Skol Super is a deep blonde imperial strong lager with a sweet bitter lemon and lime fruity liqueur-like flavour and a warming rich lingering finish. First brewed in 1959 for the European market, Skol Super is a full bodied strong lager with a characteristic fruity aroma. Brewed and canned for: Carlsberg UK Ltd, Northampton.
An interesting, reddish, dark full-bodied special lager with a fresh, outstanding aroma. soft, light to the palate, smooth - adapted to educated Mediterranean tastes. A touch of caramel with a trace of licorice. Best served chilled. Negra is also 100% natural.
A super premium natural, additive-free, artisanal beer with an unique personality delivered in an unique bottle. Full-bodied, extra smooth with a rich, highly agreeable taste for the demanding yet discerning palate, suitable for any occasion. Probably Spain's finest and the benchmark in our sophisticated brewing industry.
Budweiser is the only major beer in the world using the traditional beechwood ageing process to naturally age the beer. Budweiser is brewed with a combination of 2-row and 6-row barley malt to achieve a very specific flavour balance. The beer is crafted using a second fermentation, a method called 'kraeusening', to mature the flavour of the beer. Kraeusening is a traditional, natural way of carbonating beer.
Heineken was created by a group of dedicated people pursuing the highest quality and craftsmanship in brewing. The Heineken the world drinks today is still brewed using the original, unrivalled recipe invented three generations ago by the Heineken family. Its mildly bitter taste, fresh, fruity aroma, bright colour and exceptional clarity are obtained using only the purest water, hops and barley malt. There are no additives in Heineken, nor are GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) used as raw materials.
In 1869, the new Meiji government set about developing Hokkaido, establishing a Kaitakushi (the national government Hokkaido Development Commission). Thereafter, over more than a decade until the post was abolished, many businesses were developed on this northern Japanese island. One of them was the brewing of beer. In June 1876, Seibei Nakagawa, who had recently returned from Germany where he studied the art of beer making, was chosen as brewmaster to oversee construction of a beer factory. That September, the Kaitakushi Brewery was completed. The following year, Sapporo Lager was born, prominently displaying the Pioneers' symbol, the North Star.
Grolsch is an international premium beer of Dutch origin. Grolsch Premium Lager is brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot (German Purity Law), using no other ingredients than malted barley, hops and water. With an alcohol content of 5% by volume, Grolsch Premium Lager tastes best when served at a temperature of 6-8 C (43-46F). People enjoy Grolsch because of its quality and distinctive taste.