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Located in the beautiful and historic Cape Canaveral, Florida, we host community events throughout the year and welcome guests to tour our brewery. Carib Brewery USA produces 28 different styles of ales, lagers and ciders of the highest quality while maintaining our brewing traditions. We brew with passion, and love sharing our passion with other beer lovers.

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American-style Lager remains a staple. The popularity of this classic beer has inspired brewers throughout North and South America, the Caribbean and Asia to produce their own versions of American Lager.

The Carib Brewery is headquartered in Trinidad and Tobago. It produces Carib and Stag beers and a range of shandy products. The main brewery is located in Champs Fleurs, Trinidad, while Carib also has breweries in Saint Kitts and Nevis and Grenada.

In order to reduce Trinidad's dependency on the cultivation of sugar and oil, in 1947 the Caribbean Development Company Limited (CDC) was founded. In September 1950 the first Trinidadian beer, Carib lager, was brought to market. The brand is still available, is being sold throughout large parts of the Caribbean and is market leader in Trinidad.[1] In 1955 CDC was split into Carib Brewery Ltd. (starting with seven employees) and Carib Glassworks Ltd.[2] Through acquisitions Carib attained a monopoly on beer production in Trinidad in 1957.

In the 1970s Carib expanded and raised its production to 250,000 hectolitres per year. 1973 the company launched its first non-alcoholic beverage, Malta Carib, a malt beer. In 1985 this was followed up with Shandy Carib, the company's first shandy. In 1987 the equipment was modernised by renowned German manufacturer Steinecker Maschinenfabrik so that the output mark of 1.000.000 hectolitres was surpassed.[3] In the subsequent time the company's beverage business was internationalised. On the one hand distribution and licence contracts with foreign producers such as Diageo or InBev were concluded, on the other hand Carib started to export its own brands. Production sites outside Trinidad were founded: Carib Brewery St. Kitts and Nevis exists since 1997, Carib Brewery Grenada since 2002. In 2015 another shandy was launched, Carib Radler.[4]

In 2016 ANSA McAL bought American brewery Florida Beer Company located in Cape Canaveral. At first Florida Beer was continued as an individual brand, but in June 2021 it was discontinued. Since then the Carib Brewery brands and a craft beer called Hurricane Reef are being brewed in the Cape Canaveral facilities.[5]

This is the first part of my multipart review of the beers of the Caribbean. Today we start with one of my favorites, Carib. While you can get Carib in the United States at least in Florida, this is not the same. The beer sold in the United States is brewed in Jacksonville, Florida and is not as strong. We will be discussing the real Carib from Champs Fleurs, Trinidad and Tobago.

The Banks Company has been brewing and selling its own unique Caribbean beer since 1961 in Barbados. Banks is a premium Pilsner-styled lager that is both full and refreshing. The secret ingredient of Banks is the water, which is naturally purified by the limestone rock that is the foundation of the island. Banks has a gold color, malty flavor, and moderate caramel flavor.

While officially the beer of the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago, Carib is the unofficial beer of the entire region. Tracing its roots back to September 1950, Carib Brewery now produces 26 million gallons of Carib Lager, which is exported to over 30 countries around the world. The company also produces Carib in breweries on the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis as well as Grenada. Carib Lager is an American-style lager with a bright yellow color with raisin and malt notes.

The official beer of the nature island, Dominica, is Kubuli. After a day hiking the national park or snorkeling the Champagne Reef, nothing refreshes like a Kubuli. The entire island of Dominica is a natural paradise and has many rivers, streams, and springs. The water to brew Kubuli comes from the Loubière Springs. It is an American-style lager with a light amber color, and light citrus/lime notes.

The national beer of Saint Lucia, the beer is named for the iconic peaks located on the southwest side of the island: Gros Piton and Petit Piton. Since 1992, Piton has used some locally grown ingredients in the brewing process, making it a more sustainable product, but also injecting a richer, spicier flavor to the beer. Piton blends a flat golden color with a malty aroma, as well as vague floral and spice notes. The beer feels full and carbonated in the mouth with a sweet finish.

The national beer of Antigua, Wadadli, is one of the best-known beers in the Caribbean and is commonly served by Caribbean cruise ships. Brewed by Antigua Brewery, Wadadli is an American-style lager that is low in alcohol content. Wadadli has a dull yellow color, funky nose, bright citrus notes, and lasting finish.

