A Brief Glance At The Worldwide Beer Trends in 2021

Highly considered as the champagne of beers, Miller High Life captures the most ideal balance between refreshment and taste, this according to most online beer reviews. However so, there’s a marked difference when you try it yourself, as it is much much more than a beer with a bottle and sparkle that resembles ordinary champagne. Unlike champagne, it has the brittle taste of conventional beer, and comes with it a high that is as moderate as its taste. With a golden, appealing color, its signature trademark is its mouth-watering effervescence. Coming in 750mls bottles and in 12 and 30 packs, it is perfect for big events, parties and celebrations. Alcohol percentage is a “not so bad” 4.65%, and priced at an affordable $3.50.

Tsgingtao: A Fine Welcome To China’s Colonial Past

Nothing short of being a rare classic, Tsingtao is in a class of its own when it comes to blending, uniqueness and flavor. With its rich tradition of fine teas and herbs, whoever thought China would have a beer-drinking history of its own. Despite lacking a brewing history of its own, China -as a direct result of it having been colonized by the Germans between the years of 1898-1914- has etched its name among the world’s beer greats by virtue of Tsingtao lager. Available in over 70 countries, and holding a world market share of 2.6%, this light and finely coarse lager is a must try.

The Most Popular 2021 Beer Festivals To Look Out For

Calgary International Beer Festival

Attracting beer lovers from across the world, the Canadian Calgary Beer Festival is one for the ages. The venue is the open-air BMO Centre, Stampede Park, it has been slated for Fri, 30 Apr 2021 – Sat, 01 May 2021, and with attendees get to sample over 200 beer brands from over, this creatively themed festival will have you wondering where to start. Nothing more than a sampling event, admission almost free, so forget about binging. Nonetheless, it is a cool event, with the icing on the cake being their own annual beer of the year awards. You need to be 18 years or older to be admitted.

Elmhurst Craft Beer Fest Elmhurst, Illinois US
Sat, 18 Sep 2021

Dated for the 18th of September between the Hours of 12:00 PM and 6:00 PM, this festival is a bit strict, with attendees having to be above the age of 21. Held on the grounds of the historic Elmhurst History Museum, you get to be exposed to the skill and craftsmanship of over 50 renowned breweries. Even though it is purely a fund-raising event, admission is $50 and it is a beer tasting festival, though there aren’t any rigid restrictions on purchasing event favorites that you fall in love with. There’s also an exciting people’s choice best brewer of the year contest, coupled with live performances from leading bands.

A brief glance at the most current worldwide beer trends will reveal to you that beer is favored more than it’s criticized. Give these a try and learn that the proof is the lager