Toer De Geuze

Halle, Flemish Brabant Belgium

Sat, 04 May 2024 - Sun, 05 May 2024

Toer de Geuze is a biennial beer event held in the Pajottenland region of Belgium. While not a traditional beer festival, it provides beer enthusiasts with a unique and immersive experience.


Event Information

Date: Sat, 04 May 2024 - Sun, 05 May 2024

Hours: 10AM - 5PM

Venue: Pajottenland Region

Address: 1500 Halle (Bus Tour Station) Halle, Flemish Brabant Belgium

About this Event

Toer de Geuze is a biennial beer event held in the Pajottenland region of Belgium. While not a traditional beer festival, it provides beer enthusiasts with a unique and immersive experience. While not a traditional beer festival, Toer de Geuze offers a unique opportunity to visit lambic breweries in the Pajottenland region. It's a guided tour where visitors can explore traditional brewing methods. Here are key details about Toer de Geuze:


1. Location:
The event takes place in various breweries located in the Pajottenland region, known for its traditional lambic breweries. Participating breweries open their doors to visitors during the event.

2. Time:
Toer de Geuze is a biennial event, occurring in odd-numbered years. This timing allows enthusiasts to plan their visits and experience the event's unique offerings.

3. Guided Tours:
Visitors have the opportunity to take guided tours of the participating lambic breweries. These tours provide insights into the traditional brewing methods used in the production of lambic and gueuze beers.

4. Brewery Visits:
The event allows attendees to explore the breweries, learn about the brewing process, and witness the craftsmanship behind some of Belgium's iconic beer styles.

5. Tasting Opportunities:
Toer de Geuze offers ample opportunities for beer tasting. Attendees can sample a variety of lambic and gueuze beers directly from the source, often including limited editions or special releases.

6. Cultural Experience:
Beyond the beer aspect, Toer de Geuze offers a cultural experience, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the rich history and traditions of Belgian lambic brewing.

7. Networking:
The event attracts beer enthusiasts, brewers, and industry professionals, providing a platform for networking and sharing a passion for traditional Belgian brewing.

8. Limited Editions:
Some breweries release special and limited-edition beers during Toer de Geuze, making it a unique opportunity for attendees to taste exclusive brews.
To fully enjoy Toer de Geuze, it's recommended to plan ahead, check the official event website for the list of participating breweries, and consider any specific guidelines or recommendations provided by the organizers. The event contributes to the appreciation and preservation of Belgium's lambic beer heritage.

9. List and addresses of the participating producers in 2024:

  • Boon, Fonteinstraat 65, 1502 Lembeek
  • De Cam, Dorpsstraat 67, 1755 Gooik
  • De Troch, Langestraat 20, 1741 Wambeek
  • Den Herberg, Octave de Kerchove d'Exaerdestraat 16, 1501 Buizingen
  • Eylenbosch, Isidoor Crokaertstraat 167, 1731 Zellik
  • Hanssens*, Vroenenbosstraat 15, 1653 Dworp
  • Kestemont, Isabellastraat 16, 1703 Sint-Gertrudis-Pede
  • Lambiek Fabriek, Eugène Ghijsstraat 71, 1600 Sint-Pieters-Leeuw
  • Lindemans, Lenniksebaan 1479, 1602 Vlezenbeek
  • Mort Subite*, Lierput 1, 1730 Kobbegem
  • Oud Beersel, Laarheidestraat 230, 1650 Beersel
  • Tilquin, Chaussée Maïeur Habils,110 1430 Bierghes
  • Timmermans, Kerkstraat 11, 1701 Itterbeek


* Closed on Saturday. Only open on Sunday, May 5th, 2024

10. Admission to all participating lambic breweries and gueuze blenders is FREE.

You can do the Toer de Geuze with your own transport (car, bicycle…) or use one of HORAL's buses. 

  • Where do the buses leave? There are two start and finish locations: Halle train station and Denderleeuw train station.
  • When do the buses leave? The doors of the blenders and breweries open on Saturday at 11 A.M., and on Sunday at 10 A.M. This means that the buses leave the station on Saturday at 10:30 A.M. and on Sunday at 09:30 A.M. sharp.
  • This shuttle bus is FREE. However, a reservation is required. So anyone who would like to use the shuttle bus AND a specific route from Halle station must, in addition to the paid ticket for the actual Toer de Geuze route, also reserve a free ticket for the shuttle bus.

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