Beer Experiences From Around The World , Part 3

This post is dedicated to all beer lovers. We asked certain travel bloggers to share their beer experience with us and similarly to our latest post on 15 Beer Experiences From Around The World, Part 1 and 15 Beer Experiences from Around The World, Part 2,  we came up with some nice lager recommendations so get yourself ready for a  journey around the World in search of great aroma and best taste of local beers.

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1. Korean beer.

Korean beer

“In my short time in Korea, I have found that the popular beers are just not that great. They taste too sugary and just aren’t for me. However, I have recently come across Queen’s Ale. It is made by one of the big beer companies in Korea (Hite) but has much better and refined taste than Hite itself. Its has a somewhat fruit-like flavor and i highly recommend it if you enjoy ales. Cheers!”

Author: Matt Inman is currently an English teacher in South Korea.  He is dedicated to travel as a means to learn about himself and the world around him.  He recently launched his own travel blog as a way to share his journey in the hopes that he can inspire others to make the leap and begin their own journeys. You can check it out at journeyinman.com.

2. Beer from Kenya.

 Kenya Beer

“Whether enjoying a sundowner on Safari, lazing on a beach or caught up in the frenetic hustle and bustle of Nairobi – Kenya is made for cold beer. As expected the country has its own ubiquitous brand – Tusker. The beer’s slogan is “Bia yangu, Nchi yangu” means “My beer, My country” in Swahili. Tusker Lager is the oldest and most famous beer brand in East Africa. The brand has two main variants – Tusker Lager and Tusker Malt Lager. Tusker Lager is available in a 330ml can, 500ml Euro bottle and a draught format known as Tusker Keg. Tusker Malt Lager is available in a 300ml green bottle. It got its name after one of the founders of Kenya Breweries, George Hurst, was mauled by an elephant while out big game hunting in the 1920’s.”

Author: Rachel of Safari254.

3. Beer from New Zealand.

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Tui is an amber-ish colour, flavorful, but still smooth and I had lots of good times drunk off it while living in New Zealand for a few months.”

Author: Lindsay of TheTravelWorldGuide.

4. Croatian beer.

 Ozujsko Pivo

I love beer, and a chilled bottle of liquid gold always lifts my spirit (pun very much intended). Tasting the local beer is a great and fun way to get to know a country. Last summer I visited the charming town of Dubrovnik in Croatia and got acquainted with Republika Hrvatska’s best selling beer, Ozujsko Pivo, and we got along quite well. This simple, light and easy-to-drink lager cost about $2 and was refreshing in the summer heat. And perhaps Dubrovnik is so breathtaking that it makes everything tastes better. We enjoyed this beer with fresh seafood and while looking out at the beautiful blue sea, as well as while watching life (and people) go by in cafes and squares! There are many reasons I love Dubrovnik and Ozujsko Pivo is one of them.

Author: Nita of Spillingthebeans-ng.

5. Beer from Belarus.

Beer from Belarus

“You don’t hear too much about the beer scene in Belarus (or anything about Belarus, for that matter). This beer is called Nikolayevskoe and is a local brew in Vitebsk, Belarus. I enjoyed it at a bar called Zolotoy Lev in the city of Vitebsk while there in March 2013. To be honest, Belarusian beers surprised me in a very positive way. Already a huge fan of Ukrainian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Russian, and Polish beers, I should have expected no less from Belarus, a country wedged between the five. Belarusian beer is cheap, robust, and always served with a smile. Just kidding about the last one. Maybe. You would have to go there yourself to find out.

Author: Megan Starr is an American globetrotter who has an extreme passion for beer, sports, and obscure locations. Currently residing in Oslo, Norway, she spends much of her time fleeing to locations that can offer a cheaper brew (which is everywhere). She runs and maintains her blog, Meganstarr.com, and also works with content, social media, and business development for Stay.com.

6. German beer.

Kloster Andechs Hell

“On a recent visit to the quirky city of Berlin, we had the best beer drinking experience till date. Tucked in a corner of Tiergarten, next to a beautiful lake, is a sprawling beer garden where tourists and locals get together for a pint (or two) of thirst quenching German beer. My favourite was the Andechs Vollbier Hell – a tangy and classic Bavarian beer  with a light and soft body, perfect for a summery day in Berlin. It has a floral sweetness to it, yet presents a bitter after note, making it a great combination. I am sure there are better beers in the world, but the crisp and cold beer married with the surreal setting was an experience I’ll remember for a long time to come.”

