The beer museum is located across the six floors of the former malt tower at A. Le Coq's 1898 brewery building. The exhibition speaks of the history of beer, from the beer culture of Ancient Egypt up to today. Here you can see homebrew gear and old industrial brewing equipment, hear about the profession of the brewer and the drinking habits of students. You can taste the product that went directly to the Tzarina's table, as proven by a letter from the Winter Palace. Other exhibits include the factory's own money and medals from world fairs.
An excursion to the A. Le Coq beer museum includes a visit to the ultra-modern factory and ends with a tasting of A. Le Coq products in the museum's pub.