진짜로 맥주가 제작되는걸 볼 수 있어서상상력을 자극하는 공간이다. 필수코스
Come to Qingdao and really suggest to come to the second brewery to see the pure production line. After all, besides seafood, Qingdao Beer should be regarded as a famous brand in Qingdao. Tickets are not expensive, but also free to drink authentic draft beer, visit the factory, is absolutely not a worthwhile trip.
Qingdao Beer Museum is the only beer museum in China, with an exhibition area of more than 6000 square meters. The museum was set up in the old factory building and equipment of Qingdao Beer a hundred years ago. With the centennial history and technological process of Qingdao Beer as the main line, it condenses the development history of Chinese beer industry and Qingdao Beer. It integrates cultural history, production process, beer entertainment, shopping and catering. It has the characteristics of tourism knowledge, Entertainment and participation, and embodies the world view. Wild, national characteristics, cultural concepts that penetrate history and blend life. When we visited three of us, the museum gave us six glasses of cold beer, three bags of beer beans and beer. I drank them all by myself. It was very refreshing! It's worth seeing!
In fact, many people go for raw pulp, and I am no exception. The raw pulp is really delicious, and the second cup is not the original pulp on the first floor. Museum A is simply to see, the raw material exhibition area of Museum B malt can also taste, there are staff at the side of the electric frying pan fried malt. There is also a doctor spilling wine is very interesting, projection, feel the water mist is spray, there is a beer cabin, feel dizzy, spin around. It's still good.
The history of Tsingtao Beer is well illustrated. It is full of pictures and texts, as well as the machines that were built at that time. A glass of Qingdao original liquor and a glass of Qingdao pure, real Qingdao beer are worth tasting. There are also various seafood beer stalls at the entrance. After shopping, you can eat nearby.
Coming to Qingdao is worth visiting. The environment is very good.
Those who bought student tickets at that time could visit factories, see the beer production process, explain how to brew wine with pictures and text, imitate people, introduce some old history and so on, as well as the first Siemens machine, display all kinds of wine bottles, and get a glass of beer and a small bag of peanuts free of charge. That peanut is super delicious. Ha-ha.
It was a great trip, just because the National Day was full of people.