Musée Bruxellois de la Gueuze (The Brussels Gueuze Museum)
Beer is one of the best things about Belgium and that’s showing no disrespect to Belgium because the beers are out of this world! A style of beer particular to Brussels is lambic beer which is allowed to spontaneously ferment using wild yeast from the atmosphere; it has a distinctive sour taste.
The Cantillon Brewery is the last brewery left out of the 70-odd that once brewed lambic in Brussels. Its specialties include gueuze (a blend of one-and two-year-old lambics), kriek (lambic with cherries added) and framboise (lambic with raspberries).
The brewery is a five-minute walk from Gare Midi, even less from Clemenceau. If you’re in the mood for strolling it will take you about 30 minutes from Grand-Place.