Visits last for almost two hours. Our professional guide will show you the various aspects of the brewing process and you will see bottles and kegs being filled. At the end there is a tasting of bottom and top fermented beers in 'het Brouwershof' opposite our brewery. This is the ideal opportunity to try 'Primus with yeast'. We tap this delicacy every day directly from the storage tanks in the brewery. Our younger visitors can choose from our tasty range of waters and soft drinks.
Who can visit?
You need to make a booking in order to visit Haacht Brewery. We can receive groups of 15 to 50 people. Individual visitors may join an existing group if space permits.
When can I visit?
You can only visit our brewery when production is in operation.
You can either choose to come on Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, but make sure to book in advance!
How much does it cost?
- Primary and secondary school pupils: free
- Students (with a student card, excluding adult education students): €4
- Adults: €6
School pupils receive one consumption for free. The ticket of paying visitors include 2 consumptions for free and a nice gift.
Would you like more information or want to make a booking?
Visits are only definitely booked once they have been confirmed and paid for. Click here to book your visit.
You need to deposit the booking fee at least 5 working days before your visit. Deposits can be made to bank account number BE98 4320 0177 0193 (BIC KREDBEBB) in the name of Brouwerij Haacht nv, mentioning the reservation code that you received during confirmation.
We expect you to arrive promptly so that the tour can go ahead smoothly and without interruption.
If you have any further questions, contact Kathy Van Campenhout: firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to the site
The historical nature of our site (cobbled paving) and its many steps can make access difficult. Unfortunately this means that the guided tour is not suitable for wheelchair users and people with prams.
We advise our visitors to wear appropriate footwear (women's shoes with high heels are not practical).