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Till the late sixties of last century, a shower was considered a luxury not every house in the city had. People washed themselves in the sink and once a week in a tub. As an addition, they visited a community bathhouse once a month where they could take a shower for little money. You could find these bathhouses all around town, but especially in the parts with a lot of older worker’s houses, like Amsterdam-East.
When the brewing hobby of founder Kaspar turned into a regular business the brewery moved to the former bathhouse - as this location was ideal with a lot of existing piping which is essential when brewing beer.
If you look closely you can even find some references to this time. Behind one of our fermentation tanks you can find the original tiles and soap dishes. And above the main entrance you can see two separate entrance signs, one for men and one for women.
Of course you can visit our pub between 2pm and 8pm.
But for a look inside our brewery you can always take a guided tour for only 5 euro 50.
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, an English language tour starts at 3.30pm, followed by a Dutch one at 4pm. Tickets are only available at the bar on the day itself, booking in advance is not possible.