Beer in Colombia

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Beer in Colombia is a sizeable industry ranging from small local micro-brews to large scale productions of popular brands. It is estimated that Colombia has more than 15 large national brands (the most popular listed below); but dozens of small/local microbrewery boutique beers are growing beyond regional demand.

History[edit]

Economy[edit]

List of Colombian beers[edit]

Cervecería Bavaria[edit]

  • Águila
  • Águila light
  • Pilsen
  • Poker
  • Redd's
  • Casa Suárez
  • Costeña
  • Costeñita
  • Club Colombia Seca (dry), Roja (red), Negra (black)
  • Aguila Imperial (seasonal)

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Cerveza Ancla[edit]

  • Cerveza Ancla Super Premium, its a Lager/Pilsner style beer, brewed under "Reinheitsgebot" the German beer purity law.

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BBC Bogota Beer Company[edit]

  • Candelaria clásica
  • Monserrate Roja
  • Chapinero Porter
  • Usaquén Stout
  • Chía Weiss

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Cerveza Colón[edit]

  • Colón Negra
  • Colón Rubia
  • Colón Roja
  • Colón Light

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Cerveza 3 Cordilleras[edit]

  • Rose
  • Blanca (American Wheat)
  • 6.47
  • Mestiza (American Pale Ale)
  • Negra (Stout)
  • Mulata (Amber Ale)

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Cerveza San Tomás[edit]

  • San Tomás
  • Hefe Weizen
  • Märzen
  • Dubbel
  • Bock

– Source: [6]

Cerveza Casa Suárez[edit]

  • Rubia

– Source: [7]

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