When authenticity meets interactivity, it's beerstorium.
An interactive experience at the heart of the history of the oldest brewery in Wallonia!
The Dubuisson Beerstorium is an interactive experience at the heart of the history of the Brasserie Dubuisson as well as the universe and the secrets of the making of its beers. The visit will plunge you into the Ghyssegnies castle, where everything started for the Brewery in 1769!
Since then, well established in the farm-brewery opposite the castle, the Brasserie Dubuisson has gone through 250 years of history. A real family adventure that has seen 9 generations of Dubuisson take over at the head of the company in order to develop the brewing activity. This past has left many traces that are still perceptible today in the universe and the character of Dubuisson beers. You can discover all this in the Dubuisson Beerstorium itself. A journey in which virtual reality, 3D animations and escape games will confront the traces of the past.
In addition to the “classic” visit of the venue, you can also experience the Dubuisson Beerstorium in a different way. The Trolls of the Brewery will invite you to solve the riddles they will ask you through the different thematic rooms of the castle. A journey that will appeal to your sense of observation and reflection. But will you be focused and skilled enough to solve the puzzles thrown at you by the Trolls?
As a complement to the visit, the Brasserie Dubuisson offers you a tasting of three of its beers (out of a choice of four different beers) in the tavern located right next to the museum. This will be done via a telephone. Who’s on the phone? Hugues Dubuisson! Nobody better to comment on your tasting than the director and master brewer of the Brasserie Dubuisson. This will undoubtedly be the best way to end your visit.
- Adult : 12€ (with tasting) / 9€ (without tasting)
- Students and Seniors: 10€ (with tasting) / 7€ (without tasting)
- Children (0 to 5 years old): free
- Children (6 to 18 years old – without tasting) : 5€.
YOU WANT COME AS A GROUP?
Group visits are organised from 15 people with a maximum of 50 people. From a certain number, the visit is divided into two groups. These groups are then divided between a visit to the museum and a tasting session.