The 7 Tastiest Beers from Europe

Europe is not only a dream destination for people who want to explore picturesque locations on a continent; it is the ultimate place to experience the variety of beer this continent has to offer. Known as a native to the modern beer, the place is a home for many famous brands around the world. Let us give you the top 7 beers that are a must if you are visiting this continent.

  1. Guinness: Irish culture is incomplete without this mouth-watering beer brand. You might have sipped it in another part of the world, but once you sip the original home-grown beer, you will have an experience like none other. If you visit Ireland do not forget to sip Guinness and enjoy a pint with your friends or partner.
  2. Augustiner Helles: To put it in simple words, this is the best lager you will ever have. Brewed in Augustiner-Brau, one of the oldest breweries in Munich that is run independently, this lager is made as per the German purity law. It is made with Bavarian malt and hops and fermented for a long time to get a smooth and crisp finish.
  3. Rugenbrau: Swiss chocolates and the Alps are what people visit Switzerland for. But if you are a beer lover, Rugenbrau is another best thing that this beautiful country can offer you. It is a pure Alpine beer brewed in Interlaken.
  4. Heineken: A familiar name, right! This premium quality lager made in the Netherlands is among the top beer brands across the world. Around 800 million liters of this crisp, clear, and golden beer is produced every year for the world. The alcohol volume is 5% and gives a strong taste and aroma to this beer.
  5. Juliper: Beer can be a luxury too if you want to savor Juliper. Brewed in Belgium, the country known for producing many high-quality lagers, Juliper is too expensive for a common man. But spending on this can be worth the shot once in a lifetime. The beer has a taste of grass and is one of the balanced beers in terms of its taste. It gives a sweet aftertaste that is to die for which is why you want to keep coming back to it.
  6. Paulaner: Did we mention that Munich brews the best beers? Well, this Munich beer by Paulaner Brauerei is popular during the Oktoberfest. A wheat beer that gives a sweet makes this beer a success in more than 70 countries. The beer is consumed at a massive number of 2 million hectolitres per annum.
  7. Newcastle Brown Ale: This ale has gained popularity within a very short time and has acquired a devoted following. Its fans cannot keep away from its sweet malty and nutty taste. The beer is manufactured by John Smiths which is a child company of Heineken and it has lived to its parent company’s name.

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