I love trying drinks in each country I visit and my experience in El Salvador was no different. The beers of El Salvador are refreshing and tasty Though nations produce several of their rums and whiskeys.
Throughout the previous few days both my driver and guide encouraged me to try many of the nation’s famed beers (not that they had to pull my leg to do it.)
So here are the fab 4 plus one limited edition.
This is believed to be El Salvador’s national beer since everybody drinks it, therefore it’s considered to be one of the most popular beers of El Salvador Believe of Budweiser in the States, Pilsener Urquell at Czech, Gallo in Guatemala and Balbao at Panama. You can literally find this beer anywhere you seem and it is great for a day at the beach or simply hanging out with buddies. I like this beer’s smoothness and lightness, however, notably the affordability factor. Pilsener generally costs $1 at stores and $1.50-$2.50 at pubs. When you come you must try the unofficial beer of El Salvador.
This is heralded as the king of beers. It costs about 25% more than Pilsener and is served. Drinking Suprema is a luxury for most class El Salvadorians, so a prestige is . Because I have learned from my buddies here- girls dig guys who consume Suprema.
Similar in taste to a Miller Light, Golden Light is your unofficial girls’ beer. It is light and reduces the risk of hangovers. I enjoyed this beer very much, although Even the manliest of men wouldn’t dare to order a Golden Light at a public place . Pilsener is my own favorite.
Amazing beer which most individuals consider to be about the lower-end. Regia is more tasty than Pilsener, however it is tough to find in many restaurants. Regia is marketed in the working class, which does not really mingle in tourist-friendly restaurants and bars. It comes in 40 oz. Glass bottles and also in cans. Regia one attempted evening. Our waiter really had to leave and locate it. 20 minutes later he returned along with my petition. The 40 oz cost me about $3.50. In stores it costs about $1.30.
*LIMITED EDITION: This really can be a limited edition beer produced around Christmas time. It’s basically a Suprema spin-off which has a taste candy and with a high alcohol content. It’s only sold to March. It costs about $1.40 in supermarkets, which is the only place they are sold.
Here’s a tasting I’d at my buddies house.
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Thanks to the El Salvador Tourism Organization.