St James’s Gate Brewery, Dublin (228 miles approx.)
Brewed since 1759 in Dublin, Draught Guinness is an experience for the senses. “First drunk with the eyes”, its ruby black colour and unique mocha-espresso taste are incomparable.
Amstel Brewery, Amsterdam (300 miles approx.)
Amstel Bier (4.1%)
Amstel takes its historic name from the river in Amsterdam next to which it was first brewed in 1870. Its deep golden colour is achieved using a mixture of light and dark malt. Amstel has a mild bitter, refreshing flavour….a Dutch delight!
Brauerei C & A Veltins, Meschede-Grevenstein (458 miles approx.)
Now one of Germany’s best-selling beer producers, Veltins initially started out in 1824 as a small guesthouse brewery. At the heart of its success has been Veltins Pilsener – a refreshing, 4.8% ABV beer once voted the World’s Best Pilsener. It is brewed using natural spring water from Veltins’ own mountain, and boasts a delicate, clean palate, slight bitterness and gentle hints of citrus.