When it was founded, La Chamade was a small jazz club.
The establishment has been around for more than 50 years.
At the time of Napoleon’s wars, “Chamade”” meant “Drum roll”” played by the surrendering army before raising the white flag. The enemy, warned, lowered their weapons and let the soldiers live.
The name of the establishment corresponds well with its owner, who is himself a drummer in Binche’s folklore (Carnival of Binche).
La Chamade is decorated according to the theme of Binche’s folklore: enamel plates on the ceiling and a painting of the owner and his instrument hangs above the bar.
The philosophy of the establishment is to serve customers in the best possible way. This is not just about putting the glass and bottle in front of the customer; the customer is also advised and served.”
Brasserie Dubuisson is close to its customers. They take time to introduce their products, they listen to their customers, they are meticulous and responsive. And above all, they offer exceptional beers.
La Chamade has been serving Bush beer since the last owner took over. It is considered as an indispensable on the menu of a good “pub”.
What makes it unique is the flavor and the hand-blown glass. You have to take the time to enjoy this unique beer.
The establishment has many Bush fans, some of whom come almost every day. They enjoy a beer or two with a small piece of cheese offered by La Chamade.
For La Chamade, Bush stands for long-lasting flavor and quality with a high alcohol content.