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  1. Bavaria Beer | Swinkels Family Brewers | BeerAdvocate

    Bavaria Beer is a Lager - European Pale style beer brewed by Swinkels Family Brewers in Lieshout, Netherlands. Score: 70 with 481 ratings and reviews. Last update: 09-12-2020.

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  2. Swinkels Family Brewers - Wikipedia

    Royal Swinkels Family Brewers (formerly Bavaria Brewery) is a family business from Noord-Brabant in the Netherlands, that is active in the beer, soft drink and malt sector. The company is fully owned by the Swinkels family for seven generations.

  3. Types of Bavarian beer - Bavarian cuisine | Bavaria

    There are some 40 types of beer and over 4,000 brands of Bavarian beer. Here is an overview of the principal beers. ist das offizielle Portal zum Thema Urlaub in Bayern mit vielen Tipps und Angeboten für Ihre Reise in den Freistaat.

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  5. Bavaria Premium Beer - The Beer Store

    Bavaria Nv Bavaria Premium Beer. Bavaria Premium Beer is a Pilsener type of beer with a smooth, neutral character. Brewed only with clear spring water, selected malts and hops. It’s light in colour with a firm foamy head.

  6. Bavaria Brewery (Colombia) - Wikipedia

    Bavaria Brewery (Spanish: Cervecería Bavaria), formally known as Bavaria S.A., is a Colombian brewery company founded on April 4, 1889 by Leo S. Kopp, a German immigrant. In 2005, Bavaria Brewery became a subsidiary of SABMiller. Before the merger, Bavaria was the second-largest brewery in South America.

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  8. Bavaria: A land of beer | Bavarian Tourismus

    Bavaria has a pro capita beer consumption that is approximately 40 % above the national average. A unique range of beers In 2000, there were 667 different breweries in operation in Bavaria, producing some 40 different types of beer with around 4,000 different beer brands.

  9. THE 10 BEST Bavaria Breweries (with Photos) - Tripadvisor
    • Erdinger Brewery. Erding. #1 of 1 Food & Drink in Erding. “For 14 Euros, you get a welcome Weissbier, followed by 90 minutes of multimedia presentations and facilities tours and finishing with an hour of sampling all their beers and enjoying weisswurst and pretzels.”
    • Andechs Monastery. Andechs. #1 of 1 Food & Drink in Andechs. “The views from the top south towards the Alps and over the gentle Bavarian countryside are lovely and very photogenic.”
    • Brewery Weihenstephan. Freising. #1 of 1 Food & Drink in Freising. “The beer tasting at the end of the tour was fantastic and the restaurant is a perfect way to end the day.”
    • Weissbierbrauer Kuchlbauer. Abensberg. #1 of 1 Food & Drink in Abensberg. “The final walk to the beer garden is via the Kuchlbauer tower, where a beautiful beer garden awaits where you can sample the delights of the local beer and have a feed if you desire.”
  10. Bavaria Premium beer 5%

    Premium Beer 5%. A clear pilsner that is easy to drink, with a pleasant, slightly bitter aftertaste. Bavaria Premium is a clear, light-coloured pilsner, natural, containing nothing more than barley malt, wheat and hop. Refreshing, fruity and hop-like, with a beautifully balanced full flavour.

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