Brew is more than just a collection of bottles or cans. Sure, we’ll have interesting items and collections, but we are more broadly about the fascinating, 10,000-year-old Story of Beer.
Brew is independent and comprehensive–not tied to any one brewery, region, or country.
Brew will be a different kind of museum. Not a dull, musty, boring, old museum, but a compelling place where you can see, hear, feel, smell, and taste the topic.
Arguably, the great technological developments such as the wheel, plow, irrigation, writing, chemistry, mathematics, and even political institutions were all created to help humans make more beer
-Dr. Alison Feeney, beer scholar
Why Should You Give it a Shot ?
Or take a shot. What?! Who said that??
Lady Astor: "Mr. Churchill, you're drunk!"
Mr. Churchill: "And you, Lady Astor, are ugly. As for my condition, it will pass by the morning. You, however, will still be ugly"
Lady Astor: "Sir, if you were my husband, I would poison your drink"
Mr. Churchill: "Madam, if you were my wife, I would drink it"
-An Actual Conversation in Beer History
The Cool History
Did you know that the founding fathers were brewers? That's right. Signed the Declaration of Independence with a quill in one hand and a pint in the other. What other museum is going to give you that kind of history lesson?
We Just Love It
We have spent years working on curating this museum and we want to share our passion with you. We love the history, science, care, and personality that encompasses what Brew is all about.