Author: Vid and Savi live in London and save their pennies to travel as often as possible. So far they have driven with zebras in South Africa, been caving in Austria, cavorted with Bedouins in the Sahara, befriended soldiers in Israel, and partied in a nuclear bunker in the Czech Republic- needless to say, they are constantly adding to that list. Explore the amazing photo-journals of their travel and fashion adventures over at their blog, Bruised Passports.

7. Beer from Brussels, Belgium.

brussels beer

“It’s difficult to send a non-blurry picture of night time drinking beer;) I had this Guinness in Delirium, Brussels, Belgium. You can find more things to do in Brussels. When I used to drink, Guinness was my favourite. The black colour and the intense flavour are most disliked by everyone (men and women) and what it makes me like Guinness more and more.  And more sure, no one would swap my beer for an emptier glass or “try to help to finish” as Guinness is not everyone’s taste. A pint of Guinness would usually cost around €3 back in the times.”

Author: Noelfy used to be a girl who dreamed with traveling the world. That was 20 years ago. Now she is making her dreams true. Animal lover and in love with the nature, dislikes the routine, refuses to have a “normal” life and has already visited +64 countries in less than 27 years and still counting. Working as a Flight Attendant, Cruise Ship Hostess or whatever that allows her to travel for free. She has the “no limits” attitude and wants to encourage people to break down limits and travel the world with no fear! Next adventure for April 2014 is to give birth to a future generation of world traveler, Pandita!

8. Beer from Japan.

Beer from Japan

“Japan loves it’s dry beer and Kirin, which translates as Giraffe in Japanese, is one of their favorites. Despite being mass produced, it’s high quality and refreshing flavor can be experienced through every can, bottle, or tap. In this way, it epitomizes Japanese culture, where every company strives to create the perfect product. Kirin goes especially well with Japanese food such as Sushi, Okonomiyaki, and Don Buri. It easily washes down rice and cleanses the palate.  And after two or three of these 750ml jugs, you’re ready to try just about anything. Did you say live octopus? Bring it on! Lobster brain sack filled with blood? Sure! And when you finally make it out of the drink buffet, bar, or restaurant, you’ve got the confidence to sing your heart out at Karaoke. So if you’re heading to Japan, definitely give Kirin a try. “

Author: When Leif was 16 he ran away from home and explored much of Europe and the Middle East without a dime. He is currently working on a book about this journey as he continues to  travel around the world. Through his experiences, advice and adventures, he hopes to prepare, empower, and inspire others to travel. Check him out at The Runaway Guide.

9. Beer from Bruges, Belgium.

Beer from Bruges

“The beer is a 2008 Vintage Pannepot Grand Reserva by De Struise Brouwers. I drank it for the first time at Café Rose Red in Bruges, Belgium. The cost was around 7 or 8 euros for a bottle. This beer is a quadruple style Belgian with 10% ABV. It has a dark fruity (almost cherry) taste to begin with…some subtle hints of oak, but nothing overpowering…great molasses/brown sugar notes with very little alcohol taste. The aroma of this beer is intoxicating in and of itself! A wonderful finishing beer for a night of drinking.”

Author: I’m Casey, an Air Force wife and transplanted Southern girl living a life of adventure abroad in beautiful Germany! Over on my blog, I chronicle my life as an expat, sharing our travels around Europe and my affinity for good food & wine, beautiful spaces, and trying new things. Hope you’ll stop by and follow along with our journey!

10. Beer from Iceland.

Tuborg Xmas Beer

“My favorite beer (right now) is Tuborg’s Christmas blend, an Icelandic beer. Iceland had a bizarre ban on beer which was only lifted in 1989. Since then, many small craft breweries have sprung up offering up a vast selection beer for it’s small population. I spent Christmas in Iceland and tried as many of the Christmas blends as I could and Tuborg was by far my favorite. It was light and slightly spicy – just right! Beers in Iceland are unfortunately expensive – about 7 euros or $10 US. Makes me miss living in Berlin where you could buy a beer for 2 – 3 euros!”

