Moriau was a lambic blendery founded by Johannes Moriau in 1880, in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, Belgium. It closed officially in 1983, but operated sporadically until 1993 after they could no longer source De Neve lambic for blending. The family café Herberg Moriau was founded in 1943, and closed in 2013 after 70 years in business. They were known for serving an exclusive Kriek with cherries from the local market. Moriau Geuze is still produced by Frank Boon, and previously by De Neve, presumably until the brewery closed in 1994. It is still the house geuze at In de Oude Smis van Mekingen in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw.