8 Countries that Produce the Most Beer in the World

Global beer production amounted to 181 million kiloliters in 2009, up 0.4% from 2008. The volume of global beer production in 2009 was 44.08 million kiloliters, or 32.3%, more than in 1999. Nearly half of that growth came from China, where beer production increased by 21.63 million kiloliters during the past decade. China, the world's largest beer-producing country, increased its beer production by 7.0% from 2008 to more than 40 million kiloliters in 2009, continuing to gain production share in the global market. As increases in personal income and higher living standards, both created by economic growth, have been driving the growth of beer-drinking population in China, beer production is expected to maintain its growth momentum in that country. Asia, where the volume of beer production in 2009 increased by 5.5% from its year-earlier level, became for the first time the largest beer-producing region in the world with a 32.4% share of global production; Europe, where beer production in 2009 decreased by 5.1% from the previous year, slipped to second place with a 30.5% production share. Here is the list by Insidermonkey experts about the countries that produce the most beer in the world.

A cold brew on a hot day, a hearty stout on a windy winter night, ale with lunch, lager with dinner, a kegger with friends - it's no wonder this versatile drink is the most commonly-consumed alcoholic beverage in the world. With a history thousands of years in the making, and an established place in culture and cuisine worldwide, it means a lot of effort and care goes into the brewing of the beverage.
If beer is your haven, your happy place, you should take a look at these top-tier beer-producing countries before planning your next vacation. If you are a beer enthusiast, then you’ll also enjoy reading about the most popular beers in the world.

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