years later we would have a super brewery. The beer-tasting club was then still called “The Order of the Drunken Sparrow” with a logo of two sparrows with a beer in their Nest. During tasting interest grew in everything to do with beer. We also sometimes sampled somewhat less tasty beers, and after a short while a ‘maybe we can do better ourselves’- feeling originated.”
The Trappist beers produced by the Abbey of Westmalle are famous all over the world. The brewery funds the costs of the abbey. In Westmalle, brewing is far from being a purely commercial activity. Most of the sales revenues from the beers are pumped back into the brewery to be invested in good working conditions. Today the monks themselves are no longer involved in hands-on brewing. The day-to-day brewing process is outsourced to employees from outside the abbey. However, the monks are still in overall charge of the brewery. The revenues that are not used to fund life in the abbey are directed towards charity, social projects and people in need.