"Museum of Beer and Moonshine".
During this time, the ethno-museum was visited by tourists from different parts of Ukraine. So, let's tell what is in the institution, who created it and why and how to get there.
Beer mugs and glasses from different times and from many countries of the world, devices for the production of beer and moonshine, books on these topics, raw materials from which the foamy drink was born — all this and much more can be seen in the ethno-museum.
The idea to create a museum came to Vasyl Kozhan, a Poltava restaurateur and brewer, a long time ago. He nursed her for 7 years, collected exhibits, traveled to many countries, where he learned about the traditions of brewing and home brewing. Some exhibits were brought by people themselves, knowing Vasyl Yukhymovich's passion for antiquity and themes.
— Mykhailo Vasyliovych Abaza lived on the territory of Abazivka — a very wealthy man who had a brewery, a brewery, — says Vasyl Kozhan, the owner of the museum and brewery. — He did a lot for the village of Abazivka. Taras Shevchenko came there, they were sitting there, that's where the church is now in the village — there was a burning room. And I wanted to revive it all.