Cerveceria en Benidorm

The best brewery in Benidorm


With a Dry Primitive 15º Plato Extract and a volume of alcohol of 6.5%, this beer is made from water from the city of A Coruña and a careful selection of Pilsen malts and toast and hops of the variety "Perle Hallertau" . Brewing tradition, unique character and the best raw materials come together to create an elegant extra lager with nice toasted notes.
  • 6,5º % Alc.
  • 46 Kcal Calories
  • España Origin
  • Pilsner, tostada Type


He was born in Lombardy, in Vigevano, in the middle of the 19th century. It is a lager beer of 4.7% alcohol. In the beginning of its history it was a family- produced beer. In 1864 Giovanni Peroni moved to Rome, some years before the city finally became the capital of Italy. From the late nineteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century the brand grew and became one of the main brewing companies. And so, reinventing all the time he managed to reach the 21st century and sail the seas to other latitudes.
  • 4,7º % Alc.
  • 45 Kcal Calories
  • Italia Origin
  • Rubia, Lager Type


According to historical sources, 20 years after the fall of the old Tenochtitlán, the first brewery of the American continent was founded in New Spain. The production of beer did not develop as expected at that time, mainly because there were several similar beverages, such as pulque de maíz, aguardiente and cane wine, among others. The first high fermentation brewery, called "La Pila Seca". The barley that was produced in this factory was dark, made from sun- dried Mexican barley malt, to which was added piloncillo. With this technique the first brewers of Mexico worked until the eighth decade of the 19th century, when the Cerveceria Toluca and Mexico began to manufacture lager beer.
  • 4,5º % Alc.
  • 100 Kcal Calories
  • México Origin
  • Clara, Pilsner Type


Founded in 1925, it is a company dedicated to the production, distribution and sale of beer in Mexico. Since 2013, it is the seventh largest zone of the world's largest brewing group, Anheuser-Busch InBev.
  • 4,5º % Alc.
  • 41 Kcal Calories
  • México Origin
  • Rubia Type


Beer of German origin, specifically from Upper Bavaria. Its motto, "Bier von königlicher Hoheit" or "Beer of royalty", refers to the heritage of the brewery that dates back to the Kingdom of Bavaria. The use of selected yeasts of high fermentation and malted wheat of the best quality, gives to König Ludwig an unmistakable aroma and flavor. The fermentation in the bottle of a long Bavarian tradition leaves us with that well-loved brew that is hard to forget for Weissbier lovers.
  • 5,5º % Alc.
  • 46 Kcal Calories
  • Alemania Origin
  • Rubia, Type


Beer of Irish origin, founded by the brewer Arthur Guinness. It is a black stout beer type. Guinness is made since 1759. The distinctive feature in the flavor is the roasted beer that remains unfermented. The thick and creamy foam is the result of a mixture of nitrogen added in the bottling.
  • 4,2º % Alc.
  • 35 Kcal Calories
  • Dublín Origin
  • Negra Type


The Grimbergen Beer emerged from a monastery founded by St. Norbert in 1128 in the city from where it takes the name of the same Grimbergen in Brussels, Belgium. At first this beer was produced by the monks of the Abbey of Grimbergen and was reserved for the upper class of society. Its elaboration is made from Gâtinais barley and a selection of different hops, from which its fruity flavor comes. There are at least 6 varieties: Optimo Bruno, Doubel, Tripel, Blond, Goud 8th and La Cuvée de l'Ermitage. The blonde is a blonde beer. It has a white foam, dense and with good adhesion. The Optimo Bruno is the strongest of the varieties, it is a roasted beer with 10% volume of alcohol.
  • 6,5º % Alc.
  • 36 Kcal Calories
  • Bélgica Origin
  • Cerveza de Abadía Type


Franziskaner was founded in 1363 under the name "Bräustatt Bey den Franziskanern", becoming the first civil brewery in the district of the Munich Residence. The name comes from the convent of the Franciscan order. In 1841 the brewery moved to the locality of Au. In 1872, for the first time, a Franziskaner beer was served during the Oktoberfest: it was the Ur-Marzen, an amber beer brewed according to the Viennese style. In 1935 the artist from Munich Ludwig Hohlwein designed the logo of the Franciscan friar, still present in the bottles.
  • % Alc.
  • 46 Kcal Calories
  • Alemania Origin
  • Rubia Type


The Duvel Moortgat brewery (Brouwerij Duvel Moortgat) is a Belgian family business founded in 1871. Being exported to more than 40 countries, its best- known product, Duvel, is a beer of the "Belgian golden strong ale" type. Duvel (is the name given to the devil by the Dutch (although the standard name is Duivel).
  • 8,5º % Alc.
  • 60 Kcal Calories
  • Bélgica Origin
  • Rubia, Ale dorada Type


The Crabbie's Original Ginger is possibly the best known ginger beer. Its color is between yellow and amber, with white foam, creamy and of medium duration. Of aroma dominated by ginger, with no room for anything else. On the palate it is bitter and spicy (ginger) and an intense sweetness of the sugar, with chamomile effervescence. It began to be elaborated in 1801 in Scotland, and receives its name from the Scottish clan of the Crabbie. Your recipe has four secret ingredients that are mixed with soaked ginger for 8 weeks so that the mixture takes on the spicy aroma and flavor typical of ginger. The elephant of the Crabbie's logo refers to the Indian origin of the ginger plant. The brand itself recommends serving it with ice and a slice of lemon or lime.
  • % Alc.
  • 42 Kcal Calories
  • Escocia Origin
  • Ginger beer Type