介绍了现代啤酒产业在中国的西方国家。据史料记载,1900年,俄罗斯人在哈尔滨建立Ulubulevskij啤酒厂作为最早对中国土壤啤酒厂。1903年,英国和德国商人英德合作共同建立了啤酒有限公司(哈尔滨啤酒厂的前任)啤酒生产能力约为300吨。在1916年,它被转移到一家日本企业,Bakushu株式会社Jouzou,熊年产量3000吨。在1945年,它被操作的共和国。半个世纪以来,从1900年到1949年,中国只成立了一打啤酒在哈尔滨啤酒厂,北京、沈阳、上海、烟台、广州和其他地区与年产量约30000吨。1949 – 1978年期间,通过复苏阶段,独立的发展阶段和发展阶段,啤酒生产增长缓慢。然而,中国啤酒行业取得了重大的发展只有在十年之后,1979年的年增长率超过30%。在1980年代,中国啤酒啤酒厂突然迅速在中国。
至于北京地区,前革命(1965 – 1976),北京有两个啤酒啤酒厂,包括北京啤酒厂。1941年,樱花Bakushu株式会社建造了一个啤酒厂占地160000平方米的土地。四年后日本投降后,国民党接管了,然后把它卖给一家私人公司。生产一年最多只有约200吨。新中国成立后,糖工业管理局轻工业部接管了啤酒厂新名称下北京啤酒厂和北京啤酒在1953年开始生产。另一个是北京Shuanghesheng啤酒厂由中国民族资本家。介绍了啤酒酿造的大部分机器从德国和任命一位捷克,Raoxi联欢晚会,担任首席技师。1916年,第一批“五星啤酒”
Modern beer industry in China was introduced from the western countries. According to historical records, in 1900 the Russians established Ulubulevskij Beer Brewery in Harbin as the earliest beer brewery on Chinese soil. In 1903, the British and German merchants jointly established the Anglo-German Brewery Co. Ltd (as the predecessor of Harbin Beer Brewery) with beer production capacity of about 300 tons. In 1916, it was transferred to a Japanese enterprise, Bakushu Kabushiki Kaisha Jouzou, with annual bear production of 3000 tons. In 1945, it was taken over by the Republic of China for operation. For half a century from 1900 to 1949, China only founded a dozen of beer breweries in Harbin, Beijing, Shenyang, Shanghai, Yantai, Guangzhou and other regions with annual production of about over 30,000 tons. During 1949-1978, through recovery stage, independent development stage and self-development stage, the beer production grew slowly. However, Chinese beer industry achieved significant development only during the ten years after 1979 with an annual growth of over 30%. In 1980s, Chinese beer breweries sprang out rapidly across China.
As for Beijing area, before the Revolution（1965-1976）, Beijing had two beer breweries, including Beijing Beer Brewery. In 1941, Sakura Bakushu Kabushiki Kaisha built a beer brewery covering 160,000 m2 of land. After Japan surrendered four years later, Kuomintang took it over and then sold it to a private company. The production was only about 200 tons at most a year. Upon founding of new China, the Sugar Industrial Administration of the Ministry of Light Industry took over the brewery under a new name to Beijing Beer Brewery and started to produce Beijing Beer in 1953. The other was Beijing Shuanghesheng Beer Brewery operated by Chinese national capitalists. It introduced most of the machinery for beer production from Germany and appointed a Czechs, Raoxi Gala, as Chief Technician. In 1916, the first batch of “Five-Star Beer” came into being.