What beers are popular in Europe?

Your go-to beer order in 11 European countries

  • ① Austria: Stiegl. If you ever feel old, remember this: This Salzburg brewery has been around since 1492.
  • ② Czech Republic: Pilsner Urquell.
  • ③ Denmark: Carlsberg.
  • ④ England: Carling.
  • ⑤ France: Kronenbourg 1664.
  • ⑥ Greece: Mythos.
  • ⑦ Italy: Peroni.
  • ⑧ Ireland: Harp.

What is Euro lager?

The Euro Dark Lager is amber to brown in color, full bodied, and malt forward in aroma and taste with a hop background to balance it. Inspired by the classic German dark beer styles, Euro Dark Lager’s are malty, caramely, balanced, and crisp.

What is the best European lager?

Top Rated Beers: Lager – European Pale

Sorted by weighted rank (not shown). Ratings
1 Landbier Schilling Beer Co. 78
2 Coolship Lager OEC Brewing (Ordinem Ecentrici Coctores) 93
3 Idyll Days Pilsner Brewery Ommegang 42
4 Pure Brewed Organic Lager Beer Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster) 1,192

What’s the number 1 selling beer in the world?

Budweiser Budwiser is currently the most-valued beer brand worldwide and, according to Statista, was valued at $14.65 billion dollars in 2020.

What is the #1 selling beer?

Bud Light
Bud Light from the Anheuser-Busch InBev Brewery is america’s best selling beer brand with it’s natural light flavour by restaurants in 2020.

What is European style beer?

Sometimes referred to as a “Dortmunder export,” the European-Style Export has the malt-forward flavor and sweetness of a German-style helles, but the bitter base of a German-style pilsener. This lager is all about balance, with medium hop character and firm but low malt sweetness.

What is similar to Peroni?

Peroni, Nastro Azzurro, Moretti, Angelo Poretti, and Menabrea may not be 100% Italian brands, but they have production sites in our country and they provide jobs for many Italians.

What is Dutch beer?

Famous Dutch beer brands today include Heineken, Amstel, Grolsch, Bavaria, Brand, and Hertog Jan. In addition, local breweries brew countless specialty beers. You can taste them at the brewery or go to one of the many beer pubs dotted throughout the country.