Well, beer is beer. Not too much to say here. You probably would not believe if we say that most of the Bulgarian beer is equally good as its German or Belgian counterparts but go and try one - you will see what we mean. Oh, one thing - Bulgarian beer contains on average 10% alcohol, most of other beer stops at 5.5%. The most popular beers, in order of preference, are Kamenitza, Zagorka, Astika, Shumensko, Burgasko and Plevensko. Drink it with friends or with another beer.
Like any regular beer Bulgarian beer consists of:
We are going to skip the preparation steps. Although the process of making beer is more or less the same, every brewer has their own secret recipe for preparing their beer brands. So just skip to the list of Bulgarian beers and enjoy the ride.
Beer in Bulgaria (Ð±Ð¸Ñ€Ð°, Ð¿Ð¸Ð²Ð¾) is a relatively new product to a country with centuries old tradition of rakia drinking. It was introduced by foreigners around the 19th century. It didn't take long for Bulgarians to catch up though - today Bulgaria ranks 25th in the world by beer consumption per person (60 liters a year).
Currently there are thirteen breweries in the country, some of them owned by large beer corporations like InBev, Heineken, etc and some of them small local companies.
Kamenitza (our favorite)