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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
Walked in to a medieval setting, thought looked pretty good so, why not? Realised that it was €5 so that's not bad, right? Paid for our ticket and went into the main section (the only section). Watched a good 15 minute video surrounded by equipment...More
Located in the Grand Place is this very small beer museum showing some beer brewing vats. There is a video giving information in a seating area. You get a small glass of beer, the xmas beer is excellent. 5€ entrance which includes a souvenir booklet,...More
Not a musuem just a con! Room playing a video which doesn’t really home in on beer much and then a small glass of beer in a pokey bar - the beer is served in a small glass in which half of it is the...More
If you expect some big fancy thing, it's not the case. The museum has only 2 rooms, but it's interesting and in the end you get a glass of beer. The guy working there was great and had interesting stories to tell. Very entertaining. The...More
This isn’t a museum, it is a bar, with a room inside which tells you the story for the beer making in Brussels. You can also see the machines used for making the beer. The price is 5 euros to get in, but at the...More
This isn’t really a museum...it’s an informational video that is really just confusing, and a beer. It’s only 5 euro so it’s okay that we were disappointed but i wouldn’t recommend it (although it admittedly gave us a great inside joke).