13 Ochakovo Beer Museum

Ochakovo Beer Museum

Posted on October 8, 2011 by

‘Ochakovo’ is a beer production company founded in 1978 in Moscow in order to provide the guests of the 1980 Summer Olympics with beer and kvass. Last week ‘Ochakovo’ museum celebrated its bithday. At the party they told and showed their guests how they produced beer.

Street exhibits of the museum.

To watch the beer and kvass production process, everyone should put on overalls and specaial caps.

These are bottles-to-be.


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13 Responses to “Ochakovo Beer Museum”

  1. historian says:

    alcoholic kvas is an epic win!

  2. geoff says:

    Do the workers get a couple of free beers at lunch time.

  3. Ham are sick, Al says:

    Ochikovskiy Kvass is available in a few stores in Calgary.

  4. OLUT says:

    Happy birthday, beer!

  5. YJ says:

    This brand is actually exported to the United States. My local Russian store sells these.

  6. Mr. Fox says:

    Everybody love ethanol! XD

  7. Mister Dog says:

    When you of Russia and alcohol, beer certainly isn’t what comes to mind. I’d like to try some.

  8. SSSR says:

    I like Bagbier and Boyka beers,and also Bud.

  9. Matlok says:

    Somebody clue me in, whats the difference between beer and kvas?

  10. Jozo says:

    yay! beer! :-D

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