Can You Guess Where in the World These Beers Are From Based on a Photo of the Can?

By: Robin Tyler
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Beer! 

Nothing quite quenches the thirst on a hot summer day like an ice-cold beer. As that amber liquid hits your mouth and rolls down your throat, it not only refreshes but helps to take the sting out of that fierce summer sun. 

And we are sure that you would agree that your favorite beer tastes even better when you are on an awesome vacation!

Beer has been around forever! In fact, historians have dated beer production back to over 5,000 years ago thanks to a jug found on an archeological dig in Iran. Over the centuries, beer has been produced all over the world, and to this day, many breweries in countries around the world continue the age-honored tradition of brewing.

And you would not believe where beer is made - Africa, Central Asia, the Far East, South America, North America, Europe. You name the continent and beer is made there, even in countries where alcohol is banned.

But would you be able to tell which country one of these world beers comes from by just looking at a can? Maybe you have had a few of them, but some are going to get you to use that gray matter!

Good Luck and cheers!

The Casablanca is a Moroccan lager beer that is produced locally in the bustling port of Casablanca. Beer isn't a huge thing there, as production of it wasn't introduced (by the French) until the 20th century.

Castle Lager is a pale lager that hails from South Africa. It is considered the country's national beer, as it's the only one consistently distributed throughout the country. In 2000, the lager earned the title of "World's Best Bottled Lager" at the International Brewing Industry Awards.

Also known as Julebryg, Juleøl is a popular beer in Denmark around Christmas and the holidays.

In 2012, Diego - then manufacturer of Red Stripe - moved production headquarters for the beer from Kingston (Jamaica) all the way up to Pennsylvania. A move consumers were unhappy about, accusing the company of misleading advertising since the beer was no longer brewed in its home country. When Heineken took over and bought the brand, they made the decision to return production to where Red Stripe truly belongs, Jamaica, From there, the brand has continued to be exported to the United States and other in-demand countries.

Cerveza Quilmes is a 100% natural Argentinian beer that is made by the Quilmes brewery, founded in 1888 by a German immigrant. The original brewery took off in Buenos Aires and had become the area's most popular beer by the 1920s.

Victoria Bitter and XXXX (Fourex) are two brands currently dominating Australia's commercial beer market, but for the past 20 years, Victoria Bitter has reliably come in on top time and time again. This beer is considered more of a lager than a bitter, even though it's called Victoria Bitter.

The beer brand Kingfisher has largely dominated Indian beer markets, but times are changing as new generations reach drinking age. In Bira, Indian Millennials went looking for something new, and they found it in the beer brand Bira91 (now owned by Heineken). As new and foreign beers gain ground in India, Kingfisher loses more and more of its majority market share, dropping nearly 5% over just 4 years.

Angkor Brewery was originally established by the Cambodian government in the early 1960s, but was only operational until the early 1970s when civil war broke out and halted production. The beverage company conglomerate Carlsberg bought the brewery in 1991 and restarted production a year later.

A product of Madagascar, Three Horses Beer was first introduced in 1958 by Star Breweries. Commonly know as 'THB', this pale lager is exported to a few countries near to Madagascar as well as to France. It has an alcohol by volume rating of 5.4%.

Asahi beer, brewed to German traditional standards, was first produced by Osaka breweries in 1899. After World War II, the company changed its name to Ashai and in 1987 introduced Super Dry. This quickly became Japan's No 1 selling beer and for the past 25 years, over a million cases have been sold each year.

Brewed in Belgium, Chimay comes in four varieties - Red, Blue, Triple and Doree. The brewery itself was founded in 1862 by monks.

Heineken was first produced in the Netherlands in the 1860s. Today, it is one of the most popular beers in the world and is available in over 70 countries. Although it's not gluten-free, it is considered acceptable for vegans.

Incredibly, Muree Beer was first produced in the 1860s. It is now the only beer available in Pakistan and found at restaurants and hotels. It is also brewed under license in the Czech Republic.

Brewed using the finest natural ingredients, including mountain spring water, Zywiec is a pilsner produced in Poland. It has a 5.6% alcohol by volume rating. The Zywiec brewery was founded in 1856.

This dark lager is brewed in Israel and was first introduced in 1950. It has a 4.9% alcohol by volume rating. It is the top-selling beer in the country.

Tennent's is a Scottish institution and produced by the oldest brewery in Scotland, Wellpark, which originated in 1556. The beer itself was first brewed by Hugh Tennent in 1885. Tennent's outsells any other beer in Scotland by 5 to 1.

A product of Denmark, Carlsberg is the flagship of the Carlsberg Brewery which was first established in 1847. This pilsner was first brewed in 1904 by Carl Jacobsen.

The No. 1 beer in South Korea for over 20 years, Hite has captured over 50% of the local beer market. This pale lager has a 4.3% alcohol by volume

Produced by Boon Rawd brewery in Thailand, Singha is a pale lager with a 5% alcohol by volume rating. The beer is named after a powerful mythical lion from Thai folklore.

