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Q: is the tsingtao beer musuem worth visiting?

Yes, I like drinking tsingtao as much as the next, but is the museum worth visiting?

10 years 34 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Qingdao

 
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It’s worth going once to have gone. Entrance is 50rmb and that comes with a few swigs of free beer. The best souvenir to get in the gift centre (and maybe the reason to go to the museum at all) is a tsingdao bottle label with your face put on it.

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I heard a lot people saying that it's worth. At least once. They have a room that makes you feel drunk even it you're not.

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10 years 31 weeks ago
 
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It's a must-see attraction if you are in Qingdao. It's an old brewery and you can also visit their production line and have an chance to tase the fresh brew!

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10 years 31 weeks ago
 
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Yes, particularly if you get drunk first.

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10 years 27 weeks ago
 
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If you're in Qingdao, it's worth visiting. It's interesting, plus they give you free beer!

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10 years 19 weeks ago
 
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The beer tasting room makes it worth it.  However, fresh Qingdao will make it so the bottled stuff never tastes the same for you.

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10 years 11 weeks ago
 
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The unpastuerized tsingtao is really good. 

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10 years 11 weeks ago
 
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no

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10 years 2 weeks ago
 
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not sure, I think a better question would be is tsingtao beer worth drinking? I find it tastes like watered down beer..

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If you happent to be in Qingdao, yes. I wouldn't go out of my way to go there for it though.

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10 years 2 days ago
 
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Any museum is worth it to visit....I've never really been to a beer museum but the other museums I've been to both here and NewYork were all amazing. It's something to do and you can learn new things. BTW thanks for mentioning this because I do like to go to museums. From reading what Jack said I think I will take a look if I ever happen to cross that path. Yes it is!

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visit in off season , not during beer festival or holidays, very hard to get a ticket then.

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