Here's another one from South America--Aguila, which is a Pilsener from Colombia brewed by Bavaria SA in Barranquilla.
So I am married to a Colombian woman, which facilitated my trying this beer for the first time. Before I got married (well before I met my wife at least), I thought that the only Colombian export was cocaine (I hope you all have a slight sense of humor). These are the facts as I remember them--mostly right I am sure but don't call me on any slight wrongness. My wife's family was friends with some pilots that regularly flew in and out of the New York Area. These pilots lived in Colombia, but flew via Avianca to NY then out of Teterboro around the world. The person they were shuffling around the globe in his private jet was a Colombian businessman who actually owned Avianca and Bavaria brewery. So these pilots had some Aguila in their lounge at Teterboro, and I usually had a few with them when they weren't flying. (BTW, I got to go on that private jet in the hangar. Very awesome. "Parked" right next to Bill Cosby's jet).
I know that was a painful story to hear just to know that I think this is a very nice beer. Apparently the elites of Colombia, according to my wife and her friends, prefer Club Colombia. But not being a Colombian or a snob, I prefer this one. Although I do prefer darker beers, this is a refreshing beer that you can drink several of and still enjoy. Nice flavor, not too watery.
The End. There will probably be more tonight--I'm just feeling it.