Your visit to the Museum ends at the Taverne, where you can taste and buy local produce with a vast range of 70 craft and industrial top, bottom and spontaneous fermentation beers. To be enjoyed on the spot or to take away, it's up to you.

OUR CURRENT BEST SELLERS

Stenay

Brasserie La Choulette (Nord-Pas-de-Calais)

8%/vol

Beer with creamy ochre foam. Mildly hoppy aroma with malted scents and a hint of slightly herbaceous caramel.

Charmoy blonde

Brasserie de Charmois (Meuse)

6.5 %/vol

The well-balanced, thirst-quenching Belgian Strong À le type beer. It gives off an excellent frank bitterness enhanced by an agreeable fruitiness.

La Bombarde

Brasserie La Dunoise (Meuse)

6.9%/vol

Syrupy amber beer with a powerful initial malty sensation, finishing on a burst of freshness.

Ardwen Blanche

Brasserie Ardwen (Ardennes)

4.5%/vol

Slightly cloudy lager with a dense creamy foam. On the palate, there’s an impression of lightness that’s given off along with some lovely hints of cereal.

Duchesse de Lorraine

Brasseurs de Lorraine (Meurthe-et-Moselle)

5.5%/vol

This beer owes its red colour and beige foam to the utilisation of four varieties of malt. As for its nose, it gives of malt, caramel and dry fruit aromas.

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Brasserie d’Orgemont (Marne)

5.5%/vol

The wheat added during this beer’s brewing process gives it its refreshing, fruity character. Its spicy aromas mixed with citrus fruit scents make this an ideal beer for the summer.

ALL-INCLUSIVE - DISCOVERY OF THE LOCAL BREWERIES'PRODUCTS
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For everyone with an inquisitive mind, wanting to taste the local breweries’products while consuming in a responsible way, the Taverne proposes three beers served in little tasting glasses, for €4 per person.