Bass Brewery


Bass is a full-flavored English ale that is still brewed according to its original recipe.
English malts, aromatic hops and water rich in essential salts and minerals combine to give
Bass its slight burnt roast aroma and high-quality, full-bodied flavor. The original English
Pale Ale and England’s first trademark, Bass has been embraced by trail-blazers since 1777.


Beck’s is renowned for uncompromising quality. It is brewed today, as it was in 1873, with a
rigorous brewing process and a recipe using only the best 100% natural ingredients – hops,
water, barley and malt. Beck’s adheres to the strictest quality standards, consistent with
the German Reinheitsgebot (Purity Law), and enjoys wide popularity in almost 90 countries.



Boddingtons a medium-bodied English pale ale renowned for its golden color, distinctive
creamy head, smooth body and easy drinking character. It has a creamy, malty and slightly
sweet flavor and features a clean, pleasant aftertaste. In 1992, Boddingtons introduced
the widget can and was one of the first beers to use this technology.

Carlsberg beer

Copenhagen, Denmark

The establishment of the Carlsberg Laboratory in 1875 marked Carlsberg as the world’s first
large industrial enterprise to invest heavily in research and innovation. Even more revolutionary,
anything discovered at the lab was freely shared with the whole brewing industry. The same applied
to yeast, which was distributed from the yeast tower at Carlsberg up until 1988. As JC used to say,
there’s nothing to fear from your competitors when you brew probably the best beer in the world.

Crabbie’s Ginger Beer


It takes taste and imagination to create a drink so delicious that it stands the test
of time. The roots of the distinctive Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer stretch all the
way back to 1801. John Crabbie capitalized on the nearby port of Leith, Edinburgh,
providing him access to ingredients from many nations. He sourced the finest ginger
and exotic spices; starting a legacy that would last for generations to come.


České Budějovice, Czech Republic

Good beer has been brewed in Bohemia since time immemorial. Therefore,
when founding the city České Budějovice in Bohemia (Czech Republic) in
1265, the Czech king Přemysl Otakar II did not fail to also grant to its
burghers the brewing rights, i.e., the right for malting, brewing,storing
and selling beer at their homes. In the following centuries, the local
beer became so famous because of its quality that it gained loyal customers
in imperial and royal courts. In the course of the centuries, small home
breweries were disappearing and the beer was brewed in even larger facilities.
On 15 April 1895, Český akciový pivovar was founded, whose current successor,
B.B.N.P. brewery,carries on the local brewing tradition.

Daura Damm

Barcelona, Spain

The world’s most award-winning gluten-free beer, Daura was launched in 2006 and has since been
recognized as the best gluten-free beer obtaining the most prestigious, world renowned awards.

Estrella Damm

Barcelona, Spain

Over 140 years ago, young master brewer August Kuentzmann Damm emigrated from Alsace with his wife
Melanie, fleeing the Franco-Prussian War. The journey took them to the Mediterranean coast where
they settled down to make their dream come true: brewing beer. They set up their own brewery and
created a beer that was adapted to the Mediterranean climate. Lighter than central European beers
more suited to cold climates, we know it as the Mediterranean lager beer.

Estrella Jalisco


Estrella Jalisco is made with more than 100 years of tradition in each drop. It is brewed to create the most refreshing blend of aroma and taste using traditional ingredients that make it the pride of Jalisco. Meant to be enjoyed and shared with friends, discover what makes Estrella Jalisco the true, authentic Mexican beer.