Category / Big Breweries

  • 5 Facts About The Boston Beer Company

    1 September 2016 - Best Beer HQ

    5 Facts About The Boston Beer Company

    More than 2 million barrels of Samuel Adams beer is sold every year in the United States, making it one of the top-selling craft beer brands in the world – but how much do you know about the brewery behind that brand, the Boston Beer Company? Try these fast 5 facts on for size. 1. […]

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  • Top 5 Facts About Beck’s Beer

    28 July 2016 - Best Beer HQ

    Top 5 Facts About Beck’s Beer

    You think you know everything there is to know about Beck’s beer? Think again (unless you happen to be the CEO of Anheuser-Busch InBev, in which case how about throwing a few thousand advertising bucks our way? Pretty please?). We’ve scoured the internet to bring you some top facts about Beck’s, one of Germany’s best-known […]

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  • Top 10 Best Selling Beers in the World

    7 July 2016 - Best Beer HQ

    Top 10 Best-Selling Beers in the World

    Please don’t ever confuse this top 10 list of the best-selling beers in the world with a list of the best beers in the world. Inclusion on this list of the biggest-selling beer brands (according to recent Euromonitor figures) isn’t necessarily a mark of quality – only of quantity. Unsurprisingly, popular beers from some of […]

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  • Auckland #GABS2016: Winners & Losers

    22 June 2016 - Best Beer HQ

    Auckland #GABS2016: Winners & Losers

    If heaven is indeed a place of everlasting bliss, then for me it’d be something like the GABS Beer, Cider & Food Fest, which came to Auckland for the first time this weekend. Featuring several hundred beers and ciders – including around 75 brewed specifically for the festival – Kiwi craft beer aficionados were like that […]

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  • It seems thirsty Kiwis are crying out for more sessionable beers – and breweries up and down the country are scrambling to answer that demand. According to Brewers Guild of New Zealand president Emma McCashin low alcohol beer in New Zealand now accounts for about 5% of all total sales, which is twice what it was […]

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