in Silly

Brasserie de Silly

A family business now run by the 5th generation, the Sill Brewery was founded in 1850. At the time, the large farms of Hainaut used to brew on a small, artisan scale. After the Second World War, the brewing business took over on the farm... One century after it was created, the Silly site would exclusively produce top fermentation beers like Grisette and Saison. 1950 saw a real turning point for the brewery, with the start of low fermentation production: pils and, more recently, Titje. Another key moment was in 1975, with the takeover of the Tennstedt Decroes breweries in Enghien, and the addition of a number of names to the range, including Double Enghien, now available in 2 versions, Brune and Blonde. The brewing business is complemented by a network of cafes belonging to the company. At the turn of the 21st century, the Silly Brewery has managed to hold on to all of its energy, demonstrated in particular by the appearance of some sometimes surprising new beers, like the latest addition, the Pink Killer... a white beer made with pink grapefruit.

Timetables for groups :

Minimum 10 persons - Maximum 30 persons.

Price :

  • Adults : 5€

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