Brewery sights in Poland
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The town of Tychy has been famous for its beer for four centuries, and a tour of the Tyskie Browary Książęce is well worth a stopover. The tours last about 2½ hours and include a visit to the Tychy Brewing Museum (Tyskie Museum Piwowarstwa) and, of course, a beer tasting in the pub. They are free and conducted in six languages, including English, but you should book in advance by phone or email.
Near the church is the Zwierzyniec Brewery, established in 1806 and still producing excellent beer today, predictably named 'Zwierzyniec'. The brewery itself is not open to visitors, but the small bar at the entrance sure is. It should be mandatory for breweries to be situated in such close proximity to walking trails.