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Top 11 Countries that Produce the Most Beer

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Metric Tons
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51.2 mil
22.4 mil
13.6 mil
8.90 mil
8.65 mil
8.52 mil
Metric Tons
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4.24 mil
3.96 mil
3.27 mil
3.15 mil
3.00 mil
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level 70
Dec 31, 2016
I'm ashamed that New Zealand is not on this list. Beer is one of the greatest things that God has bestowed upon us.
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level 67
Dec 31, 2016
Guess it's not made from sheep's milk
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level 45
Mar 2, 2017
If Australia's not on there, NZ's not gonna be on there.
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level 69
Dec 31, 2016
So, Australian for beer should be "not much".
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level 68
Jan 1, 2017
Australia would be the smallest country on this list. This isn't per capita production.
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level 25
Mar 2, 2017
Still, I was surprised Australia wasn't on here
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level 67
Dec 31, 2016
These countries are simply much bigger than Oz and NZ by population. Per capita they are doing quite fine.
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Dec 31, 2016
Australia and New Zealand are 19th and 30th in Beer Production per Capita.
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level 63
Mar 2, 2017
Then of course to add to that are the imported beers, very popular and drank in quantity.
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level 71
Jan 3, 2017
Another interesting stat would be production versus consumption, i.e., what portion of a country's consumption is imported and what is domestic.
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level 74
Feb 21, 2017
Spent some time with some troops from Australia and New Zealand to celebrate Anzac Day back in the early 2000's. I remember very little except for the six day hangover. They may not brew a lot of beer, but that does not prevent them from drinking a lot of beer.
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level 57
Mar 2, 2017
Poland was the surprise here for me.
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level 47
Mar 2, 2017
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level 48
Mar 2, 2017
Wait, really? It was one of the first ones I guessed.
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level 47
Mar 16, 2017
One of the first ones I guessed too. I expected more eastern European countries on the list.
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level 63
Mar 2, 2017
To see which brands they drink try this quiz, http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/170770/10-biggest-selling-beer-brands-globally
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level 59
Mar 2, 2017
My other guesses placed 13, 14 & 16. Damn 12 & 15!
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level 55
Mar 2, 2017
I was at Heineken headquarters, and the tour guide said that the Netherlands was the top beer producer in the world. Now I don't know who I can trust.
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Mar 2, 2017
Not the tour guide, haha.
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level 44
Mar 2, 2017
It is almost, when you measure per capita.
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level 47
Mar 5, 2017
Heineken is one of the largest beer producers in the world. It is however produced in factories in over 30 countries.
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level 38
Mar 2, 2017
Surprised to see Ireland isn't on here.
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level 9
Mar 2, 2017
the only purpose now of st paddys day is pub crawls... i think ireland makes more beer than south africa... the one country i didn't get.
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level 61
Mar 2, 2017
The omission that shocks me the most is Belgium.
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level 69
Mar 3, 2017
They clearly produce the best ones, but they are brewed at a much smaller scale compared to others countries that flood the world with donkey piss. Plus, you can face some annoying things like the monks of Westvleteren that ask you to make an appointment to buy some limited quantities, because instead of producing more, they outright refuse to make a profit out of their tremendous beer. They want to just make enough for the upkeep of their abbey.
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level 69
Jun 8, 2017
La Chouffe Golden Ale!!! Thank you, Belgium!!!
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level 69
Mar 3, 2017
The greatest surprise for me is that Czech Republic is not there. They are the world's biggest beer drinkers, and they tend to produce a lot of domestic beers. Pilsner is an adjective meaning "from the city of Pilzň" after all.
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level 50
Mar 3, 2017
And they have the real Budweiser, not the US ripoff. But they only have a population of around 11 million I think.
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level 62
Apr 21, 2017
Well the population of Czech Republic is way smaller than Germany, Russia etc
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level 39
Mar 3, 2017
Forgot Mexico and Poland
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level 40
Mar 3, 2017
Missed South Africa.
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level 30
Apr 24, 2017
China is becoming #1 on everything. So boring... LOL
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