5th edition

September 19, 2021

Car free Sunday

Brussels
5<sup>th</sup> edition

Car free Sunday

September 19, 2021

Brewery

Brussels

Brewery

Grab your cycling or walking gear and join us with our delicious lambic beer

Lindemans lambic tour 3eme édition

LindemansLambic tour5th edition

We’ve got amazing news. It looks like the Lindemans Lambic Tour 2021 on Car-free Sunday can finally take place again! This year, we’ll have no less than 4 circular signposted cycling and walking routes all in the vicinity of the brewery. Come with us and discover the sloping Pajottenland, the green valley of the Senne, or Brussels, the Art Nouveau capital.

Bring a city bike, mountain bike, racing bike, folding, electric, tandem, hiking boots… whatever you fancy, just come along!

Register now for just 5€ (children under 12 go free) or on the spot for 7€, both of which include your insurance, a detailed map of the signposted routes, a free refreshments coupon and a handy gift – either a bicycle handlebar bag or a sustainable backpack for the hikers (while supplies last for on-site registrations). If you choose a Pajottenland-route, you also get free access to the Museum Garden. With all this on offer, don't hang about, or you’ll miss out:

Discover the brewery and its unique surroundings

Choose your own route:
8, 16, 20 or 40 km

  • Cycling routes:
  • Art-nouveau-route (40 km) – Brussels
  • Kasteelroute (20 km) – Pajottenland
  • Walking routes:
  • De Pajotter XL (16 km) – Pajottenland
  • De Pajotter (8 km) – Pajottenland

The Art-nouveau-route passes by the brewery in Vlezenbeek, as well as the Place des Palais in Brussels (100 m from the Place Royale). The other routes start at the brewery itself.

Each route offers something for everyone. You can experience a car-free Brussels, the perfect way to get to know this beautiful city in a different way, passing some magnificent Art Nouveau buildings that are a must-see.

Or you can completely relax in the idyllic, hilly Pajottenland and the green valley of the Senne, home to the unique wild-growing yeasts that give our lambic beers their gorgeous, unique taste. Take in our historic sites as you pass the Gaasbeek Castle and the domain of Groenenberg and visit the Museum Garden for free!

Discover everything about the wonderful world of lambic beer. This, of course, with a refreshing lambic beer in hand.

So whether you’re on foot or on two wheels, we can’t wait to see you there!

Departures and registrations at the brewery and the Place des Palais are from 9am to 3pm.

We provide free parking for vehicles on the meadow, across the road from the brewery.
Bicycles can be parked either at the brewery or on the Place des Palais.

We provide the necessary refreshments not only at the brewery itself but also at the Place des Palais in Brussels and at the Museum Garden in Gaasbeek. With food, a dash of music and fantastic entertainment, what better way to round off this lambic day?

Lambic, much more than a beer

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