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Not too impressive outside but its inside that counts. Great job highlighting China's beer history. If your into beer its worth a visit. Displays were interesting and you get to drink newly brewed beer at the end seemingly as much as you want.
1st day tour after lunch was a visit to China Beer Museum in Guangzhou.
Surrounded by green trees, the museum is a modern architecture complex with three floors. The first floor is featured with a large bronze pot. Also you will see a statue of...More
The Museum itself is quite small but the venue is amazing on Party Pier. Great views of the Pearl River. Also 50 RMB for all you can drink beer with the museum fee! So you cant complain much about that.
Not worth visiting. The exhibits there are very basic and similar to what we can see elsewhere also. Nothing extraordinary. The only good thing is that you get unlimited beers (which though is not tasty).
This museum, established in 2008, was a joint collaboration by Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery Co., Ltd. and Belgian InBev S.A. it is located within the factory area of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery Co., Ltd. The 3-storey museum building covers area of 10,000 sqm. Always open: Mon-Fri 0830...More
Unlimited beer until closing what more could you want from a beer museum?
If you do want more - the exhibits are quite dry and yeah you will probably be around it in 15 minutes, but there is a little added bonus of being able...More
Certainly the worst beer museum I have ever visited. Not much to see, some old (1980's) equipment, some beer posters and photos of people involved in the expansion of the brewery over the past 30 years or so. We got there at 3:45, saw the...More