Puli is famous for its brewery, especially for its Shaoxing Jiu. And here there is a museum for brewing. It is quite informative and well organized. On the first floor of the museum, there are shops, where you can of course buy their alcohol. Many...More
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Its is more like a museum which talks about the history of the local Taiwanese wines as well lots of chances for you to try and buy at the market area along with other products as well. If this is not your interest you might...More
I stopped by this place on the way up to Sun Moon Lake and was fascinated by the range of local wines available for sale. This is the 1st time i saw black chicken wine. Didn't even know there is such a wine before. They...More
It's this simple: I love rice wine. I came to Taiwan to BUY expensive rice wine. I approached a vendor here... ...AT THE RICE WINE FACTORY... To buy rice wine and he folded his arms, turned his back and walked out the back of the...More
Other than the history of wine brewing at level 2, it's basically a stopover. Good if you are keen to buy food stuff with alcohol content. I was with 2 young kids, and we were extremely bored after 30 mins. A place you can miss...More
For those who love wine will probably appreciate this place more than i do. 2nd floor shows the history of the brewery culture while 1st floor is occupied by different kinds of shops but mostly are items with wine (ie instant noodle with wine and...More
It's a typical place, top is a simple museum stating a brief history of the brewery culture, below is selling wine and touristy local products. Of course price is also touristy price. Can give it a miss unless you have nothing to do.
There's a tendency in Taiwan to call shops museums. This is a prime example , it's. Shop. Now , it's a shop selling interesting Taiwanese alcohol . It's main cane sugar based , and is pretty good . Worth buying a bottle , will cost...More
There is 2 level at Puli Brewery. Basically I love their Braised Chicken Feet that I've purchased over there! It's nice! At the second level, there are history and more of the plum wine information. This place does not require long hours to visit. Within...More
Not bad as part of a tour stop. Enjoyed sampling the goods and the brief tour. Wish more of the signs had been in English so I could have understood more,, but then I was in Taiwan...