Please learn the following requirements
While visiting the brewery the following terms and safety rules must be accepted:
Individual visitors confirm by signing a document (LA-pe-01) provided by the guide their acceptance of the safety rules.
Group visitors: The leader of the group submits to the guide list of group visitors and confirms by signing the form (LA-pe-01) that all participants are fit and commit themselves to strongly adhere to the safety rules mentioned below.
You are welcome to book a group guided tour (group minimum 10 people)
Tour conducted in Latvian language.
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Health status of the visitors
According to the Cabinet Regulations No 494 (of 27.11.2001), you are NOT allowed to enter the factory premises for a visit if you have any of the symptoms or health conditions listed below:
- Fever, increased body temperature,
- Sore throat,
- Skin rash,
- Damaged skin in open areas of the body (burns, wounds, boils or furuncles, and etc.),
- Conjunctivitis or other eye infections, ear or nasal discharge
People under influence of alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicating substances are strictly forbidden to visit the brewery/ to participate on the guided tour.
Animals are not permitted.
The leader of the group provides and takes responsibility for:
- Organization of the group, respect of discipline, acceptance of the safety and security rules according to the existing legislation, and respect of internal rules of the brewery;
- Every person in a group being cautious, while moving around during the tour;
- Strict following by all group members the authorized route without deviation.
Responsibility for children:
- Responsibility for children of preschool age is completely undertaken by the parents accompanying the child, or the leader of the group;
- Teachers accompanying the group or the leader of the group undertake responsibility for school children.
While being on a guided tour it is strictly forbidden:
- To touch and to approach production equipment and machines in “on” mode;
- To touch technology equipment, especially, start-up buttons;
- To run or play around while moving within or between factory premises, corridors and stair wells.