This beverage traces its roots back to a French immigrant in 1919. Biere Lorraine is a light lager with a pale color, yeasty characteristics, and a short finish (characteristic of most of the island beers).

Imports don't qualify. There are great beers brewed in Europe. Wonderful. Fantastic. Awesome. Go enjoy them in Europe. Just because a beer can be consumed anywhere doesn't mean it belongs there. This is an article about beers brewed in the Caribbean that travelers to the Caribbean might enjoy. Not beers brewed in Europe, loaded on a container ship and sent to the Caribbean so someone can drink it instead of something local.

By popular consensus, traveling to a far-off place is considered the most unusual thing you could do just to get your hands on a beer. Yet, many spontaneous beer-seekers tell stories about how their trips have resulted in unique experiences in beautiful places, unexpected friendships, and outrageous amounts of exotic beer.

Fortunately for beer drinkers everywhere, when it comes to finding a great beer sampling experience outside of the U.S., the options are endless. In fact, the Caribbean is one of the top picks for this activity thanks to its variety of breweries and easy-going atmosphere. You can lounge all day on a quiet, tucked away beach with a cooler full of great beers and even better company, or find a lively bar where you can indulge with others.

Beer was introduced to the Caribbean by the British in 1880, and the brews produced by each island are unique. So, the answer to this question will vary widely depending on who you ask. While every Caribbean island does not make its own beer, the region maintains a friendly rivalry, and each island features its beers prominently at local and regional events, like carnivals, year-round.

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Kalik is by far the most popular beer in the Bahamas. It is brewed by the Commonwealth Brewery in Nassau, Bahamas. The name of this beer is derived from Junkanoo, which is an annual celebration that typically features traditional musical instruments like goatskin drums and the cowbell. The name Kalik (pronounced Kuh-Lick) is said to reflect the sound of the cowbells. Kalik dominates about half of the beer market share in the Bahamas. The brand has also won several gold medals from Monde Selection. Tastewise, Kalik can best be described as light and crisp, with just enough flavor. Try the gold version of Kalik for a slightly bigger kick, and 7 percent alcohol.

Seasoned beer drinkers will appreciate the hints of lime that hit their palates as they try Bonaire Blond for the first time. In this brew, the spiciness from local aloe vera collides with mild grapefruit, amid more traditional beer flavors like barley malt. Bonaire Blond brewed by House of Bonaire Blond is aged for at least 4 weeks, longer than other blonds. The result is refreshing, with a burst of flavor, and just about 4.5 percent alcohol.

Caybrew is easily the most prominent beer in the Cayman Islands. Brewed by the Cayman Islands Brewery, this European-style pale lager is full and crisp. Some describe it as the perfect balance between light-bodied and full flavor. Amid the strong flavors are milder traces, like that of vanilla. Crisp and a bit grainy, Caybrew quenches your thirst while making you crave more at the same time. If you try this beer while in the Cayman Islands, you may also want to try Caybrew Premium Light, Ironshore Bock, and White Tip Lager, also produced by the Cayman Islands Brewery.

Brion beer was launched in 2013, and though it is sold in Curaçao, it is brewed at Banks Breweries Limited, in Christ Church, Barbados. This pilsner beer is exclusively brewed for Curaçao, and it is named after Admiral Luis Brion, a Curaçao freedom fighter and human rights advocate who fought many battles alongside Simon Bolivar (The Liberator) of Latin America. Brion has about 4.5 percent alcohol and it is worth trying while in Curaçao.

Insider tip: For the best opportunity to taste test beers and local rums in Grenada, consider staying at an all-inclusive resort like Sandals Grenada which has 6 bars, and unlimited gourmet dining at 10 restaurants!

Insider tip: In addition to sipping on a Red Stripe, there are many amazing things to do when you visit the beautiful island of Jamaica. Do many as you like on your Caribbean beer tasting adventure!

Piton Beer is highly promoted in Saint Lucia and beyond, and it is named after the Piton Mountains, a World Heritage Site in Saint Lucia. Notably, Piton is an American Adjunct Lager brewed and bottled in Saint Lucia by Windward & Leeward Brewing Limited (WLBL). Heineken, Guinness, and Strongbow cider are also brewed by WLBL. While in Saint Lucia, join the Piton challenge and climb one of the twin peaks. The goal once at the top is to take a photo at the summit with a Piton beer in hand to remind you of the incredibly amazing experience! 041b061a72


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