5 Best Indian Beers

5 best beers in india
5 best beers in india

5 Best Indian Beers 

Alcohol consumption in India has never seen a downfall, all thanks to the variety of options that you choose from.

If you are planning to try out the Indian brands of beers, then let’s check 5 best Indian Beers . 

What can one expect from the brands of beer in India?

While beer is the staple drink for many around the world, Indian brands don’t exactly have the same ideology in terms of taste. Unlike world-famous brands like Budweiser, Carlsberg, Hoegaarden, Heineken, and so on, the Indian brands have a strong flavor to the beer. They are best when served extremely chilled. In comparison, while they might not have a more considerable prominence around the globe, they sure are rulers in the alcohol segment in the country and offer affordable options for anyone to buy a bottle or a can of beer. 

5 best Indian beers are –

  • Kingfisher. (cost of 650 ml – 2.87 Singapore dollar)

A product of United Breweries Limited, Kingfisher, is an Indian beer brand that can be recognized everywhere and anywhere. It’s the “King of Good Times” and is mostly associated with sports, fashion and so much more. Ever since its launch back in 1978, it owns at least 40% of the considerable alcohol share in the country. There is so much more to kingfisher because of the plethora of options it has to offer. It’s cheap and affordable, but the taste is smooth with considerable alcohol content. To learn more on the types of beers, they have to offer check out http://unitedbreweries.com/our-brands/ultra

Aroma: 7/10.

Appearance: 6/10.

Taste: 6/10.

Overall: 7/10.


  •  Bira. (cost of 330 ml – 3.82 Singapore dollar)

Bira is a young beer brand that is a Bangalore based startup and was launched in 2015. In the first year itself, it was on the verge of running out of beer. It’s a brand that has made a substantial impact on the youngsters of India and has a variety of offerings. It’s manufactured by B9 Beverages and offers a lot based on your beer likings. While it might be a little expensive for many, it’s has done fabulously well in selling to several retailers and MRP outlets in the cities. https://bira91.com/

Aroma: 8.5/10.

Appearance: 8.5/10.

Taste: 8.5/10.

Overall: 8.5/10


  •  Haywards. (cost of 750 ml – 1.91 Singapore dollar)

Haywards is a product of SABMiller beer and brewing company and is a brand that has a surplus offering in terms of alcohol products. Established back in 1974, they are widely consumed by every beer lover in the country and have a stronger impact in the states of Rajasthan, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Madya Pradesh. There is a wide range of Hayward alcohol that you choose from such as Haywards 5000, Haywards 2000, Haywards 10,000, and so on. It’s a brand that has slowly climbed up the ladder to provide affordable as well as tasty beer. To learn more, check out their website to learn more about the product. https://beerandbrewing.com/

Aroma: 5/10.

Appearance: 4/10.

Taste: 4/10.

Overall: 4/10


  •  Knock out. (cost of 650 ml – 2.05 Singapore dollar)

Knock Out is a malty beer that has been in production since 1984. But it’s particularly popular in the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka and Telangana. But this beer sure does have a punch. The great taste, aroma and other attributes of the beer set it apart from the rest. Due to the loyal drinkers in the southern part of the country, it holds a 9% share in the alcohol industry of the country. Mysore Breweries Limited manufactures the beer. 

Aroma: 4/10.

Appearance: 3/10.

Taste: 3/10.

Overall: 3/10


  •  Godfather. (cost of 330 ml – 1.72 Singapore dollar)

Handcrafted by the brewers at Devans Modern Breweries Limited, it’s a brewing company that is in operations since January 1961. Godfather beer comes in three strong varieties, lager and lite. Each one suits your palate and the beer provides a refreshing feeling with a great taste. But then Godfather lager and strong might be way more bitter than that of what Kingfisher sells. It’s a brand that is widely popular in the northern part of India because of the cost and the alcohol content it offers. http://www.devans.co.in/

Aroma: 4/10.

Appearance: 4/10.

Taste: 4/10.

Overall: 4/10






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