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Aldaris Beer Museum is the most up-to-date museum of beer in the Baltics and the very first one in Latvia. It is located in the historic neighborhood of Aldaris in the outskirts of Riga, in Sarkandaugava. The beer museum welcomed its first visitors...more
We commuted over half an hour one way via public transportation to visit the beer museum which had collected a lot of praise here, only to find out it was closed when we got there. We had checked the museum's website earlier that morning and...More
As beer lovers from Belgium, this was an interesting museum to visit. We got to know everything there is to know about beer. The museum has a refreshing atmosphere and after the tour there was a tasting that was included. We got three beers per...More
It was a nice brewery some time ago, now only a place for workshops, beer shop and a museum. Business workshops are nice, lots of rooms, places for presentation, and food is also good. Sadly that beer is now brewed in EE and the production...More
It was as tasty and interesting as it is in the desription on their website (excellent!). What made it very special, was beer somelier Andris, who made us feeling that he is telling and showing us "a bit more" than he usually does. We also...More
Went here a few months ago, great tour (we were the only ones), and lovely selection of beers to try at the end. Partner is gluten free and they helpfully provided cider at no extra cost. Would definitely recommend.
Myself and my wife visited whilst in Riga. It is a little hard to find and not the biggest place. However it gives a good insight into the brewing process and you get to try the latest craft beers. There is a shop as well...More
We were lucky (or clever enough?) to visit the Aldaris brewery and beer mueum on a time of day when we were just about alone, a Thursday morning. You get here very easily by taking the tram no 5 from central Riga. The museum is...More
This place is open on Mondays. If you're unsure just ask the hotel staff to call. Tram 5 from the opera is how we got there.
They were refurbishing the bar and the reception so we got a discount. The museum itself is quite small,...More