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One of the largest regional producers of beer in Poland has made available to visitors a unique exhibition located in the vaults of the former monastery of the Reformers Order. For many years it housed the Old Brewery, and now the company's headquarters are located here. The exhibition makes it possible to get acquainted with the secrets of the beer production process and presents the rich history of the brewery and associated characters. The sightseeing program provides, among others a visit to the former beer cellar combined with tasting of local products.The origins of the brewery date back to the first half of the 19th century. Entrepreneur Karol Rudolf Vetter acquired then destroyed post-monastery buildings, with the intention of adapting them to the brewery. He put his bold idea into practice and quickly began to be successful, because the innovative fermentation technology he used allowed to store and transport the brewed Bavarian beer for a long time. At the beginning of the 20th century, the wealthy Jew Hersz Jojna Zylber founded the Steam Brewery Jeleń, which also quickly gained deserved recognition. These two excellent Lublin factories gave birth to Perła - Lublin Brewerie S.A., which prides itself on having the prestigious ISO 22000 certificate, confirming the high quality of the company's products.