The Caulier brewery began its history with Charles Caulier who left his job as a miner to sell beer around Bonsecours (a small village in Hainaut where he lived). After the war he started brewing production and acquired a truck which allowed him to expand his delivery area.
In 1960 the transfer to the next generation takes place. They added coffee roasting to their activities and made the business prosper until 1980.
The generation that followed recovered a successful business but badly located, the buildings are clearly too small for the activity to function properly.
The Caulier brewery moved to Peruwelz in the buildings of a former tannery. It is still in these buildings that the production of Caulier craft beers takes place today.
Caulier had a low period during the late 80s but the next generation had an idea to counter this. Bon-Secours was the beer that really launched the brewery in 1992. The blueberry and cherry versions were created soon after.
Today the brewery has participated in many projects which have passed on its know-how to many young brewers, it is an important brewery in the Belgian landscape.