BIERHUIS OUD BEERSEL IS A UNIQUE BEER CONCEPT OF OUD BEERSEL

We offer a wide range of beers of both traditional and innovative Lambic beers, as well as our top and mixed fermentation Bersalis range.

We serve snacks and a selection of warm plates, all made with our own beers.

We welcome you to visit Bierhuis Oud Beersel on:

Thursday 2 PM to 10 PM
Friday 2 PM to 10 PM
Saturday 10 AM to 10 PM
Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM

 

Bierhuis Oud Beersel is closed on legal holidays and during the Bierhuis vacation period: July 21 – August 4.

OUD BEERSEL PRESENTS: BRUNCH WITH BEER PAIRING – JUNE 2

On June 2, 2024 we organize our fourth Brunch with Beer Pairing.

We offer you an extensive brunch, with a large part of the artisanal products made with our own beers.

For more info and registration, go to the registration form on our activities page.

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SNACKS

Pickled vegetables in Lambic
Craft cheese with cherry Lambic
Dry sausage
Meatball with Lambic

 

COLD DISHES   

Beer bread with Lambic pâté and with vegetables pickled in Lambic
Beer bread with cottage cheese, radishes, spring onions and vegetables pickled in Lambic

WARM DISHES   

Meatballs in cherry sauce with Oude Kriek
Vol-au-vent of chicken drowned in Bersalis
Vegetarian quinoa with ratatouille in a tomato Lambic sauce
Meatballs in tomato sauce (children’s dish)

 

DESSERTS    

Biramisú with Bersalis Tripel
Ice-cream without beer (Vanilla | Raspberry)
Ice-cream with beer (Salted Butter Caramel ice cream – Bersalis Tripel Oak Aged | Chocolat – kriekenlambiek)

YOU CAN JUST POP IN FOR A THIRST-QUENCHING GLASS OF BEER OR A TASTY BITE

If you want to reserve a table for lunch or dinner, please fill out this reservation form.

For groups of 10 people or more, we kindly ask that reservations are requested at least 10 days in advance.







    Bierhuis Oud Beersel dates back to 1934 when the farm and cart shed on the new brewery site were transformed into a bar by Edigius Vandervelden. His daughter, Marie-Therese, took over the bar and ran it until 1988.

    Then her son, Danny Draps, took over the bar and managed it until its closure at the end of 2002. In 2003, the building was sold and became a flower shop. It was at that time that Gert Christiaens contacted Henri Vandervelden to help out. Managing a bar without the certainty of taking over the brewery and being able to build it up again was too much of an undertaking, as Gert’s main goal was safeguarding the beers.

    In 2017, the opportunity arose to purchase the building as the flower shop was closing down. This time, Gert did not hesitate, and acquired the building with the scope of reviving the old bar of the brewery, Bierhuis Oud Beersel.

    The Bierhuis reopened on Saturday 8 January 2022, it offers inside seating for about 100 people and outdoor seating for 60 people. Come and discover the wide range of Oud Beersel beers and our great beer food.