Victoria Bitter The famous green can is Australia's most iconic beer. The results are due to a drastic change in beer preferences in Australia: 30% of sales are now beers with low, medium or no alcohol content. Great Northern Super Crisp is the No. Great Northern has quickly become one of the country's most popular beers, ranking first in both the ACT and the Northern Territory, second place in Queensland and third in South Australia, in addition to being the best-selling beer overall.
The same can be said of the local pale beer Balter XPA, which came second in New South Wales and Tasmania, and third in Victoria and Canberra, although it somehow failed to make the cut in the IRI Australia rankings, as did the practically ubiquitous Carlton Draught ranking. We spent a few years and, although it is likely that many brewed beer, the first recognized brewer was former convict John Boston, who used a variety of Cape currant leaves and corn from India to make the first local beer. Ten years ago, they changed their strategy and created Hahn Super Dry, which is now Australia's favorite low-carb beer because it has 70% less carbohydrates than regular beer. If you want to know which are the best beers in Australia “the people”, check out the results of GABS's list of the 100 best craft beers right here.
Australian beer is, without a doubt, one of the best beers to be found around the world, and many of them have consistently won awards. It's easy to order a beer in Australia, either at home by ordering online or going to a pub and choosing a beer that suits your mood or food. Personal taste is what makes choosing a good beer a personal experience, but choosing any of the most popular beer names on the list above will be a good starting point. The best craft or craft beers you can try are those that have recently won awards for their craft beer styles, or those that are highly recommended in the area you visit.
All of Australia's major beer brands are owned by the South African company SABMiller or the Japanese company Kirin.