The original brew kettles, proofing pans, malt mills and more can be viewed at the original location: in the brewhouse of the Kronen brewery, a building from 1911 and one of the most striking industrial monuments in Lüneburg.The Kronenbrauerei is considered the oldest known Lüneburg brewery, it was first documented in 1485, since then all master brewers have been handed down. To mark its 500th anniversary, the Kronen brewery was the last of over 80 Lüneburg breweries to be the last in town.
The “Krone” inn still exists today, but the brewhouse business was relocated to the outskirts in 1981. A "crown beer" is no longer served today.In the brewery museum opened in 1985, the entire process of brewing beer is shown - how hops, barley and water are used to make the drink that is not only so important to the Germans - with the original exhibits, of course. How long is the process until a foaming beer is in front of you?
The museum is a special experience for both laypersons and experts!brauereimuseum-lueneburg.de
April 14, 2020
The most important brewery museum in northern Germany is located at this location in Lüneburg. And not without reason: In the Hanseatic era, around 80 breweries did their craft here in Lüneburg!
Opening times / admission: Open every day except Monday from 10 am to 6 pm.
Admission: 5.00 / reduced 3.00 euros (reduced admission from 5 p.m.)
August 4, 2020
The Lüneburg Brewery Museum is located in the brewhouse of the former Lüneburg Kronen Brewery on Heiligengeiststrasse. The museum, located in the middle of the historic old town, focuses on the history of beer brewing in the Hanseatic city of Lüneburg. The museum opened on May 14, 1985 and is now located on the premises of the East Prussian State Museum, from which it is administered.de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brauereimuseum_Lüneburg
October 23, 2020
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