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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
In the central square,
You'll find this quaint museum,
History of beer.
Within two small rooms,
In multiple languages,
The story is told.
At just five Euros,
Which includes a free beer too,
It's worth the money.
We had the Brussels Pass so we went here. (Otherwise would cost 5 Euro). It’s a small room with very basic viewing of how they craft beer. They do give you a free beer at the end. Not worth it in my opinion.
This isn’t a museum, it is a room with a weird movie playing, and a “bar” with awful beer. The guy who runs the place is exceptionally rude unless you speak French (as far as we could tell). Free on the Brussels card for us...More
It says it is a museum but don’t be fooled. There is a mute film with background music and some brewing stuff but no beer. You get almost no knowledge about beers.
But then again - it’s 5 Euro and you get a beer so...More
The chamber of commerce should kick this guy out for falsely advertising his bar as a museum.
If he advertised his establishment as say “the cellar bar”or anything other than a museum, you wouldn’t feel a sense of rip-off as you do.
Spend your 5...More
This is a basement, with a few poor displays about beer making and a small bar where you get a poor glass of beer, all for the sum of 5 euro.
I can't say much else, because here is nothing else, other than, spend your...More
The museum rips people off from being located within the heart of the most beautiful tourist attraction in Brussels, the Grand Place. It's dark, dingy and outdated. There is almost nothing inside to see. The staff are rude and you are left alone to wonder...More