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Very interesting.....but mainly French Beers

Great find.....wonderful garden.....and a cool retreat from the summer sun.....nice Tavern at the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
SteveK1200lt
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Well worth a visit

The museum is well worth a visit giving an excellent interpretation of the brewing of beer that... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2017
Richard G
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1 week ago
“Very interesting.....but mainly French Beers”
Sep 13, 2017
“Well worth a visit”
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The impressive building that is now the European Beer Museum was a food store in the 17th century and a malt house in the 19th. The museum collection consists of more than 53,000 exhibits that recreate the world of brewing. They include the basic...more
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17 rue du Moulin, 55700 Stenay, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great find.....wonderful garden.....and a cool retreat from the summer sun.....nice Tavern at the end of the tour of the brew house.....it’s a mini Masham

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Reviewed 19 October 2017

The boys in particular found it very interesting. We enjoyed a couple of beers at the end to compare different types and styles - in the pleasant tavern. A bit more time and lunch here would have been nice!

Thank PamAlbury
Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 27 October 2017

Thank you for taking the time to review us and write this nice comment

Reviewed 13 September 2017

The museum is well worth a visit giving an excellent interpretation of the brewing of beer that could only be bettered by visiting a working brewery. In many ways this is more informative as you can spend as much time as you like looking at,...More

Thank Richard G
Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 15 September 2017

Thank you for taking the time to write such nice comment !

Reviewed 1 November 2016

This is an interesting Museum which tells the History of beer making through the centuries and also explains the method of beer making. The Museum is advertised on street signs as being an International Museum whereas it concentrated on the French Beer brewers. As you...More

Thank Barry C
Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 25 November 2016

We are sorry you disliked this video. It is part of a temporary exhibition about alcoholism during World War I. Unfortunately, this video is only showing the reality of the War. We hope you liked the rest of the beer museum. Best regards

Reviewed 25 August 2016 via mobile

Really enjoyed this and was suitable for those with small children. Loved learning about beer making and seeing all the old fashioned equipment.

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Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 7 November 2016

Thank you for this nice review !

Reviewed 4 August 2016 via mobile

Free ticket from the office de tourism and a very pleasant time looking at the history of beermaking. Followed by the cream on the top, the cafe. An amazing place, air conditioned with a wonderful selection of beer from around the world and a good...More

Thank Billingham
Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 7 November 2016

Thank you ! It is always good to know that people like to come back to our Museum and Taverne

Reviewed 30 July 2016

There's lots to see here if you are interested in the history and production process of beer. Some of the exhibits are quite spectacular, and the descriptions are well written (and the translatations don't miss much out). Worth a visit to the (not free) tasting...More

Thank Onewheeler
Musée B, Gérant at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 7 November 2016

Thank you very much for this nice recommendation !

Reviewed 29 April 2016 via mobile

After all the World War I Museum's and experiences (death & war), it's nice to take a break and have a beer. Translations in several languages (nice), however none as in depth as French.. We are in France though!

Thank Lafemmeavecchiens
Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 9 May 2016

Thanks for your nice review ! Indeed, lots of our visitors are comming from the WWI museum to take a break. For the translation in english, don't worry, we are working on it.

Reviewed 9 October 2015 via mobile

Really pleasant. Not too long and a nice beer to end it with. Would have been better if more was in English. Right opposite fantastic restaurant and lodgings.

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Musée B, Directeur général at Musee de la Biere, responded to this reviewResponded 18 November 2015

Thank you very for your message ! We will try our best to translate more text in English for next year. And yes, we are also crazy about the restaurant La Taverne du Cygne in front of the museum !

Reviewed 18 March 2015

It's gives a very nice overview all about beer. The location is nice. They have a taverne serving a large ranges of beers. Just make it a little cosy, give a little crackers with the beer, just make it complete. The guide was very very...More

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