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The original hall contains 3 original copper vats on the lower lever and one on the upper level is the main attraction in itself. All of the machines as well as walls materials, floors and ceilings are original, imported from Germany. It was the most technologically advanced brewery in its day, continually updated and used until 2001.

Zone 2 has 7 main and sub-stations displaying different topics. The first, a sub-station at the top of the stairs, show copies of the original documents presented at the opening ceremony of the brewery on 7 July 1934, presided over by His Royal Highness The Prince Narisara Nuwattiwong. The original letter is in the archive of the prince's descendants at Plai Nern Palace.
Prince Naris Letters
Display of documents from the opening ceremony of Boon Rawd Brewery in 1934, among other letters and old bottle openers
There are 4 main stations displaying the following topics: 1) The First Steps - stories and photographs of the building of the brewery and model; 2) Esteem Honours - our linkage with Thailand's Monarchs, notably Kings Rama VI and VII; 3) Photograph Archive of the Old Brewery - highlights of the Singha Family or employees of the company in the old days; and 4) Continuous Expansion - Videos of the company's beer production facilities around Thailand.
Zone 2 Displays Beer Production Explained
Left: Four Display Stations run along the windows, with the Chao Praya River as the backdrop; Right: The beer making process explained through this machine made by young university students, with the three model vats mimicking the real vats in the hall's main floor
Panorama of Zone 2
The panorama of Zone 2
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