Meantime and Kernel are bringing craft beer from the city to the countryside.
The United Kingdom currently has more breweries per inhabitant than any other country.
Only three countries drink more beer per capita than Germany. If you're wondering, the Czech Republic, Austria, and Seychelles are among them. The Germans produce world-class beer.
Surprisingly, Japan's beer scene is expanding. In the 17th century, the Dutch introduced beer to Japan. Until 1869, the Japanese exchanged their commodities for beer.
In the mid-1990s, the government deregulated the brewing industry, resulting in the popularity of microbrewing and craft beer.
Belgium produces less than 1% of the world's beer, yet it is well-known for its quality and variety.
Despite its size, Belgium produces 8,000 beers, including Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, and Duval. In Brussels, Delirium Café boasts around 2,000 labels.
Given its agricultural strength, New Zealand's brewing sector was unavoidable.
Hops give the country's beer a zesty flavour that is well-liked across the world. Every year, New Zealanders consume 75.5 litres of beer.