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Carib Lager Beer Now Available in Belize
Belize is making way to a new beer as Carib Lager has begun to hit stores and establishments around the country now that Grace Kennedy Belize Limited is the official distributor. Ambergris Today got hold of the very first batch of cold Carib Lager as it arrived on the island.
Carib Lager is one of the leading lager beers in the Caribbean, originating from Trinidad and Tobago since 1950. The company classifies Carib Lager as the authentic, original, unique and defining icon of being young, modern and fashionable in Trinidad and Tobago. Carib Lager beer is a full bodied, clear and refreshing lager with 5.2% ABV is the flagship brand of Carib Brewery and the preferred brew of Trinidad and Tobago.
This brand has stood the test of time and has grown from strength to strength both in the Caribbean region and internationally. Carib's vision is to become the most sought after Caribbean beer in the international market place. This will serve as a platform for achieving brand internationalization.
Carib is a lager of European origin. It is a pale golden straw color with a rich head formation. It is slightly aromatic, with a neutral balance between malt and hops, sweet and bitter. Medium-bodied mouth-feel leads directly to a semi-dry finish with only a hint of bitterness.
Carib Lager is now available in San Pedro as Grace Kennedy Belize Limited commences a nation-wide campaign for the beer in Belize. Look out for the new Carib Lager beer at Fido’s, Lola’s Pub, Latitudes Café, Geo’s Hideaway Café and any of the Marina’s Grocery Stores here in San Pedro or check out your local grocery store or favorite establishment near you; let us know what you think.
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