When Martin Belot, a farmer from Purnode (Belgium), started brewing his first beer in 1858, he still produced it in his farm outbuildings. He only did this in winter, because during this time he was not busy with the cultivation of his land, as in the high season, and only then could he concentrate on the art of brewing.
Since 1960, door-to-door deliveries and agricultural activities have died out and professional sales in supermarkets, beverage stores and through beer dealers are on the agenda. Just over 20 years later, the extremely successful export began all over the world, which is not only due to the high level of awareness and good reputation of Belgian beers, but also to the taste and more than 150 years of brewing experience.
The Brasserie du Bocq now offers its customers a wide range of beers that couldn't be more different. You can look forward to different colors, tastes and types that are now united under the roof of the brewery.