Curious to find out which are the countries that produce the most beer in the world? Stay with us, as we list you the countries you should be thankful the most for all that beer in the world.
If you have read some of our past beer related articles, you are familiar with the origins of beer and its consumption in the world. It is the most popular and widely consumed alcoholic beverage in the world. Beer sales are four times larger than the sales of second most popular alcoholic drink in the world, wine. If you are a beer enthusiast, then you’ll also enjoy reading about the most popular beers in the world.
Although some may differ, the truth is that beer has some neat health benefits. It primarily helps with kidney function. The studies proved that people who drink beer have far less chance to develop a kidney stone. Besides kidney benefits, beer reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases, increases bone density, has some anti-aging properties and lot more. This is of course if you consume beer moderately. It shouldn’t be used as an excuse to exaggerate with it.
When we talk about the beer production, there are no surprises when it comes to the parts of the world that produce the most beer. Asia and Europe produce together almost twice more beer than the rest of the world. Total world’s beer production in 2013 was stunning 190,998,100 kiloliters.
To find out countries that produce the most beer in the world, we looked into Kirin Holdings’ annual report on beer production by country in 2014, since their annual report for last year is not available yet. Now let’s see who dominates the world of beer production!