32 beers to drink during the World Cup 2018

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The World Cup 2018 starts today. Make sure you get in the spirit of the various countries with these 32 beers from the 32 nations.

Thirty-two countries are joining together today in a competition that will last for the next month or so. They’re gathering in Russia for the World Cup 2018, and you’re possibly getting your last minute preparations for the group stage. How about trying the different beers from the different nations?

You’ll soon realize that there are more beers and drinks than you initially thought, especially with some of the countries that are known for their varieties of wines and ciders. So, here are the top 32 drinks—taking the best from each of the 32 nations.

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The list is in alphabetical order. You can quickly glance through and choose the country you’re supporting for a particular game or just to try something you haven’t had a chance to yet.

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Argentina: Drink Quilmes

It’s no surprise that Argentina has made it to the World Cup 2018. The drink for this nation is Quilmes, which does have a bitterness but only a hint. The 4.9 percent ABV may also be a selling point.

Australia: Coppers Ale is one to test

When it comes to Australian beer, there are many that you’ve likely had. One that you’ve probably overlooked is Coopers Ale, but it’s by far the best. There are a few options whether you like pale, dark, sparkling, or vintage while you support the Aussie team.

Belgium: Duvel for a dark horse

There are many other Belgian beers out there, but you want a dark horse for the dark horse in the World Cup 2018 competition, right? This is also the strongest on the list, coming in at an 8.5 percent ABV, so it’s one that you can enjoy for the entire game.

Brazil: Go with Brahma

Brahma will give you a light and fruity taste for your beer. It’s a delicious option when you want something a little sweeter than most traditional lagers and ales. The percentage is also the mid-range at 4.3 percent ABV.