The first traces of what now is called Boon Brewery, we find back in 1680 when JB CLAES (I) bought a farm to a brewery-distillery to be set. In 1860 Louis Paul buys the brewery buildings and installation of the family Claes. There is only Lambic brewed and Faro. The brewery is named "Brasserie de Saint Roch". Around 1890, a new malting added. Under the impulse of around 1875 engineer Cayaerts tests are done with the bottling of Geuze-lambic. Without heir, Louis Paul sells the thriving brewery to Pierre-Troch in 1898. The crisis of 1927 did son Rene Troch the tie around and everything was sold publicly. The part brewery and warehouse was bought by Jean De Vits, neighbor and pub owner-geuzeste-ker. The malting and the rest of the buildings were parceled and converted into houses. Rene De Vits, son of Jean was known for his soft Lambic and his fine bottle Geuze. Unmarried and without successors Rene De Vits sold the brewery in 1978 to Frank Boon, already modest in 1975 in Halle was started as geuze plug and marketer of beers. In the first years of geuzestekerij lambic stocks were back on level and was the hand-washing and filling of half bottles replaced by machines. In 1986 moved the entire brewery lack of space to the center of Lembeek. The brew, fitted with traditionally used material, became operational in 1989. The brewery also has a relatively modern plant. Lambic of excellent quality bearings must be in wooden barrels. This has the brewery on 62 foeders averaged 8,000 liters each major and a two hundred smaller barrels. Production in 2005 was 9.400 Hl.