Brewed by the Germania 55 brewery in upstate São Paulo.
Tried one can, bought three more the same week.
The cans are 710ml, 110ml more than the normal Brazilian bottles, so there is value for the R$4.99 price (on special), that’s about $2.oo.
Great beer, more flavour than the usual Brazilian offerings which tend to be bland. Styled on draught beer from the barrel. One review said it had ‘an odour of soap and sulphur, but tasted okay’. I don’t agree, but then I’m a drinker, not a sniffer. Classed as a Standard American Lager…
More info: etílicos.com In Portuguese
I found these on special at my local store.
Very good lager from the Czech Republic
Lion Brewery Ceylon Ltd
Now one of the most pleasant surprises about any trip to Sri Lanka is that the local Lion beer is amazing. It has such a smooth full bodied flavour that you want to keep ordering another but you cant as they are all strong. It comes in three types. There are two blonde larger beers. One just called Lion Beer at 4.8% alcohol and then Strong Lion Beer at 8.8%. If you like Guinness or British style brown ales then you will love Lion Stout at 8.8%. The Sri Lankan Government place a high excise tax on beer so it is not as cheap as you would expect.
Source: MooreTravelTips Read a little about the history of beer there
So, yes they have beer in Sri Lanka
The Solomon Islands?
Right there, tucked in beside Australia.
There is much on Google about beer from there, so I haven’t got much to show you; except to say that, yes they do have beer.
Morocco is that western most country in North Africa. On one side it the Atlantic Ocean, to the north the Mediterranean Sea and Spain, the west is bounded by Algeria and the south by Western Sahara.
Casablanca and Marrakech have both been made famous in the movies.
It’s fame has led it to be a major tourist attraction.
Which brings us to that question:
Do they have beer in Morocco?