Top 10 Germany beer brands
Germany beer types and brands are numerous. In Germany, there are more than 5,000 beer brands and 1,200 wineries. The following beer brands are the most popular Germany brands with the highest market share:
1. Radeberger (Ryderberger)
Germany's largest beer group - Landburg, "please give me a glass of Landburg" - almost all beer lovers will say a famous saying. Landberg's classic is more than just Landberg Pearson. The more significant significance is that Landberg has become the symbol of the old Pilsner beer and has given Germany's largest beer group a new splendor. The name - Landburg Burger Group.
2. Krombacher (Krombach)
Krombacher (German: Krombacher; also known as Kmumbach) is the largest privately-owned beer group in Germany. Its beer brand "Krombacher" is the second-ranked beer brand in Germany's top-selling beer list. The taste is sleek and sweet, and there is a special smell of hops.
3. Kobrau (Coburg beer, Germany)
Coburg Beer (English name: KOBRAU) is the 100th year of Koblenz Brewing Co., Ltd., which has a history of 400 years in Germany. It is the top three brand in the German market and is welcomed by beer lovers all over the world. The factory is located in the famous wine country - Rhineland Koblenz. Nearly four hundred years of wine making history, ancient winemaking crafts, special malt, and deep springs were carefully brewed. It entered the Chinese market in 2014.
4 Hansenberg Wheat Beer
Hansenburger uses the German beer brewing technology of 1899 and selects high-quality raw materials. The "upper fermentation" method uses barley malt and 50 percent wheat malt, hops, yeast and water, and strictly follows the year 1516. The "Purity Method" is brewed in German, free of chemicals, additives and preservatives
5. Becks (Baker Beer)
Baker Beer originated in the ancient city of Bremen in the 16th century. Its excellent brewing technology has spread the 'BECK'S' brand. In 1876, at the Philadelphia World Expo in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the United States, Baker Beer won the first international competition Gold Medal Award. Since then, more than a hundred awards have been won.
6. Paulaner Weissbier (Byron)
PAULANER is a well-known German beer brand in Germany: its 360-year history of winemaking, its brewing process, special malt, distinctive tank top yeast combined with in-bottle secondary fermentation, and the use of more than a thousand years of purification in the Alps Mountain glacier water, carefully crafted a classic generation of healthy beer - HEFE-WEISSBIER. The
7. Erdinger Weissbier (Eddinger)
Aidinger, commonly known as white beer, is the German beer with the largest sales volume in the world. It sells well in more than 80 countries around the world and enjoys the reputation of “Wheat King” in Germany. Unlike other wheat beer, Erdinger beer is filtered before bottling, and even if it is kept for a long time, the quality is guaranteed.
8.Holsten Pilsener (Heritsk)
Holsten was founded in 1953, Carlsberg Group's famous brand, its Plzen in the European market is very popular in the mid-1980s, Holsten exports to the United Kingdom after becoming Britain's best-selling luxury packaging beer.
Weihenstephan is the oldest brewery in the world. It has been the beer of the monastery workshop since the 11th century.
Licher is a brand owned by Bitburger, the third-ranking family-owned beer company in Germany, which began in the middle of the 19th century. Because of Bitburger's fame, Licher was rarely sold in supermarkets before, but in many German beer houses are common brands.