At the end of the 1990s, several former leaders of the Buissonville patro got into the habit of getting together over a good beer. One thing leading to another, they created the Confrérie du Busson, which aims to taste and promote beer. A new step was quickly taken with the amateur brewing of a first beer in old pans and... a wheelbarrow. The beer was called "Li Berwette". The small amateur brewery was meant to be itinerant: sometimes it was brewed in a colleague's garden, sometimes in another's barn. New beers were quickly created: Li Berwette di Noyè, La Meuuh! and even a delicious blond whose recipe was forgotten by Arnould, patron saint of brewers.
The beers of the brotherhood were a great success locally and new colleagues joined the adventure. It was then decided to have these beers brewed by a professional brewer from the region. Pierre Jacobs, from the Saint-Monon brewery in Ambly, took on the task.
A professional brewery with a social purpose
Anxious to create a local and ethical business, the colleagues decided that the brewery would be a cooperative with a social purpose, with the following objectives: relocation of the economy, creation of activity in rural areas and participatory activity.
The Triple Mind
This is a strong, slightly bitter triple lager to be served chilled. It is perfect for drinking in all circumstances! In moderation of course.
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