Almaza – Lebanese Beer 0.33 L

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Lebanon’s first beer and most iconic beer. To be drunk chilled, it’s crisp, clean and refreshing. A light carbonation tingle dances from the tip of the tongue, toward the middle, signifying sweetness. But it’s not overly sweet. Almaza’s flavors are delicate and mild with notes of light graininess and hints of corn

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Vintage Year : 2022
Delivery Time : 2-5 days
Product Contains : 0.33 Liters
Price Per Liter : 3.30 Euro
Alcohol Volume : 4.2%


Almaza Pilsner Beer includes delicate aromas of grain and corn waft from the glass. And that’s not really surprising, when you discover that the brewery states “corn makes up to 25%” of the grain bill. But give the beer a few vigorous swirls to bring some of its head back. And you’ll soon discover that it also brings light notes of honey and flora, with grassy hints. That light, delicate character also carries into Almaza Pilsener Beer’s flavor.


The Brasserie Almaza S.A.L. was founded in the Baouchriye sector of Beirut in 1933 by Lebanese shareholders as the Brasserie Franco-Libano-Syrienne; the name stems from the fact that France administered Lebanon (then the Lebanese Republic) at that time, but still administered under the French Mandate of Syria. Lebanon saw many conflicts throughout its existence, and throughout the bombardments, Almaza still kept brewing its beer, changing its name to the Brasserie Almaza S.A.L. in the 1990's.

Heiniken & other Beers

In 1995, Almaza beer became the only beer brewed in Lebanon. In 2002, the Heineken group purchased a significant portion of the brewery. In addition to the Almaza pilsner, their flagship, they began brewing Rex strong ale (8% ABV) in 2004 and Almaza Pure Malt (6% ABV) in 2007; they originally began experimenting with additional styles in the 1990's. Since Lebanon has a large Muslim population, it also brews Laziza (a non-alcoholic malt beverage it acquired in 2003) and Almaza 0% Alcohol.