First introduced in 1978, Coors Light is a pale lager with a 4.2% alcohol by volume rating. It also is lower in calories than regular Coors, coming in at 126 calories per serving.

Brewed by Ursus brewery in Romania, Ursus a is pale larger. Called the "King of Beers," a serving of Ursus is 5% alcohol by volume and 150 calories.

Produced by PT Multi Bintang in Indonesia, Bintang is pale lager with a 4.7% alcohol by volume rating. It is styled on Heineken both in taste and packaging.

This authentic Mexican beer in a pilsner style was first brewed in 1925. It was introduced into the United States in the 1990s and now sells over 50 million cases per annum, making it the second most drank imported beer.

A beer of Singapore, Tiger was first brewed in 1932. This pale larger is brewed by Singapore Breweries and has a 5% alcohol by volume rating.

One of the most popular beers in Turkey, Efes is a pilsner-style beer and marketed as the "number one Mediterranean beer in the world."

Brewed by the Cervecería Polar Brewery in Venezuela, Cereza Polar is styled on an American larger flavor profile. It has a 5% alcohol by volume rating.

A product of East Africa Breweries, Tusker was first brewed as far back as 1922. This pale lager has a 4.2% alcohol by volume rating and is even sold in the United Kingdom in stores such as Sainsbury's.

Now a brand of Heineken, Birra Moretti was first produced in Italy. The original beer dates back to 1859 and is still produced today. It is a pale larger with a 4.6% alcohol by volume rating.

Viking, an Icelandic beer, is the most popular in the country, with over a third of the market share. This golden lager has a 5.6% alcohol by volume rating.

Produced by Thai Bev Breweries, Chang (the Thai word for elephant) is a pale lager with a 5% alcohol by volume rating and 150 calories per serving. Interestingly, rice forms part of the brewing process.

First brewed in 1890, San Miguel is a product of the Phillipines but is also brewed in Spain (from 1953) and has become popular around the world. It has an alcohol by volume rating of 5%.

First produced in 1966, Jupiler is a Belgium beer and the biggest selling brand in the country. This pale lager has an alcohol by volume rating of 5.2%.

The Harbin Brewery opened in China in 1900. Today, Harbin beer is exported around the world. Made with a range of ingredients from Europe and China, this pale larger has a 4.8% alcohol by volume rating.

The national beer of Tahiti, Hinano was first brewed in 1955 and is now exported around the world. This lager has a 5% alcohol by volume rating. Interestingly, the label for the beer was designed by artist, Pierre Heyman.

Although the Companhia Cervejaria Brahma started making beer in 1888, Brama beer, a pale lager with an alcohol by volume rating of 4.3% was launched globally in 2004. It is based on Brama Chopp, a very popular Brazillian beer.

Rignes Brewery in Norway was established in 1876. This brewery was started by brothers Amund and Ellef Ringnes and remained a family owned operation until 1978 when it merged with another Norwegian company.

First brewed in 1952, Skol was seen by Carlsberg as a global beer. It has become particularly popular in Brazil and is now actually recognized as a Brazilian beer and brewed there.

Yanjing Beer from China is styled on the American lager flavor profile and was first brewed in 1980.

One of the most famous American beers, Budweiser was first brewed in 1876. It is available in over 80 countries and interestingly, is brewed using 30% rice as well as barley, malt and hops.

The largest brewing company in Canada, Labatt was founded in 1847. The company, now Belgian-owned, makes a range of products including Labatt 50 and Labatt Blue.

The oldest beer brand in Mozambique, Laurentina was first brewed in 1932.

This Czech beer was first brewed in 1842 and is considered to be the original pilsner pale lager. It is brewed using Saaz hops and to strict brewing standards.

Brewed in Costa Rica, Imperial is the most popular beer in the country and was first made in 1924. It is known by locals as "Aguila," which means eagle. This is due to the logo which shows an imperial eagle from European heraldry.

A product of Laos, Beerlao includes a range of different beers including Beerlao Original and Beerlao Gold. Beerlao is popular in Thailand and also exported around the world.

First brewed in 1993, Snow is a popular Chinese beer. Over 100 million hectolitres are brewed each year.

Star was first brewed in 1949, making it the first domestic beer ever produced in the country. It remains popular today and is brewed using cold filtered techniques.

First brewed in the mid-1800s, Peroni is a popular beer not only in Italy but worldwide as well. The current beer, Peroni Nastro Azzurro, was first brewed in 1963.

Introduced in 1982 by the Anheuser-Busch brewery, Bud Light is the lighter alternative to Budweiser and has a 4.2% alcohol by volume rating. It is brewed using a blend of both imported and American-grown hops. It is said to be the most popular light beer in the world.

A product of Ethiopia, a serving of St. George is around 135 calories with a 4.5% alcohol by volume rating. It is named after the patron saint of the country and brewed by BGI Ethiopia PLC.

Brewed by the Baltika Brewery in Russia, Baltika 4 is a dark beer was first produced in 1992. It has an alcohol by volume rating of 5.6% with one serving coming in at 168 calories.

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