Here is a list of the beers we have enjoyed (too much of) in the Caribbean and beyond. Our favorite beer by far so far has been Presidente, but we have enjoyed quite a few others as well. Keep in mind, we are not beer experts. We have attempted to give you as much information about the beers as possible, but have not analyzed the ingredients or manufacturing processes of them. Think of us as professional amatuer beer tasters. Yea, that sounds right.
Amstel Light is not made in the Caribbean, but we enjoyed enough of them in St. Bart’s to add them to list.
Barena – Honduras
Carib – Trinidad
Carib beer is brewed in Trinidad, but is served throughout the Caribbean. This beer is very popular on the island of St. Maarten. We enjoyed quite a few of these on our July 2008 trip. Read more about Carib Beer…
Corona – Mexico
Due to its extensive distribution in the United States, most American beer drinkers have probably enjoyed a Corona or two. We’ve enjoyed them while in Riviera Maya and Cozumel, Mexico. Read more about Corona Beer…
Green Rock – Jamaica
While Red Stripe seemed to be the dominant, or at least the most advertised beer on the island of Jamaica, Green Rock beer was on tap at some of the bars at Sandals Montego Bay where we stayed during our July 2004 Honeymoon.
While Heineken beer is not necessarily a Caribbean beer, we did enjoy it quite a bit while in St. Bart’s.
Imperial – Honduras
Kalik – Bahamas
Kalik beer is from the Bahamas. Read more about Kalik Beer…
Kubuli – Dominica
Made ‘ere – Jost Van Dyke, BVI
Medalla – Puerto Rico
Piton – St. Lucia
Port Royal Export – Honduras
Presidente – Dominican Republic
Presidente beer, or el Presidente, is Jeremy’s favorite beer in the Caribbean. Brewed in the Dominican Republic, it also comes in a light version so you can have a few more each day. Read more about Presidente Beer…
Red Stripe – Jamaica
Salva Vida – Honduras
Salva Vida beer is a Honduran beer served on the island of Roatan in the Honduras Bay Islands. Read more about Salva Vida Beer…