Here is the world's most popular beers in each country

 
Here is the world's most popular beers in each country
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Did you know that Budweiser is the most popular beer in Canada? Or that Brazilians prefer Skol?

That is the case, if we are to believe this map. (Click on the link to see it in full size).

The website Vinepair is behind the survey. Almost all the world's countries are represented. According to Vinepair it is based on dozens of sources, from research reports to the companies' own records. The result is this map that reveals the most popular beer in over 100 countries.

Also countries where alcohol is forbidden are included in the survey. For example, the non-alcoholic beer "Moussy" is #1 in Saudi Arabia, while "Delster" is the favorite beverage in Iran.

The overview gives an interesting indication of the international beer flavor, but may also prove to be useful the next time you want to have a pint abroad.

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