When we talk about popular beers in the UK, we have two categories; beers that are created here in the UK and world beers that UK drinkers display a hankering for. In this blog, we look at both, giving you some ideas of what we Brits like in the way of beautiful beer! 


Beers made in the UK 


While the UK is not one of the biggest beer manufacturers in the world, the British beer industry is thriving of late. From big brands to indie labels, Brits have an eclectic pallet and a willingness to taste pretty much anything. Below, we look at the best British beers:


  • Wrexham Export lager - Wrexham Export lager is 5% in volume and according to the brand its lager was the only lager served on board the Titanic!
  • Newcastle Brown Ale - As its name would suggest, this is an ale from Newcastle and is a distinct brown colour. The beer has a unique caramel, fruity character. 
  • Brains SA: Brains SA is a gorgeous beer created by Welsh brewers, Brains. The drink is pale and includes a lovely blend of crystal malts. 

Beers UK drinkers love!


As mentioned, we Brits have an eclectic taste when it comes to our beer. However, there are a few staple beers that we love to order at pubs, restaurants and drink at home. These are:


  • Peroni - Peroni is by far the UK’s favourite beer, with its cooked-corn malt flavour proving popular amongst regular and infrequent beer drinkers. 
  • Carling - Carling is regarded as a weak lager that is low in alcohol volume and easy on the palate. This is why it makes for a good lager when drunk in volume. Carling is, according to a recent survey, the beer of choice for more than 40% of beer drinkers when drinking at home. 
  • Stella Artois - Stella Artois is a slightly stronger lager than Carling but with just as many avid drinkers. The beer goes with many types of foods, including meats, vegetarian dishes as well as spicy foods. If you are a pilsner drinker, it is certainly worth a try! 

Buy beer kegs online 


If you are looking to stock up on beer for your home, have you considered investing in beer kegs rather than cans and bottles? Not only is this a cheaper way to stock up on beer but it is also kinder to the environment and will result in better-quality pints. This is especially the case if poured through a Blade Machine!

When we talk about popular beers in the UK, we have two categories; beers that are created here in the UK and world beers that UK drinkers display a hankering for. In this blog, we look at both, giving you some ideas of what we Brits like in the way of beautiful beer! 


Beers made in the UK 


While the UK is not one of the biggest beer manufacturers in the world, the British beer industry is thriving of late. From big brands to indie labels, Brits have an eclectic pallet and a willingness to taste pretty much anything. Below, we look at the best British beers:


  • Wrexham Export lager - Wrexham Export lager is 5% in volume and according to the brand its lager was the only lager served on board the Titanic!
  • Newcastle Brown Ale - As its name would suggest, this is an ale from Newcastle and is a distinct brown colour. The beer has a unique caramel, fruity character. 
  • Brains SA: Brains SA is a gorgeous beer created by Welsh brewers, Brains. The drink is pale and includes a lovely blend of crystal malts. 

Beers UK drinkers love!


As mentioned, we Brits have an eclectic taste when it comes to our beer. However, there are a few staple beers that we love to order at pubs, restaurants and drink at home. These are:


  • Peroni - Peroni is by far the UK’s favourite beer, with its cooked-corn malt flavour proving popular amongst regular and infrequent beer drinkers. 
  • Carling - Carling is regarded as a weak lager that is low in alcohol volume and easy on the palate. This is why it makes for a good lager when drunk in volume. Carling is, according to a recent survey, the beer of choice for more than 40% of beer drinkers when drinking at home. 
  • Stella Artois - Stella Artois is a slightly stronger lager than Carling but with just as many avid drinkers. The beer goes with many types of foods, including meats, vegetarian dishes as well as spicy foods. If you are a pilsner drinker, it is certainly worth a try! 

Buy beer kegs online 


If you are looking to stock up on beer for your home, have you considered investing in beer kegs rather than cans and bottles? Not only is this a cheaper way to stock up on beer but it is also kinder to the environment and will result in better-quality pints. This is especially the case if poured through a Blade Machine!

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