Without any doubt, the number one alcoholic beverage in the world is beer. Ancient civilizations already appreciated the beverage, and more specific, its effects. Medieval monks knew everything about beer production. Today, beer is consumed and produced in almost any country in the world. So which are the top 10 beer producing countries by volume?
Now that we know what the biggest beer brands are, let’s take a look at the consumers side. After water and tea, beer is the third most consumed drink worldwide. Beer is produced by the saccharification of starch and fermentation of the resulting sugar, creating an alcoholic beverage. It is believed to be subject in one of the first recorded writings in history. And in 1516, William IV, Duke of Bavaria, adopted the Reinheitsgebot, possibly the first food-quality regulation. Today, the beer brewing industry is a global business with a worth of approximately 300 billion dollars annually. But where can we find the biggest beer lovers? Which countries have the highest beer consumption? Here they are, ranked and listed by liters per capita! Cheers!
Sure, we love a beer, even when it has a weird name. And we’re obviously not alone. Beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world. So when it comes to volume in barrels, what are the biggest beer brands of the world? Find out in our next list! Cheers!
nb one barrel is 117 liters or 4 months of beer
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There’s nothing that will cool you down after a hard day’s work better than a nice beer. Most beer brands are household names: Heineken, Budweiser, Beck’s, the beers we all know and love. But did you know there’s some oddly named brewskis out there? Here’s a top-10 list of our favorite bizarrely branded beers.
Iceland. It’s not just cool. It’s chilling cool. But fortunately, it’s volcanic. So you can find a lot of warm water wells where you can sit and relax with a cool beer in your hand damping in some kind of natural hot tub. And if the Eyjafjallajökull volcano is quiet, there are many airliners that’ll be happy to bring you to Reykjavik, the capital. But there’s so much more fun to find in this marvellous isolated Atlantic island. Why not spending a night in Fjarðabyggð? Just call 470 9000…. Here’s our top 10 of biggest cities in Iceland!