In 2016, the Kestemont family, originally from Pajotten, bought the entire site where the Goossens brewery stood until 1968. Three years later, the lambic began to be put into oak barrels. In 2021, a brewhouse was fitted out to make the first brews of in-house lambic. After half a century's absence, we can once again smell the aroma of wort cooling in the streets of Pede, restoring a part of the region's history. Capture what Brueghel smelled when he painted the old mill and chapel of Pede 400 years ago, just a stone's throw from the brewery.