On the Grand-Place in Brussels, in an authentic 17th century Baroque building, is located a microbrewery offering six different brewed beers.

This establishment is situated partly on the Brussels’ Grand-Place. Typical for this building, like many buildings in and around the Grand-Place, is its rich history. The building had formerly housed several businesses including a grocery, pharmacy and even a concert hall. From the 14th century onwards it was a famous pub and is the oldest pub in the center of Brussels.

Due to a fire, the house of Libra (name derived from the former trade practiced) was transformed into one of the finest microbreweries in Belgium.

The interior is characterized by open spaces where the visitor can view the brew kettles.

The six beers brewed on site are: blond, amber, cherry, triple, white and brown. Definitely worth a try!

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