The Beer Museum is very large, and there are special people in the entrance area. It is similar to the security guard who directs the vehicle forward or parking, so as to facilitate our visitors to enter. The museum was rebuilt from an old factory building. It has a well-preserved appearance. It's more modern inside. There are places where beer is tried (paid) and souvenirs are sold.
The origin of Japanese beer, the latitude of wheat is a good wine, order a glass of Hokkaido restriction, there is amazing.
Sapporo's beer manufacturing technology has a long history. It can be seen from the age-sensitive beer barrels placed at the gate. Here, we can understand the history of Sapporo beer, see the whole process of Sapporo beer making, and drink alcohol beer. It's very worthwhile to go!
Sapporo Beer Garden Pioneering Embassy was founded in 1889. It is one of the most representative beer gardens in Sapporo. The exterior walls of ancient buildings are covered with emerald-green mountain tigers. The entrance to the hall is marked with a symbol of Sapporo beer: a red Pentagon and two black bears surrounded by German [BIER GARTEN]. This sign is often seen in Sapporo Beer Garden. In the lobby on the first floor, you can taste all kinds of beer, there is a full reproduction of Sapporo beer early taste [pioneering beer], you can also choose the unique pottery cupped beer here. The original brewing method of beer was completely followed by the production of [pioneering making beer]. Unfiltered raw beer preserves the activity of yeast, has a pure and natural taste and unique fragrance. Because of the strict requirement of fermentation freshness, this special beer can not be tasted except in the Clark Pavilion and Sapporo Factory here. Friends who want to taste Genghis Khan's barbecue can go to the second floor. Large boiling pots, high patios, Genghis Khan barbecue pots in the shape of Hokkaido maps, steaming barbecue and delicious draft beer that have been used since the Dazheng era in Japan. You can't miss them. Next to the Pioneering Embassy of Sapporo Beer Garden is the Sapporo Beer Museum, which opened in December 2004. Here you can learn about the history of Sapporo beer, the brewing process and the fresh beer just made. The price is not very expensive. The museum is free to visit and admission is free.
Sapporo Beer Garden Pioneering Embassy was founded in 1889. It is one of the most representative beer gardens in Sapporo. You can enter here and watch the history of Sapporo Brewery. After you go out, Sapporo Brewery also sells original Sapporo Beer, which is very cheap.
One of the famous scenic spots in Sapporo is the Beer Museum. Hop is really a kind of flower. Forgive me for being shallow. When I came to Japan twice, I thought I would see many Japanese-style buildings, or super-modern buildings, but I didn't realize that there were many European-style buildings. It seems that Japanese people really love European culture.
The museum's visiting sequence is from the top floor to the first floor. First, we can understand the history and brewing process of Sapporo beer, and then we can buy fresh beer just made on the first floor. By the way, there's a tour guide service here, but it's estimated that the commentator's sister didn't follow me because she saw me as a foreigner.