Listed on the Polish Architectural Heritage list (a protected status that prohibits tearing down a building), this red-brick complex was built in 1895 specifically to supply 1L (34 oz.) of vodka per day to the 120,000 Russian soldiers based at this outpost. Aside from its own labels, the plant also had contracts with brands like Finlandia. Production halted in 2007, and the facility is gradually being transformed into a cultural center. It leases space to shops, art galleries, a theater, and a restaurant. You're free to kick about the forlorn grounds and the storage area now used as exhibition halls. To access the bottling section, book a day in advance for a weekday tour that includes vodka sampling and snacks of cold cuts and bread.