Beer from the mainland

Beer-brewing on mainland China is relatively new, and there are only a few active breweries. Perhaps as the Chinese economy becomes more capitalistic, the art of brewing will become as mainstream as it is in the western countries. The thumbnail photomicrograph below provides a link to the only Chinese beer in our collection.

Tsingtao - Brewed from domestically-grown hops, imported Australian yeast and barley, and spring water from the Laoshan mountain area, Tsingtao is a well-balanced malty pilsner.

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