Maximiliaan, Amsterdam

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  • Maximiliaan
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    Going to the brewpub "Maximiliaan"
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    Maximiliaan

    by sim1 Updated Jan 16, 2003

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    Going to the brewpub


    During the VT-meeting in Amsterdam we went to this pub/brewery : the Maximiliaan. In the picture you can see the group get into the pub.

    From left to right : Mirella (Mirellaboer), Roelien (Nighthawk), Sandra (SandravdP), Salman (Capricorn) and Peter (PeterV)

    I had a great time here and the beer tasted good.... hahaha, If I can trust on the opinion of the other VT'ers. I am not a beer lover myself, so I let the tasting of it up to them :-)

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    Maximiliaan: Home made beer

    by Mique Updated Oct 25, 2002

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    A bar where they brew their own beer and where the huge tanks are part of the entourage of the bar. You can get some insight in the brewery process as well. Last time i was there they had 6 different homemade beers available.

    Open noon-2am Thu-Sat, 3pm-1am Tue-Wed, closed Mon.

    Related to:
    • Beer Tasting

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  • Maximiliaan Brewery: Maximiliaan Brewery

    by Pavle Written Sep 8, 2002

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    Maximilaian's is one of two microbreweries in Amsterdam. Maximillian's offers decent bar food and great special beers, all brewed on the premises.Both staff and guests are friendly, providing a good base from which to plan your night out on the town.

    Dress Code: Maximiliaan, like most of Amsterdam's watering holes lacks anything resembling a dress code.

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    At the site of the former...

    by Jeroen020 Updated Aug 25, 2002

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    At the site of the former medieval Bethani├źn Monastery now stands Amsterdams Brouwhuis Maximiliaan. Meeting point of tradition and technique. The hand-hammered copper kettles in the brewery create a unique atmosphere for all beer aficionados. Various kinds of natural, unpasteurised and unfiltered beer are brewed according to traditional methods. Apart from the nice bar, where copper pipes lead the beer from the home brewery to the taps, Maximiliaan houses a restaurant and a Tasting Bar.

    Dress Code: No Dresscode!

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