Avouerie Castle. Beer and Juniper Liqueur Museum

  • recognised tourist attraction
  • velo
  • Maestro
Set inside a magnificent 12th-century keep, this museum unveils the secrets of beer, from brewing techniques to various tastes and aspects, the origins of this famous beverage and how it became so popular in Belgium! 
Not forgetting traditional beer of the Avouerie tasting of course! (in the ancient, vaulted cellar) Cheers!

Historical tours of the 17th-century castle.
  • 30 km from Liège. E25 motorway, exit 41 Tilff. In the direction of Esneux.
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Exhibitors, food dishes, mulled wine, beers. 40 craftsmen present their products in a covered, welcoming setting. In Anthines, on 10 and 11 December 2016.
The market highlights the knowledge of the region's artists and craftsmen by focusing on artisan crafts and produce such as food and drink, decorations, jewellery, clothes... ...there is something for everyone and you can't fail to find the perfect new year surprise!
There is a bar and food and drink available in the main hall. Shows for the children on Saturday: from 2pm to 7pm - Discovery of wooden toys and at 4:30pm - Storytelling. Then, at 5:30pm - Father Christmas arrives!


The Château de l'Avouerie

And finally, what better moment than Christmas to discover this castle?
You'll see that this venue fits particularly well into the Christmas spirit!
A Christmas market that's not to be missed!

Venez festoyer au rythme de la musique celtique et célébrez la fête du Samaïn. Le passage de l'époque claire à l'époque sombre se déroule au cœur du Château de l'Avouerie d'Anthisnes.

Cette fête endiablée hors du commun marque le nouvel an celtique. Vous êtes invités à prendre part à un banquet gargantuesque sous l'œil malicieux de troubadours et jongleurs. 

Un festin celte

Venez faire ripaille où sanglier à la broche avec ses accompagnements d'époque, la Cervoise, hypocras, hydromel enchanteront vos papilles. La musique celtique remplira votre cœur avec ses rythmes ancestraux.

Partez à la découverte du rituel du Samaïn !