Author: Cherylhoward.com – A world travel and expat living blog to inspire you to travel more or even move abroad. Over 10,000 people follow Cheryl’s travels. Filled with wanderlust, Cheryl has been to 26 countries in North and South America, the Caribbean, and Europe. She even quit her job, sold everything she owned and moved to Berlin for 18 months. Now back in Toronto, Cheryl works as a freelance travel writer.

11. Beer from New Mexico.

Santa Fe beer

“It’s hard to travel anywhere in the U.S. that doesn’t have one or two breweries these days. On a recent visit to New Mexico, we discovered several, but the one I thirst for more than the others is Santa Fe Brewing Co. New Mexico’s oldest microbrewery, Santa Fe Brewing can be found throughout the state. My first taste came while sitting by the fire outside Orlando’s, an outstanding New Mexican cuisine restaurant in the mountain town of Taos. The Santa Fe Pale Ale is a full-bodied American Pale, a wonderful beer for a cool evening. And for those who love their beers hoppy, the Santa Fe Happy Camper IPA hits the spot.”

Author: Lance Wiedower is publisher of Trips By Lance, a family travel blog found at Tripsbylance. Lance believes great cultural experiences on the road shouldn’t stop just because children enter the picture. Lance and his wife take their son along on adventures around the world, exploring local cultures, art, food and beer.

12. Beers from Australia, Cuba, Mexico, New Zealand, Tahiti and Thailand.

Beers from Thailand, New Zealand, Asia

“The plan was different. I didn’t want to make my solo trip around the world, a trip in search of the best beer, but it turned out the way it turned out … At the beginning it was Singha beer with ice cubes in Thailand. Then Tiger in Malaysia and a Bintang in Indonesia. In Australia – James Boags ( btw, the best Australian beer is from Tasmania and they do not drink Fosters here). In New Zealand it was super good Speight’s and then blue Hinano in Tahiti. On the other side of the ocean it was Cristal in Chile and Cusquena in Peru. In Mexico there was Corona, Victoria and Leon. In Cuba, cheap Cristal in a can! After returning home it was time for Polish ‘Żubr’ (Bison) with raspberry juice (women in Poland drink beer with raspberry juice). Yes, it was definitely a beer trip around the world, but the question is – which beer was the best? Hmm… The winner is… French Polynesia and Hinano! It was a taste of real beer. A little bitter, a little sour, slightly bubbly and super cold is mandatory. If I had to describe the taste of beer, it is just like Hinano. Cheers mate!”

 
Author: One day she decided to leave everything and travel around the world by herself, with no experience. “You are crazy”, they were saying. Yeah, she is a little bit crazy… Who is she? She is a little girl with a big smile. She is the lover of her own life. She is extremely passionate about people. Her name is Julia and she is a Polish girl who moved to Australia. Why did she do that?  It’s a long and very romantic story… She’s a psychologist but she worked for years in media and then she decided to get to know the world better. She is a journalist and travel blogger, writing about travels, life, love and motivation. You can meet her at Whereisjuli

13. Beer from Namibia.

Hansa beer The Traveluster

“While traveling in Windhoek, Namibia, some friends and I enjoyed a few pints of refreshing Hansa beer with the local accoutrement: fried caterpillars. The delectable insects, tasting like a fried anything, were more a source of merriment and laughter than nourishment. Hansa is a crisp, Dortmunder golden lager with lots of bubbles and a dense head. It’s aromas and taste are floral, grassy, earthy, light pepper, pear and apple. There’s a good balance of malt/hop flavors with moderate fruitiness. It’s a very clean and inexpensive beer, costing the equivalent of about $2 USD.”

Here is my YouTube video, quite funny.
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Author: Lindsay is a freelance writer and runs the blog The Traveluster. She’s spent a lifetime traveling and studying culture, with degrees in anthropology and geography and a masters in international peace and conflict resolution. Currently living in Nashville, TN, she has previously called Baton Rouge, LA, Washington, DC, and Seville, Spain home.

