The 14th century town of Binche is known to connoisseurs, for its pre-Lent carnival with its own traditional masks for the occasion, and a museum that explores these themes. It is situated on the plains between Mons and Charleroi.
Opposite the medieval ramparts a maltings and brewery operated for two to three centuries. The brewery closed in the 1920s, but the maltings continued until World War II. In the late 1980s the buildings were given the new life by Andre Graux and his wife Francoise Jauson.
Their products are being distributed in Italy, France, England, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland and Japan.
Their portfolio consists of three stock ales:
8.2% abv, and
All beers are presented in 25.4 fl. oz. / 750ml champagne bottles with cork and metal cage and
11.2 fl. oz/ 330ml bottles. All styles are bottle conditioned (second fermentation with yeast in the bottle), unfiltered and unpasteurized.