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The Beer Museum of the "Belgian Brewers" The rich tradition of Belgian beer is kept alive at the Brewery Museum. Visitors are shown implements, brewing and fermentation tubs, a boiling kettle and the material found in an eighteenth-century brewery...more
This is not a museum at all! In all honesty and according to other reviews here (that i hope i had read in advance) it's a small room with a TV showing an infomercial. Nothing about the history of Belgian beer,. You pay 5 euros...More
Avoid this place, you pay 5 euros, for watching a video from 2002, on an old office chair, and you get a commercial beer (Stella or Leffe) from a very bad attitude guy.
I don´t know how this place still open and people going? And...More
I got caught up in looking at everything around this area and saw the sign for beer museum and thought that should be interesting. $5 euros and a beer after to look at 10min video basically. You have two options on the beers. You can...More
Avoid this so-called museum if you care for your time and money. Its only plus point is its location which makes it very visible to tourists. Even at the modest entrance fee of 5€ this visit will disappoint you. There is almost nothing worthwhile to...More
This place shouldn't consider being a museum. you pay for the entrance 5 euro. then you enter, there is nothing to see, you only go to see a "movie" that played in loops, the video is the most stupid thing that I saw, you only...More
Entry is 5 Euro and you get one of two choices of beer on tap. The museum is very small with a few interesting artifacts. The movie is terrible. They could have done a lot more to explain the origins of beer and how it...More
Iv been to many of these small museums and dont get put off by reviews as I like a short museum that gets to the point and don’t spend long .
This is rubbish, it’s one room with a tv in it and some pictures...More