Beer types

There are around 50 types of beers, with various flavours and characteristics. There are a few that knows well all these types, so it is difficult to make a choice, when we want to.

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Boutaris sold Mythos

For 14 years now the company Boutaris achieved a successful presence in the world of beer, with the brand of “Mythos”. However, the time has come for Boutaris to focus to wine. Thus, was decided the sale of their share, which is around the 32%, to Scottish and Newcastle.

source: Greek newspaper "To Vima"


Beer history

A drink so old, that men forgot where, when and how it is created.

DraughtKeg from Heineken

The revolutionary Heineken DraughtKeg lets you serve yourself and your friends high quality draught lager at any and every social event.

DraughtKeg is a pressurised and disposable system that comes complete with an easy to install tap. Just tap the keg and draw up to 20 glasses of crisp draught beer.

source: www.heineken.com


Basic Ingredients

Which are those basic ingredients of making beer?

Mythos Brewery

Mythos Brewery

Mythos Brewery

MYTHOS BREWERY is the second largest brewery in Greece. The production plant is located in Thessaloniki and has 3 production lines with a capacity of 1.1 million hundred-litres of beer per year. The company also maintains distribution centres in Athens, Thessaloniki and Crete, providing countrywide coverage.


Kaiser

Kaiser is the largest selling Pils beer in Greece. Its production in Greece began in 1976 and continues to this day brewed in accordance with the famous Beer Purity Law of 1516. Its full-bodied pils flavour has made Kaiser a firm favourite pils beer for years and is drunk in over 60 countries around the world.

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Did you know...

The beer type "Ale" named by the name of the scadinavian beer, "ol" or "ealu". Ealu was the malted beer, rich in sugar and flavoured with various plants, herbages and spices. But they did not mix it with hops!