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Address: Chaussée de Haecht 147 \ Haachtsesteenweg 147
La Schaerbeekoise, is a 9% amber beer produced in honour of the museum.
The Schaerbeek Beer Museum is a museum devoted to Belgian beers. The Museum NPO was created on 9 March 1993, while the museum opened its doors for the first time one year later, on 26 March 1994.
The museum proposes a collection of over 1,000 varying Belgian beer bottles, along with their matching glass. Former machines which were used to manufacture beer, coopers' tools, signs, trays, various advertising objects, old documents and many other items relating to breweries past and present are also on show. The museum also houses a reconstruction of a Belgian pub from the 1900-1930s.
- Address: Avenue Louis Bertrandlaan 33-35, B-1030 Brussels.
- Opening times: Wednesday and Saturday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., by appointment for groups and schools.
- Price: €3, which includes the visit and a tasting of Schaerbeekoise beer.
- Access via Brussels public transport (STIB/NIVM) :
- tram 7 "Louis Bertrand" stop (Boulevard Lambermontlaan)
- bus 59 'Herman' stop (Rue Hermanstraat)
- bus 66 'Azalées / Azalea" stop (Avenue des Azalées / Azalealaan).
- tram 92 "Saint-Servais church" stop (Chaussée de Haecht / Haachtsesteenweg)
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