14. Beer from Hanoi.

Bia Hoi

 

“Although it’s not the best tasting beer I’ve ever had, a cold glass of “Bia Hoi” in Hanoi, Vietnam was one of my most memorable. What makes this beer special is that it’s homemade, brewed daily and distributed to many of Hanoi’s local bars. It’s not strong and the taste is similar to a Miller or Bud Light. The best part though, is that you can have a glass for as little as 3,000 Vietnamese dong. That’s $0.15!It’s not the most sterile option for beer, but it’s the most authentic, and quenches your thirst on a hot sticky day.  Sitting on a cheap plastic stool on a busy street corner among a crowd of locals was one of my favorite memories in Vietnam.  We sat there drinking beer after beer watching the scooters zoom past until the keg was empty.  This happens every evening at these local joints, so if you want a glass, get there early!”Author: Ever since college graduation, Jessica has been on a continuous journey to see the world through the eyes of an expat. She first moved to South Korea to teach English for two years.  She now calls Spain, the land of vino and siestas, home. When she isn’t trying new tapas in Madrid, you will probably find her in the Asian supermarkets searching for authentic ingredients to make Pad Thai or Korean bipimbap. You can follow the journey via her blog, Curiosity Travels.

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  • Bridget @ A Traveling B March 10, 2014, 3:01 am

    Glad to see New Mexico representing the US, which has a huge microbrew revolution going on right now. Bavarian beer is still one of my favorites, glad to see that your fellow travelers think the same! I’ll be looking for the Icelandic beer when I travel there in August!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:29 am

      Glad to hear your are a big fan of Bavarian beer! Have fun in Iceland and let us know how you liked the beer there!

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  • Lindsay March 10, 2014, 4:35 am

    Hey Agnes! Great post! Thanks for including me! I love reading about international beer! Looking forward to trying Tuborg in Iceland!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:28 am

      My pleasure! We really appreciate your contribution!

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  • Charlie March 10, 2014, 8:37 am

    So many great looking beers! The world really has a lot of excellent choice these days. Here in Gdansk we tried a beer called Ciechan Miodowe, which smelled like opening a honey jar and had a beautiful smooth, sweet honey taste. Have you guys had it? It was really delicious.

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:28 am

      Hey Charlie. I don’t drink alcohol, neither beer, so I didn’t try Ciechan Miodowe, but I can just imagine how smooth it could be. Miod means honey in Polish so it must have smelled like a honey too!

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  • Vid March 10, 2014, 9:38 am

    Hey Agness,

    This is such an extensive and tempting list – so many beers that we haven’t tasted :) Glad to see that Bridget (comment above) also loves Bavarian beer ;)

    Thanks for having us contribute to this post.

    Cheers

    Vid

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:26 am

      My family loves Bavarian beers! We used to take part in Beer Festival in Berlin!

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  • Joella J (J in Beijing) March 10, 2014, 10:22 am

    Great idea for a post! I love a good craft beer and one of my favourites in Fat Tire from Colorado- my husband introduced me to that one but we’ve never seen it outside the US. Although I once met a guy from the US Embassy in Beijing and he told me he had some at the embassy but wasn’t allowed to share cos I’m a Brit. Cheeky! I enjoyed the local beer in Antigua (I think it was called Wadadli??)- but that might have been more to do with the perfect beach setting! Are you guys coming up to Beijing anytime soon? There’s a place called The Great Leap here- they brew their own beers and they are amazing. So many different kinds. I recommend it if you stop by!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:25 am

      WOW, cheeky!!! We might visit Beijing in May as we have a week off work. Would be great to go to the Great Leap for a pint or two! We will keep you posted!! Thanks!

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  • Nita March 10, 2014, 10:24 am

    Wonderful collection – Thrilled to be a part of this! Thanks for including me :) All these beers look fantastic. Would like to taste them all – purely for research purposes ;)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:24 am

      Thank you Nita for being a part of this!!

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  • Jen March 10, 2014, 10:46 am

    They all sound wonderful except maybe the one with the fried caterpillars! My favourite beers from around the world at Augustiner in Germany, Coronoa in Mexico and Asahi in Japan.

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:24 am

      I would like to try the fried caterpillars!! NO JOKE!

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  • Jess @UsedYorkCity March 10, 2014, 11:24 am

    Perfect in time for St. Patty’s Day! (Where, yes, some pubs in the US still dye the beer green!) I usually opt for a cider beer (i.e. the girly choice!;-)

    Great selection here!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:23 am

      Enjoy St. Patty’s Day! :D!! I want to see some photos on your blog later on.

