The last lambic brewery still operating in Brussels is a family-run affair where organic lambic beers have been produced since 1900. This boutique brewery has built a thriving business in its quaintly old-fashioned premises, running self-guided tours of the traditional cooperage and brewing rooms, offering a bistro menu in the Carillon restaurant, and selling T-shirts alongside its 10 brews. Highly prized by beer buffs among these are Rosé de Gambrinus, flavored with raspberries, and the top-quality Grand Cru Bruocsella, which is matured for 3 years in oak casks. Despite the best attempts of one (now universally known) shockingly rude member of the staff, a visit here is both informative and entertaining. The location in Anderlecht is not great, however. Be prepared for some of the rougher elements of Brussels life to be on show.