Since I just mentioned Kalik, I thought I’d write a little bit about the other beer I associate with the Caribbean, Belikin, the Beer of Belize.
I found this review of Belikin:
Belikin Lager tastes pretty much like most tropical beers: slightly sweet with very low hops flavor and a clean finish, making it a refreshing beer you can drink a lot of in the tropical heat.
Those Belikin bottles are heavy. They weight more than any bottle of beer I’ve ever encountered. The bottles are heavy, but don’t hold that much. 9.7 ounces, meaning you can put away quite a few. When my buddy Shane and I were down at El Pescador we put away enough for the bar tab to be over $300.
Belikin isn’t the kind of beer I’d drink if I were some place other than Belize. I am partial to Nut Brown Ales… Newcastle, Downtown Brown, 20″ Brown, Moose Drool. However, I count myself lucky to drink a Belikin, because it means I’m in Belize and there is a prospect of a grand slam around the corner.
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