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  • Jessica Wray March 10, 2014, 11:48 am

    Another great collection! All these beers make me realize I sure have a ton more around the world to try!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:23 am

      Thanks Jess for contributing!

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  • Moses March 10, 2014, 12:55 pm

    Hey Really Great to know so many beers from around the World, But Really want to appreciate Belgian Beers they are best in the World, I also want to add Beer from my Country, KINGFISHER from India

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:23 am

      I did a beer tour when in Brussels. You should do it as well!

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  • Zorica March 10, 2014, 12:58 pm

    I would love to try that Korean beer :)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:22 am

      Me too as long as it’s light and fruity :)!

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    • Matt March 13, 2014, 12:44 am

      It’s great! Definitely my favorite in Korea!

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  • Tara March 10, 2014, 1:11 pm

    Belgian beer rocks and German beer is not bad either! Beer factory in Qingdao, China was set by Germans in 1901 but Tsingtao beer which comes from the same factory today is a tiny bit weak for me. I am kind of “wife beater” beer drinker. :-)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:22 am

      German beers are awesome! Cez loves them!

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  • Heather March 10, 2014, 2:27 pm

    I can’t wait to try many of these when I move to Europe in a few months!!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:22 am

      Maybe we can meet up. I’m back in Germany in July, then planning to visit my hometown and some places in Europe before September starts.

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  • tom March 10, 2014, 3:36 pm

    Great post but Noelfy went to Belgium the home of over 1000 locally brewed beers and just drank Guinness!! As a fellow beer lover I she tried a whole load of the local beers whilst she was there too :D

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:21 am

      HAHAHA!

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  • Rika | Cubicle Throwdown March 10, 2014, 5:30 pm

    I would love to try all of these, but mostly the Icelandic Christmas one! I love microbrew/craft beer. Especially since the beer in Honduras is terrible :(

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:21 am

      Is it? :(

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  • Becky Padmore March 10, 2014, 5:49 pm

    I’m not a huge beer fan but it’s a great idea for a post, love seeing all the different types!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:21 am

      Hope you can try them all! :D

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  • Mike March 10, 2014, 10:47 pm

    I always enjoy these around the globe tours, Agness! It’s so fun how in one post I get to hop around to so many different countries. Fried caterpillars?? I would need several beers for that appetizer ha, ha! But, I would sure give a go. Great post, our friend! :)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 11, 2014, 1:21 am

      Thank Mike. Didn’t know you are such a big fan of beers! :)

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  • Rachel M March 11, 2014, 1:34 am

    A wonderful (virtual) beer sampling global tour, thanks for including me :).

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    • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:26 am

      Thank you Rachel for contributing!

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  • Corinne March 11, 2014, 4:20 am

    Aw…beer! Is it too early? Probably. I love so many of the beers mentioned here…especially Kirin! Too fun. Prost! (as we say in Germany)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:25 am

      I’ll be in Berlin this summer so hope to see you there!

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  • laks March 11, 2014, 7:36 am

    Loved reading your article. Awesome pics too :)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:25 am

      Thanks a lot!

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  • Kellie March 11, 2014, 11:33 am

    Oh this post is just making me thirsty! I’m a beer drinker so love sampling the local brew wherever I go. From the list above, I give my thumbs up to Croatian beer – affordable and tasty! I also love learning the different words for toasting a beer in each country I go.

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    • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:24 am

      You should definitely make it to SE Asia and try some local beers if you haven’t done it yet!

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  • Jessica March 11, 2014, 11:49 am

    Love this post series! I agree that Kirin is one of the more tasty Japanese beers. We were able to visit a Kirin Brewery in Sapporo, and it definitely tasted good right at the source! Plus they also offered a nomihoudai (all-you-can-drink) deal!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:24 am

      Great! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Lance | Trips By Lance March 11, 2014, 8:38 pm

    I enjoyed contributing and reading this post. I could probably discuss hundreds of beers if I’d only remember to take notes on them while sampling them. I tend to forget everything I enjoyed about a beer by the end of the night. But that’s OK, right?

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    • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:23 am

      It’s absolutely fine Lance :)! Thanks for being a part of this project!

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  • Agness Walewinder March 12, 2014, 1:25 am

    It’s been our pleasure!

