Itís basicaly a pricey restaurant that also happens to have one part redecorated and now it serves as museum, for which you have to pay an enterance fee. You also get small cheramic mug at enterance, and you can take it with you (after youíve tried beer they pour at the end of tour). Big bar in the middle that supposed to have beers from former Portuguese colonies but unfortunately at the time they had only Cuca from Angola. Maja tried codfish pie (itís more snack than actual meal) and she said it was delicious but quite expensive. The beers are also expensive, 0.33 bottle 5Ä. After 8 p.m. they close one part of bar and let people in just if they have reservations. In general; visit museum, get few beers and go further but bear in mind that youíre in Lisboa which is the worst European capitol for beers.
The key point of this place is the location - while several beer points in the city that play a different league are off a regular tourist walk, Museu is right in the middle of all touristic boom, which comes of course with a price - all beers are too expensive. The museum is a decent thought not uninteresting display of Portugese brewing history and the macros that does not go too scholar. Sip one or two in their interesting glass while getting familiar with more hot beer spots in the city.
Situated in a huge square in the midst of tourist central itís a good place to stop, sit out on the large terrace and drink mediocre beer. A selection of nationals and Portuguese empire beers are available in bottles. Not all available as stated but ticked the renown beer states Mozambique and Angola. Beer musuem closed on the Sunday we visited so unable to find out what you could take away.
Ok place in a decent setting, priced accordingly. Would sit and have a beer there again as some different stuff but better places to visit first
Right on the square, large outside patio, decent service. Specialize in beers from the Portuguese empire, but be forewarned that they will not have many of the beers on their menu. Beers served in a double wall plastic glass. Didnít try the food.
Portugal is not traditional at all in beer, so I didnít expect much at this place. And I was right, its best features were the tour on beer history I took inside the museum and also the view of the square in front of it, which is stunning. The selection is very modest, with some Portuguese craft (which is rare to find). Given the scarcity of good beer around, itís worth a shot.
The Portugese beer museum in the nice placed resturant with wiev over the big square at the river.
A beerselection over a lot of exotic countries but not many of them are availible. They push their own beer that isnít anything extra. Strange isolated beer glases that keep the beer cold but makes if feel like you drink from a large coffey cup. OK food.
Wouldnít call it a museum but probably the bar with the biggest range of beers in beer-desert Lisbon. Not cheap, nothing to get excited about but a nice place on a very nice location (big square on the shore). The service was OK and quick for such a busy place.
A bit of a tourist trap in my view. I didnít go to the museum but drank a few beers in the bar. The beer is very expensive here, at least compared to other bars and shops, so I recommend that you only drink beers that are hard to find elsewhere.