During the 1920s, we still transported our beer kegs by rail. The ‘beer tram’ literally passed through the grounds of the brewery and transported the kegs to Schaarbeek. These were then loaded onto carts and delivered to beer merchants and cafes across Brussels.
In 1929 the dairy closed. This allowed the brewery to expand production into other types of beer: Bock, Export, Pilsner and Stout Ale.
1937 was a record year for the brewery - it sold over 50 million litres of beer!