Harbin Beer Museum
Founded in 1900 by Jan Wróblewski, a German man from Poland, Harbin Beer is China’s oldest beer brand. After more than 100 years of operation, Harbin Beer opened the Harbin Beer Museum to showcase the unique history of Harbin beer production. Explore Harbin had the chance to visit it soon after its opening, and despite its somewhat inconvenient location in an industrial area outside of Harbin, it was well-done and worth visiting. The first floor of the museum delves into the history of beer production in Harbin, featuring explanations of early brewing processes, recreations of old Harbin streets, and a pictorial history of Harbin. On the second floor of the museum you can take a peek inside the Harbin Beer factory before continuing on to the rest of the exhibits. The rest of the second floor contains sports memorabilia and photographs from athletes sponsored by Harbin beer as well as interactive sports activities. On the third floor you can enjoy a complimentary cold class of Harbin beer by showing your entrance ticket.
Address: 哈尔滨市平房区月华路与春晖路交叉口（The intersection of Yuehua Road and Chunhui Road, Pingfang District)
Hours: 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Tuesday-Sunday (Closed Mondays)
If you are interested in visiting the Harbin Beer Museum, sign up for our Harbin Beer Museum Tour. No need to worry about finding transportation to this museum, located in an industrial area outside of Harbin. We’ll arrange everything for you–all you have to do is relax and enjoy a cold glass of beer.