Panaji, Sep 26 (PTI): Bottles of feni dating back to 1950s, glassware used to serve the drink, old wooden dispensers and measuring equipment catch one’s eyes during a visit to the one-of-its-kind museum dedicated to the art of brewing the cashew-made liquor in Goa. The museum’s owner and local entrepreneur, Nandan Kudchadkar, asserts that they do not promote the habit of liquor consumption, but the gallery has been set up to showcase the unique and rich legacy of brewing feni in the coastal state. He claims it to be the first museum in the world dedicated to history of brewing alcohol. The ‘Museum of Alcohol’, set up in 1,300 sq ft area on a busy lane connecting the tourism hub of Sinquerim and Candolim in North Goa’s beach belt, about 10 km from Panaji, provides a glimpse into the past and present of the state’s famous brew ‘feni’, made out of cashew apples. On display in four rooms inside the museum are various old mud pots, measuring equipment from the 16th century which were used while serving feni, an antique wooden shot dispenser, a ‘garv’ (scale) used to measure the potency of feni and a rare crystal Australian beer glass sourced from Russia.