Beers

Foster´s

Foster´s Lager is the largest selling Australian beer brand in the world with more than 100 million cases of Foster´s consumed worldwide every year. Brewed in nine countries and over 20 plants, Foster´s is widely sold and distributed throughout Australia, Asia, the Pacific, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East. It is the world´s third most widely distributed brand, available in more than 150 countries.

Guinness

Guinness

Guinness
Produced in Ireland in 1759, Guinness is the largest selling stout beer in the world. Today, Guinness is brewed in 50 countries worldwide and sold in over 150 countries.

Henninger

Henninger’s production began in Bavaria, in 1869. Henninger is one of the oldest international beer brands in Greece and has been brewed here since 1970.

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.

Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Kilkenny
Its production began in 1710 at the brewery of St Francis monastery, in Kilkenny, which is located in the heart of Ireland, and continues to this day adhering to the same philosophy and tradition. It was launched in the Greek market in December 1999.

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Mythos

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Mythos Beer, the award winning beer at the “2001 Interbeer International Beer & Whiskey Competition” was launched in May of 1997. Produced from select varieties of barley and hops, it is a Lager with a rich head, bright blonde colour and a pleasant, refreshing taste - a guarantee of enjoyment for those who choose to drink it. Mythos´ exceptional quality has led to it becoming the beer of choice for more and more consumers.

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Did you know...

Someone who drinks a lot of beer is called "Boozer". This word comes from the ancient beer name "Boozah".