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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Perhaps they had too much time on their hands. Or they were sick of the sacramental wine. Maybe
it was divine inspiration? We’ll never know for sure. What we do know is that the Hoegaarden monks
were the first to discover the unique recipe for wheat beer around 1445. Today, 9 out of 10 wheat
beers sold in Belgium are from Hoegaarden. Meanwhile, the unique flavour is being appreciated and
awarded throughout Europe, North America, Australia, Singapore and China.
Kirin Ichiban – the premium beer made from premium ingredients, brewed for those who enjoy only the finest. It enhances the happy times with your family and close friends. It also enriches your own time to relax or just be you. This is the premium promise delivered in full by Kirin Ichiban.
Three and a half centuries ago a journey started which, through centuries of passion, dedication, and know-how has led to the milestone of French Art de Vivre that is Kronenbourg 1664. Brasseries Kronenbourg is the first brewer in France and the favorite one: one beer out of three consumed in France is brewed by them, and Kronenbourg 1664 is the number one premium French beer sold around the world.
Pilgrims were always welcome at the Notre Dame de Leffe abbey, and in 1240 the canons decided to build
a brewery for the preparation of a healthy, invigorating beverage. After the French Revolution the abbey
was re-established in 1929. The abbey church was reconstructed on the old farm grounds, as the beautiful
18th-century church had been destroyed. In 1952, Abbbot Nys and Albert Lootvoet decided to once again take
up the brewing tradition of Leffe with its well-guarded recipe and offer a range of delicious Leffe beers.
Today, the Leffe brands are a commitment to honour the traditions which can be traced back to 1240.
Launched in the market in 1935, for over seven decades President has been linked to the
particular form of feeling and being of Dominicans, associating consumption occasions to
big celebrations among friends and developing a real beer culture in our country.
One of Germany’s most successful breweries, Spaten is deeply rooted in Munich’s venerable beer-brewing
tradition, yet it remains modern and dynamic. Spaten has been a leading exporter of German beer for more
than a century, playing a crucial role in establishing the superior worldwide reputation for German beer.
Today people all over the world take pleasure in drinking original Spaten beers, not only in the neighbouring
states of France, Austria and Switzerland, but also in Italy, Spain, Scandinavia and the United States.
If you like a Girl that has a deep golden color, distinctive full-bodied taste and “hoppy” aroma, then the
Lager is for you. Two row spring barley from the south of England, a special strain of yeast, ice-age glacier
water from the “Rotenburger Rinne,”plus hops from the famous “Hallertau Hop Gardens” in southern Germany are
the ingredients that give St.Pauli Girl Lager its unsurpassed quality and taste and keeps you coming back for more.
For those that prefer a non-alcoholic Girl, St. Pauli Non-Alcoholic has a pleasant hop aroma, a well-balanced malt flavor, crisp hop finish and the taste of an imported beer without the alcohol. She’s a pure, high-quality Girl. St. Pauli N.A. is also the 1 Imported Non-Alcoholic Malt Beverage sold in the U.S.
As the second oldest craft brewery in Virginia, Starr Hill has led the way as a pioneer in the industry,
helping to lay the groundwork for the growing craft beer community in the region. They now brew 28,000
barrels of beer each year and their growing selection of beers can be found in 8 states across the
Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions. Starr Hill Brewery remains independent and locally owned, proud
of their past accomplishments while striving to make creative and world-class beer every day.
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