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Whether you are a beer lover or not, it's seem to be a MUST visit while travelling to QingDao.
The VIP package is absolutely worth it, especially if you would like to tasting the 6 kind of difference brew, the souvenir come with the package...More
We payed 200rmb to skip the queues and do the VIP tour. The museum provided us with an English speaking tour guide who spoke very good English and was well clued up on everything we asked.
The VIP package gets you the tour, 2 souvenirs...More
Germans brought brewing to Qingdao in the late 1800s. The museum celebrates that heritage with an impressive display highlighting the Chinese art of brewing. Inexpensive and enlightening, it’s a nice way to spend an hour.
I personally don't drink beer but I quite like my visit though it can't compare to my visit to the Guinness factory in Ireland.
This visit was informative and they too offer a free beer. The souvenir shop was big and when you exist you...More
I am not a beer drinker at all. But this is a simple tour for anyone who likes a brief introduction to the process of beer making. The steps are not easiest to navigate. The number of tourists unending. However the company true to make...More
Buy the ticket which gives some beer tasting. Well laid out. Does not explain why Tsingtao is called such when the place is Qingdao - but we found out this was due to the postal system in China being run by the French who called...More
A visit to Tsingtao Beer Museum will not disappoint. There are a range of different priced entry tickets offering different experiences. We took a guided package with additional tastings which was well worth the entry price. A must for beer enthusiasts!!
Happened to go on a very hot day and so the first part of the museum which had little air con and lots of people was quite uncomfortable but the second part was much better. Very unusual to see at the end every guest receives...More