Click Here!
Make your best beer!

What’s the difference between imported beer and domestic beer?

Question by Mira: What’s the difference between imported beer and domestic beer?
Can you name famous brands of both imported and domestic(specify which…for example Budweiser is domestic(I don’t know that))

Best answer:

Answer by garywiniecki
domestic beer is made in your country, imported beer is made in another country.
imported beer: fosters, labatts, hooegarden, heineken
domestics: bud, miller, strohs, pabst, coors

What do you think? Answer below!

Leave a comment


  1. AnBa

     /  March 3, 2013

    Imported – Made “not in Canada” – Corona, Heineken
    Domestic – Made in Canada – Blue, Lakeport, Canadian
    Budweiser is brewed in Canada, so I guess it is also domestic
    Don’t know for sure, HIC

  2. BlkKoffee

     /  March 3, 2013

    imports like Corona are not made in the US

  3. freesumpin

     /  March 3, 2013

    The difference is in the recipe and the drinking tastes of that country!
    The recipes are geared to the flavor they think will sell in that country.
    Some like the US has been told Budweiser is the King of Beers, but turns out to be an insipid limp little brew. It’s also the world’s biggest selling beer. Miller Genuine Draft, Coors and Milwaukee’s Famous are a few others of the same ilk.
    However America also makes some of the best in the world, many from craftsmen style breweries to much higher standards like Dogfish Head, North Coast Brewing Co and Samuel Adams.
    Each country has it’s own style. Belgium and Germany, Japan and other Asian countries, South America and Australia have their own brews and styles.
    But you can’t put your finger on or group all American or Imported beers in one category; the methods, recipes and tastes are all different!
    And yes, Bud is domestic to the US!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *