Around the World in 80+ Beers – An Interactive Blog

Summer might not have arrived yet, but with temperatures reaching the late 20s across the UK and Europe, the barbecues are out, the beaches are packed, and the beer gardens are full to capacity!

Fiji Gold Beer – Mamanuca Islands

When the weather is like this, there is nothing better than spending a Sunday afternoon at the local pub with friends and family, and no matter where we have travelled in the world, we have found that when the sun shines the beverage of choice seems to be an ice-cold beer.

Corona – Mexican Style!

With this in mind, we decided to create a list of beers we have tried and tasted in the countries we have visited around the world, and would love all our beer loving blogger friends to add to our list below.

  • Anguilla – Amstel
  • Antigua – Wadadli
  • Argentina – Quilmes
  • Australia – Castlemaine XXXX, VB, Foster, Carlton Blonde
  • Austria – Mohren Bräu, Stiegl, Zipfer, Gösser
  • Bahamas – Kalik, Sands
  • Barbados – Banks
  • Belgium – Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, Leffe, Duvel
  • Bolivia – Paceña, Huari
  • Brazil – Brahma, Skol, Antarctica
  • British Virgin Islands – Carib (brewed in Trinidad)
  • Bulgaria – Kaiser
  • Canada – Carling, Molson Canadian, Labatt Blue
  • Cayman Islands – Caybrew
  • Chile – Cristal
  • China – Tsingtao
  • Columbia – Kokanee
  • Costa Rica – Imperial
  • Ecuador – Club Premium
  • El Salvador – Pilsener, Suprema
  • England – Newcastle Brown Ale, Bass, Worthingtons
  • Fiji – Fiji Bitter, Fiji Gold
  • France – Kronenbourg
  • Germany – Löwenbrau, Paulaner, Erdinger, Warsteiner
  • Gibraltar – Bushy’s Barbary
  • Greece – Mythos
  • Guatemala – Gallo, Victoria, Sol
  • Honduras – Salva Vida, Barena, Port Royal
  • Indonesia – Bintang, Storm
  • Ireland – Guinness, Murphy’s, Harp, Kilkenny’s
  • Italy – Peroni, Nastro Azzuro, Birra Moretti
  • Liechtenstein – Lãndle Gold
Dos Equis – Cabo San Lucas
  • Malaysia – Tiger
  • Malta – Cisk
  • Mauritius – Phoenix, Blue Marlin
  • Mexico – Dos XX, Sol, Corona
  • Nicaragua – Victoria
  • Netherlands – Heineken, Grolsch, Amstel
  • Netherlands Antilles – Amstel bright
  • New Zealand – Lion, Speights, Canterbury, DB, Monteiths
  • Norway – Nøgne
  • Panama – Panama, Atlas
  • Paraguay – Pilsen Dorada
  • Peru – Cusquena
  • Portugal – Super Bock, Cristal
  • Puerto Rico – Medalla Light, Silver Key
  • Scotland – McEwans, Tennents, Caledonian, Auld Rock
  • Singapore – Tiger, Anchor
  • South Africa – Windhoek, Castle, Carling Black Label
  • Spain – San Miguel, Mahou, Tropical, Dorada, Estrella
  • St Kitts – Carib
  • St Lucia – Piton
  • Sweden – Påskol, Crocodile
  • Switzerland – Kronenbourg, Eichhof, Ittinger, Hürlimann
  • Thailand – Chang, Singha
  • United States – Coors, Budweiser, Miller,Samuel Adams
  • Uruguay – Norteña
  • Venezuela – Polar
  • Virgin Islands – Foxys, Tropical Mango
  • Wales – Black Mountain, Tudor
Monteiths – Served by the Jug in Queenstown, New Zealand

When it comes to the UK and the US there are hundreds, if not thousands of beers to add – so please feel free to add as many countries and beers, as you like – cheers!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. ishg says:

    If ever you find yourself in the Philippines, don’t miss out on an ice-cold Red Horse — it has quite the kick!

    1. Thanks for visiting! The Philippines is most definitely on our bucket list so thanks for the tip! We will add Red Horse to our list 🙂

      1. ishg says:

        Here’s another tip — skip Manila and go straight to the islands: Cebu, Bohol, Boracay, Palawan, Calaguas — the beaches are simply gorgeous and there’s no time to spare! :p

  2. impressive list…WOW !

    1. Thank you – still working on it!

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