enjoyed the tour..very nformative, the fresh beer tasted very good..you should try drunken house at the end of the museum tour.....
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Most memorable moment is in the way out, the room which let you feel the drunk! Other than that, the sort of 4D explanation of brewing is fun, but as we didn't get any tour guide for the visit, it's not so attractive as other...More
Tsingtao Museum had some good displays about the history of the brewery. Another section about the beer making process had good English displays. The third part allowed visitors to walk through their production area. One disappointing part was the sampling hat wasn't too generous despite...More
A very reasonably priced venue (80 RMB for the tour plus 1 hour of free beer drinking - with a sausage). The museum is organized, iformative and interactive (though some exhibits were broken). The site is well maintained especially when compared to the hilariously inept...More
Our visit to the Qingdao Beer Museum is the best and most memorable to us. We visited this place with my children ( 2 teenage boys &. 1 daughter in 20s). Just the name Beer Museum, stirred the curiosity of my children , so we...More
Well worth a trip down Beer a Street with its numerous bars and restaurants. Beer barrels on the pavements and locals filling up their carrier bags with the local brew. The museum is a must taking you right through from the beginning to the end...More
I visited the museum on my own and it was very easy to have an understanding of the company and its history. I got the ticket that included a unlimited beer for one hour and a snack, it was tasty and is worthy for the...More
Very nice and professional. With english explanations available. Some European Museums should take an example of how to make an attractive and modern museum. Spent 2 very interesting hours there. 2 free beers included.
Walked through the old section which is now the museum and the new section that still manufactures beer in a commercial scale. The museum presented the historical information from the founding of the brewery by the Germans to to-date, a joint private and government owned...More