The East Prussian state museum with its Baltic German department is partly located on the site of the former Luneburg Crown brewery. In their listed brewhouse, built around 1900, we present one of the most important brewery museums in northern Germany.
Malt mill, mash tun, wort kettle at the original location and much more show how work was done in a brewery in the early 20th century. The brewhouse was in operation until 1981 when it became a museum. It preserves remarkable evidence of the Luneburg brewing tradition for both the layman and the expert. Visit us and enter the world of beer brewing - on the way from "grain to glass".