Welcome

Open every SUNDAY and CHURCH HOLIDAY from 10 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Also open on 15th August, 1st November en 25th December

"The bar stocks perhaps the best range of lambic beers on the planet"

Tim WEBB, Good Beer Guide Belgium

Some have called the pub 'In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst' (In the Insurance against Great Thirst), the only remaining café at the village square in Eizeringen. This traditional Payot cafe has one of the largest gueuze and kriek selections in the world. 

The pub is one of the oldest brick buildings in the village. The walls are telling many stories about the brewery history in the region and the Eizeringen village life some 60 years ago. 

As soon as you enter the café, you might think that a time machine has beamed you to the end of the 40s or the early 50s. The rare Art Déco counter and the westminster clock draw immediately the attention of the visitors. The restauration of the pub took five years. Kurt, the owner, did his utmost to combine modern comfort with the authenticity of this small part of Flemish heritage.

Besides the opening hours on Sundays and church holidays, from 10 AM until 1.30 PM, the pub is also open when there is a funeral service at St. Ursula Church. Furthermore, the café can be rented for private parties and gatherings. 

How to get to to pub?

By car
Take the exit 20 of the E40 (Ternat), or exit 13 (Dilbeek) of the Brussels Ring.
Where the two main roads Brussels-Ninove and Asse-Edingen cross eachother, head for Edingen.
About 100 metres further, take right (Frans Baetensstraat). Follow this winding road to the pub.

Public transport from and to Brussels (Brussel Noord Station)
Bus route 128 Brussels - Ninove via the N8
Descend at the bus stop in "Eizeringen" (ask the driver). Be sure to look on the right schedule (Sunday = zondag).

Go to the crossroads Brussels-Ninove and Asse-Edingen, and head for Edingen.
100 metres further, at the source of Eizeringen, take right (Frans Baetensstraat).
Follow this winding road to the pub In de Verzekering tegen de Grote Dorst.