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THE TRADITIONS OF BEER OF THE PORTUGUESE SPEAKING COUNTRIES ARE CELEBRATED IN ONE OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS PLACES IN LISBON

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Six thousand years ago several civilizations around Mesopotamia started to produce beer. Portugal is an heir of that tradition. The first Museum of beer in Portugal was founded in Lisbon to celebrate this tradition alongside with Angola, Brazil, Mozambique, Cape Verde and Saint Tomé and Prince.

Where beer is, there is also exquisite gastronomy and fine snacks. That's why along with the museum there is the Beer House, a place with a unique ambience. In the Beer House the codfish cake and other snacks complement beer in perfection.

TRAVELING IN TIME

  

A cultural team with a comprehensive cultural experience linked to the Museum of Bread, put its mark on the quality of the Museum of Beer. Flavor and knowledge are framed with some of the best beers of the Portuguese speaking countries: SUPER BOCK, SAGRES, CUCA, BRAHMA, LAURENTINA.

  

When visiting the Museum in the first floor the visitor can appreciate its historical relevance on the Portuguese beer heritage.

TRAVELING THROUGH THE WORLD OF BEER

 

FROM THE EARLY DAYS TO THE BEGINNING OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION

(1st century B. C. to the 19th century)

This section of the museum lead us to the History of beer in Portugal and to it's ancient documental data, from 1st b. C. to the 19th century. Two thousand years with great relevance in the heritage of this notorious beverage.

THE HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL PRODUCERS

(From the 19th century to the present)

In this section the visitor discovers the History of the Portuguese beer producers. They made the Portuguese beer what Portuguese beer is. Also in this section the visitor can appreciate the efforts and dedication of our brewers.

BEER IN PORTUGUESE SPEAKING COUNTRIES

A Brotherhood of flavors.

Angola, Brazil, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Saint Tomé and Prince, Guinea-Bissau: these are our most friendly countries, and their most important beers are also here in exhibition. A room dedicated to friendship and to a common heritage that time does not erase.

THE MONASTIC BREWERY

(16th century)

The Museum of Beer rebuilds here an ancient monastic brewery leading the visitors five centuries ago. A time of silence, a time of patience, a time of demanding craftwork. A time far from our memory and yet a time tasted in each beer we drink today.

GASTRONOMY, BEER AND AN EXQUISITE AMBIENCE ARE THE MAIN INGREDIENTS OF FELLOWSHIP

THE BEER HOUSE

In the first floor there is the Beer House, a space of celebration of life where fellowship is associated with the flavors of beer and good food.

Here the evening conviviality is made with the typical Lisbon steaks, with the codfish cake and seafood, everything with a good beer of course.

This exquisite gastronomy is associated with the most important beers of the Portuguese speaking countries. An association that makes this moment a unique one.

The Museum of Beer has a full interior capacity of 240 seats and has a large terrace with 380 seats with a wonderful sight to the river.

A DIFFERENT AND EXQUISIT SPACE

Rest in comfort and enjoy our best beer with our finest gastronomy.

A SURPRISE OF GOOD TASTE

The best way to taste a good beer.

AN INTIMATE AMBIENCE

The best and the most unforgettable moments are shared with the ones we love.

A GREAT OFFER OF BEERS

Taste the best beers produced in Portugal and in the Portuguese speaking countries.

Watch our machine producing our traditional codfish cake.

GASTRONOMY

Connecting imagination to reality the visitor can watch a very special device: a machine that produces the typical codfish cake of Lisbon with Serra Cheese. A surprising flavor…

Taste our codfish with coriander and our roasted octopus.

ENJOY OUR TERRACE WHILE WATCHING TAGUS RIVER AND A STUNNING SUNSET

RESERVATION & CONTACTS

Beer house schedule

From 12 to 24

Museum schedule

From 12 to 22.30

Ticket: 3.50 € (includes beer tasting)

Free access to visitors with less than 16 years old

 

+ 351 210 987 656

reservas@museudacerveja.pt

Terreiro do Paço – Ala Nascente
           Nº 62 a 65, 1100-148 Lisboa
          Portugal