For 138 years, beer is brewed at the lake Müggelsee in Berlin-Köpenick. Since 1996, there is the Brauereimuseum der Berliner Bürgerbräu in the former mash house with its four big copper kettles. At a guided tour, one can see, besides the mash house where the malt was crushed and mashed with hot water, also the single sections of the production of beer and its filling: the old cooperage and the machine house, the fermentation cellar, and the hop store house. Here one sees, from the hop weighing machine to the filling and label facilities from 1920, the whole process of beer production. Part of the collection are also different jars and glasses, displayed , in huge cabinet arches as well as wooden barrels, refrigerators, a huge copper sieve, and an old malt shovel.
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