There are many different types of beer, according to their origin, flavor, production process, ingredients, or even the “values” transmitted by their image. But all of them transport us and gift us with different experiences.

A strong lager beer made with the best barley. Full-bodied and with a rich palette of flavors. A refreshing and clear beer, but strong in alcohol percentatge and flavor.
Abbaye d'Aulne is an authentic Belgian abbey beer, top fermented, with second fermentation in the bottle, made with the best hops and malts. It comes in different varieties.
The home of Benediktiner beer is in the idyllic Bavarian town of Ettal, where Benedictine monks have lived, worked, and prayed for over 600 years.
Bitburger Premium Pils is a straw-coloured pilsner, crystal-clear and perfectly hopped, boasting a light taste and a lasting foam head with extra-fine bubbles. This all combines for a moment of pure pilsner enjoyment.
Founded in 1649 in Regensburg, the Brauerei Bischofshof is a brewery owned by the city's diocese. Like all German beers, it is brewed according to the Purity Law of 1516, the oldest food safety regulation still in force.
Classic Belgian wheat beer (Bière blanche / Witbier), top-fermented, made with carefully selected barley and wheat from organic farming.
Braufactum encompasses different individual craft beers created by Marc Rauschmann, a German brewmaster and one of the pioneers of craft beer in his country.
Chérie is a top-fermented, unfiltered wheat flavored beer with a sweet and smooth flavor and attractive packaging, which comes in six varieties: cherry, raspberry, peach, pomegranate, passion fruit, and citrus.
Chimay is an authentic Trappist beer, brewed at Scourmont Abbey, under the supervision and control of the monastic community since 1862.
Clausthaler, a pioneer in its segment, is one of the best non-alcoholic beers in the world, endorsed by its distribution in more than 50 countries and the worldwide awards it has won.
DAB is the best example of the "Dortmunder" beer style, synonymous with superior quality, originally from the German city of Dortmund.
Estrella Damm, Barcelona's beer, is brewed according to the original 1876 recipe.
Founded in 1130, Heylissem Abbey was a monastery located in Hélécine (Heylissem in Flemish), in the heart of Belgium. In homage to the historic abbey, Brasserie Val de Sambre today brews the “Hélécine” beer.
Crafty beers with excellent value for money. Brutal beers for lovers of strong sensations, brewed according to the German Purity Law of 1516.
JADE organic beers, pioneers and leaders in France, are aimed at consumers concerned about their well-being and respect for the environment.
The origin of Jever Pilsener is in the north of Germany, in Friesland, a unique and elemental landscape, simple, with a harsh climate and impressive tides.
Brewed according to the German Purity Law of 1516 in the city of Bamberg, Kaiserdom is an easy-drinking beer.
Kirin beer has been brewed since 1888, being one of the most popular brands in Japan. Kirin Ichiban is distinguished by being made only with malt, hops and water, and only the first pressing of the wort is used.
Authentic Dutch Trappist brewed within the walls of Koningshoeven Abbey since 1884. It is brewed under the supervision and responsability of Trappist monks, with a portion of the profits going to charity.
Moritz is the first beer from Barcelona, born in 1856 and relaunched in 2004.
New Yorker Beer is a premium, high-quality, lifestyle beer brand, inspired by 1930s New York breweries.
Argentina’s favourite beer since 1890, Quilmes continues to be a young brand, always together with sports and music.
This beer was created in 2016 to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Wallonian city of Charleroi. Its name is a tribute to the river Sambre that connects the city with the Brasserie Val de Sambre.
Schöfferhofer began to be manufactured in Frankfurt am Main in 1978 and was the first Weizenbier -wheat beer- produced outside Bavaria.
Schwaben Bräu is a traditional beer from the Baden-Württemberg region in southwestern Germany.
German crafty beers with excellent value for money. Four specialties: Wheat Pale Ale, IPA, Red Ale and Stout, brewed according to the Purity Law of 1516.
Klosterbrauerei Weltenburger is the oldest brewery in the world located inside a monastery, operating since the year 1050. Traditional brewery in the oldest monastery in Bavaria, located in a privileged environment in a bend of the Danube river.