Author 'D.marsim' (Id 123878 ) : The Plantation of Meyboom (Tree of Joy), dates from 1213, when Brussels is the winner of Leuven. At that time, the burghers of Brussels attended willingly taverns. The municipal tax that levied heavy taxes on beer "Lambic" in the institutions of the city had no right to tax outside the walls of Brussels' favorite drink. Lambic is retailed at prices so low Marais Street. One afternoon in 1213, the inhabitants of Louvain, Brussels quarreling with regard to taxes on beer, presented themselves in force in the area and attacked the tavern unannounced Het Cattenhuys "where a wedding party feasted Brussels. The Companions of St. Lawrence (rafters) is presented first to the rescue of the besieged who were vigorously repulsed. As a reward for the stunt, the Duke of Brabant was granted to the Guild of St. Lawrence to a corporate status.