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When you are in Qingdao and like Tsingtao beer it is interesting to do the tour. Well organised and informative. When you pay for the tour you can have a taste of a small glass of lager. At the end is a restaurant where you...More
very interesting history and museum lost of insight into the background behind how the beer came into production, I also go to taste the raw barley and see the production line and at the end of the tour fresh Tsingtao beer straight from the production...More
As a first time visitor from America, I am used to the small boutique breweries, so the magnitude and history of this 100+ year old brewery was fascinating! Great self-guided tour for us...amazing displays, with all in English. The tasting room at the end was...More
The Qingdao beer museum tells you the story of the brewery from establishment by German brewers in 1903 via the twists & turns of 20th century history (the Germans leaving, Japanese occupation, the communist era then life as a private company etc) highlighting the emphasis...More
Being a fan of good beer, We were visiting the museum with no high expectations as we were not keen on Tsingtao's export beer. However,we were to be pleasantly surprised. The brewery tour is very good with a mixture of genuine old brewery and brewing...More
We brought the RMB80.00 entrance ticket which is included 3 small glass of sampler and 1 free raw beer. We learn quite a few thing that we didn't know before about the history and the transformation of this beer beside it was built by the...More
I enjoyed the museum. The actual manufacturing plant was fascinating. They provided 2 free samples of beer in small glasses.
The prices of the souvenirs is about double what you pay at the local shops.