The impressive brewing hall of the former Wielemans brewery was designed by Adrien Blomme in 1930. It was once the largest brewing hall of Europe, its glass façade allowing passers-by to enjoy the spectacle of production. Its renovation (from 2005 to 2007) respected the original architecture and materials of Blomme’s design. With its large windows and extraordinary, monumental architecture, this space has a unique charm and atmosphere.
The first and lower part of the brewing hall accommodates a bar and benefits from an access to the floor below, ideal for catering services.
The second and higher part – the mezzanine – is accessible via a majestic central staircase (an elevator is available for people with limited mobility). The possibility exists to make the space more intimate by curtaining off the large windows.
The space’s flexibility allows you to organise a large variety of private and corporate events. The space is ideal for hosting large groups: receptions, buffets or seated dinners, cocktail parties or even presentations. It is possible to hire this venue in combination with other spaces, such as the auditorium, the seminar room or the roof terrace.
Venue hire possible outside public opening hours.
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