Home Brew Bloggers on November 23, 2020 0 Comments If you’re like us, you enjoy drinking imported beers of all kinds. As we beer-lovers know, the only thing better than drinking your favorite imported beers is finding new beers to try and add to your list of favorites. Whether you brew your beer at home or frequent breweries and pubs for your new beers, your options are likely not as limited as you think. With that in mind, here is a list of imported craft beers worth trying. Molson Canadian Lager (Canada) This lager is fresh, crisp, and clean, brewed with prairie barley, authentic Canadian ingredients, and no preservatives. The flavor is sweet, with pleasant corn flavors, bright carbonation, and low hop character. The finish is lightly floral and dry, and the whole thing is fresh and bright. Red Stripe Lager Beer (Jamaica) If you’re looking for new imported beers to try, Red Stripe Lager Beer from Jamaica is an excellent choice. Made with Pilsen malt and typically classified as an American Adjunct Lager, Red Stripe is a light lager that can give you the taste you crave. A very clear brew that has few bubbles, this beer has a head that rises with medium density and descends quickly. With a taste that has hints of sweet apples, this beer can be considered ideal for the fall or anyone who loves apple-infused brews. With a good level of carbonation and a relatively sweet taste, this is an excellent choice for anyone who loves their beer with full flavor and a side of sweetness. Dos Equis (Mexico) Hailing from our neighboring country, Mexico, Dos Equis is an imported beer worth getting your hands on. This is another beer that is on the sweeter side but has more of a caramel flavor that is mildly surprising based on its serious looking packaging and appearance. The beer has a relatively good bite to it, which provides the mildly bitter aftertaste that most beer drinkers crave. If you like your beer with a hint of sweetness and an adult aftertaste, this should certainly make your new list. Also, if you enjoy drinking your Mexican beers with limes, don’t forget to grab a few. König Pilsener (Germany) Although it can be a tad difficult to find in the United States, König Pilsener is certainly worth the search. Brewed in Germany, König Pilsener is said to be brewed using “only the finest ingredients” which may or may not make it more appealing to you. Either way, the brew has an aroma that mixes flavors such as raisin, floral, spice, honey, cherry, and more. In terms of the flavor, this beer is relatively sweet with hints of honey and floral spice. Overall, this is a relatively well-balanced beer with light carbonation and hints of the mentioned flavors. Birrificio Italiano Tipopils (Italy) Brewed in Italy, Birrificio Italiano Tipopils offers a great level of hops and malts, that to many, make it a rival to many industrial beers. It’s brewed using bottom-fermenting yeast from Germany and has tasty hints of honey, dandelion, and chamomile. If you have not tasted this beer yet, it should definitely be on your shortlist. Sapporo Premium Beer (Japan) Sapporo is the oldest brand of beer in Japan. It’s a refreshing lager with a crisp, refined flavor and a clean finish. It has a hoppier aroma with a sweeter taste, is frothy, foamy, and pours a fluffy white head with a transparent golden color. It’s a balanced beer, perfect to pair with any meal and any occasion. Overall, although America seems like a place in which almost anything is available, the fact of the matter is, we are behind in terms of the availability of various types of beers. No matter if you have heard of these beers or not, you may struggle with finding a few of them at your local grocery store or pub. Either way, if you can get your hands on them, they are definitely worth lending your tastebuds to. Otherwise, if you are interested in brewing your own beers, consider purchasing a kegerator today.