Few people outside China have ever tasted the top-selling brew in the world.
Tsingtao traces its roots to 1903, when a group of Germans and Brits settled in Qingdao, China.
The pilsner has been flowing ever since, and exports to the United States started in 1972.
Tsingtao (pronounced ching-dow) is the most international of Chinese beers, but has a very loyal following in its home country.
The city of Qingdao holds a beer festival each year, an event that gives Munich's Oktoberfest a run for its money.
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