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Brasserie Eylenbosch was founded in 1894 in Schepdaal by Emile Eylenbosch, who was also the town mayor. It had been a brewery site since 1851. In 1989, Eylenbosch was acquired by De Keersmaeker which in turn was taken over by Mort Subite (Alken-Maes) in the same year. The Eylenbosch brewery was used as a storage site by Mort Subite until 1991, which allowed them to expand their annual production to 60,000 hectoliters. It was abandoned by Mort Subite in 2001 (or 2004 according to some sources) and is presently a derelict site, popular with urban explorers.


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