La Brasserie de Waterloo – Restaurant

The new 140-seat restaurant, the “La brasserie de Waterloo”, and its 500m² terrace with a breathtaking view over the Battlefield, form a modern concept with its playful “beer garden” (20 beers on tap, 3 of which are directly connected to the brewery across the vast courtyard ) and its playground (close by for parents to keep an eye on their children)… An unparalleled atmosphere in which eco-responsible, local, seasonal and short-circuit agriculture is naturally favored

Mont-Saint-Jean Farm

Full of character, authenticity and history, Mont-Saint-Jean Farm invites you to discover its hidden treasures.
At the shop, you will find a wide range of regional brewery products.
Its events allow you to enter the universe of this important historical site, and its museum called “The reverse of the medal” brings the history of the English hospital back to life.
So come and visit this estate where the Beer of Bravery is brewed!


Nowadays, Mont-Saint-Jean Farm is
well known for its brewery, museum, shop, events, venues and restaurant; but it has also been the setting of major events that changed the course of history. This rich history, spanning from the Middle Ages over the Battle of Waterloo to the present day, has given Mont-Saint-Jean Farm its character and fame.


The microbrewery where Waterloo Beer is brewed is located within the walls of Mont-Saint-Jean Farm. This brewing activity dates back to the early 15th century.
One of our brewers will take you on a guided tour where you can discover the craft brewing process. Come and taste the Beer of Bravery in the very heart of the historical Mont-Saint-Jean Farm!


The special feature of our brand-new German-made microdistillery is that it can distil by means of two very different processes: a pot still, which is used for Whisky, and a column still, which is used for Gin.

With a wort quantity not exceeding 250 litres, our microdistillery is one of the smallest in Belgium. It only has a production capacity of 15,000 litres of Gin and Whisky combined.


Discover the British field hospital of the Battle of Waterloo.

On 18 June 1815, the Duke of Wellington used Mont-Saint-Jean Farm as a field hospital in the very centre of the battlefield of Waterloo.
This wonderful site’s museum exhibition featuring the most remarkable items and illustrations allows you to discover how the 7,000 wounded soldiers were treated; a real must-see among the battlefield museums.