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  • Dana Carmel @ Time Travel Plans March 12, 2014, 7:05 am

    I’m not a big beer drinker, but it’s great that you included a beer from Kenya. I’m a huge fan of Rachel’s blog!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 13, 2014, 12:41 am

      High five Dana. I don’t drink alcohol either :)!

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  • Silvia March 12, 2014, 8:27 am

    So excited to see another one of these posts up! Looks like you’ve found some yummy beers, but also highlighted some great bloggers! I’ve just added a few new ones to my reading list :)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 13, 2014, 12:40 am

      Thanks for that Silvia!

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  • Lauren | JustinPlusLauren March 14, 2014, 1:11 am

    If you visit Canada, we have some fantastic microbreweries that make amazing beer! My favorite from the Toronto area is Mill St. Organic :) There are so many delicious ones to try and at some breweries, you can do a “beer flight” where you can try several small glasses of all of their different beers so you are able to try them all!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 14, 2014, 2:22 am

      Will do! Thanks guys for a great recommendation!

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  • Dariece @GoatsOnTheRoad March 14, 2014, 2:44 am

    Nice list of delicious drinks! Sadly, I’ve only tried two from this whole list!! The one from Thailand and the one from Kenya.

    I thought I’d tried lots of beers in my day, but I guess there are many more I need to sample!

    Cheers :)

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    • Agness Walewinder March 15, 2014, 4:27 am

      Thanks Dariece! I guess everyone tried Thai’s famous beer :D!

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  • Leckie March 15, 2014, 8:43 am

    Great post! I’d love to volunteer my drinking services if you ever get to part three. I’ve just drank my way through everything I could find in Myanmar over the past month, including an anti-aging beer! Link below if anyone is headed there and wants to know what’s worth drinking =)

    http://quitjobtravelworld.com/booze-review-myanmar

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    • Agness Walewinder March 17, 2014, 2:13 am

      Hey Leckie,

      Thanks for sharing!

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  • Tantri March 22, 2014, 1:59 am

    Just experienced Chang (Thai), Anchor & Cambodia (Cambodia), and Bia Saigon (Vietnam) and the winner went to Chang. Me just like the sweet and smooth one :))) Fyi, the beer in Vietnam is cheaper than mineral water! It’s heaven!

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  • Adam Evans March 22, 2014, 11:46 am

    I love regular Tuborg so i’m intruiged by the Icelandic Christmas version!

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  • Andrea March 22, 2014, 12:04 pm

    I’m very dissapointed with number 7 Beer from Brussels, Belgium. An Irish beer for Belgium? It’s a small country with 180 breweries and some of the most famous beers in all Europe!! If you go in Delirium Cafe at least taste Delirium Tremens or Delirium Nocturne! Why Guiness?

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  • Backpacking Panda March 24, 2014, 4:22 am

    Great post! It’s funnt to say, but I just recently started to taste beers during my traveling in South America. I didn’t drink much beer before because I prefer sweet and smooth flavours. And that’s why I REALLY loved a beer called ‘milk stout’ which I tried in a bar in Bariloche, Argentina.(=

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    • Agness Walewinder March 25, 2014, 12:43 am

      Never heard of this drink before, but I definitely need to try!

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  • Hannah March 25, 2014, 3:06 pm

    These are one of the things we look forward to in every country. To try out different kinds of beers in the world!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 26, 2014, 8:09 am

      I knew that! You are not the only ones out there!

      Reply
  • Subhash March 25, 2014, 8:15 pm

    nice post..:)

    U can also Check out the benefits of beer here :P

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  • Angus Pryor March 28, 2014, 1:33 pm

    It’s not a huge surprise to me that this blog is so well commented, especially given the topic.

    The Belgian beer looks most like my style. A bit darker and probably full flavoured. I can almost taste it!

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    • Agness Walewinder March 29, 2014, 5:01 am

      Hi Angus. Thanks for stopping by. We love collaborative posts as they are so informative and interesting to read. It’s great to share our experience with fellow travel bloggers. I visited Brussels last summer, but I’m not a beer drinker :)! I bet it was good though.

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  • Escape Hunter April 27, 2014, 8:22 am

    I do my own beer tours everywhere I go.
    It’s amazing how good Japanese beers are!

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