Beer Producing Countries

Beer producing regions and countries

Beer is brewed in almost every country of the world, and if we have tasted it then it will appear under its country of production.

Poland

Browar Belgia Cobra Bite Lemongrass

Browar Belgia Cobra Bite Lemongrass
68Clean and refreshing in a soft drink kind of way, but it's clearly more of an alcopop than a beer. Part of a range of fruit flavoured lagers that also include Apple, Blood Orange and Sweet Lime.

Browar Koszalin Brok Sambor

Browar Koszalin Brok Sambor
73A Polish lager with plenty of taste and likeable creamy notes, if a little thick and heavy.

Browary Polskie Brok-Strzelec Brok Porter

Browary Polskie Brok-Strzelec Brok Porter
75A bizarre Polish beer, full of character, as Baltic region porters tend to be. It probably won't suit everyone's palate, but it does grow on you.

Lomza Mocne

Lomza Mocne
71A sweet and rather mellow Polish beer that is not particularly complex but is suppable nonetheless.

Okocim Okocim

Okocim Okocim
68A golden Polish lager that seems a bit too thick and lacks a little subtlety.

Okocim Palone

Okocim Palone
73A tasty ruby beer from Poland that needs more balancing bitterness.

Warka Strong

Warka Strong
75A ‘keep out the cold lager' from Poland, a bit sweet and syrupy yet not too in your face.

Zywiec Porter
Tastingbeers.com Recommended - Winner

Zywiec Porter
84One of the last surviving Baltic porters, brewed in the south of Poland. A chunky but smooth beer.

Zywiec Zywiec

Zywiec Zywiec
65A full-bodied, sweetish, pale golden lager with a decent hop balance but, on this tasting, unfortunate oxidation (wet paper) notes dominating. Part of the Heineken empire.

The Baltics - Baltic blitz
The Eastern European countries of Lithuania, Estonia, Poland and Latvia are still producing some exciting beers. Adrian Tierney-Jones reports

The Baltics - Eurostars
Adrian Tierney-Jones gives us the low down on some exciting Baltic countries producing excellent beers.

Treasures of the North East
There's a lot of very good beer produced between Berwick upon Tweed and Middlesbrough, writes Alastair Gilmour.