Beer, with its rich, hoppy, storied history, it’s one of the oldest types of alcoholic drinks in the world. Unsurprisingly, it is one of the most widely consumed too, with revenue in the beer market amounting to a whopping $610.00 billion last year, and it’s set to grow annually. To cheer the day, here’s some beer inspiration — all there’s left to do is sip back and relax.
An Italian brewing company, Birra Moretti was established in Udine in 1859 by Luigi Moretti. In 1996 the company was acquired by Heineken N.V. Today Birra Moretti is exported to over 50 markets including the United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Romania, the United States, Canada, and Japan, and has won many international awards on the way. In 2006 Birra Moretti was the only Italian brand to be awarded both gold and silver medals at the World Beer Cup, the most important international competition in the industry. Birra Moretti also won five medals at the Australian International Beer Awards, confirming its status as a globally loved, world-class beer.
A regional brewery founded in 1872 in Southwold, Suffolk, England, by George and Ernest Adnams, the namesake brand produces cask ale and bottled beers. Expect everything from ales to IPAs, lagers, stouts, and more. Be sure to try the best-selling Ghost Ship, a moreish, citrus pale ale, originally it was brewed as a Halloween seasonal, but it’s become a favorite. This mini-keg contains about eight pints, or five liters, making them perfect for parties and barbecues.
Peroni Nastro Azzurro Stile Capri
Love Peroni? A must-try is the new, exclusive, limited edition summer Capri Beer. A refreshing craft lager, at first taste there are hoppy, floral notes, that are followed by a crisp bitter sweetness, that is ideal for quenching the thirst in the sunshine.
Sapporo, one of the world’s leading Japanese beers, it’s the number one selling Japanese beer in the US. A pioneering beer of Japan, it represents a true fusion of East meets West. With a rich heritage dating back to 1876, Sapporo’s story is rooted in the pursuit of crafting the perfect lager. The original brewmaster combined the finest traditional German brewing techniques with Japanese artistry, creating a beer that boasts a crisp and premium flavor profile.
Images courtesy of the brands, Lateef for Sapporo, and Anthony Cullens for Adnams.