Also known as bababa beer, is one of the most popular beers in Vietnam and was started in France using the ingredients of German. It was produced in the year 1893 and was developed as a rice beer. Initially, it was known as Beer 33 but later, in the seventies, another digit was added to it and now it’s known as “333”. This cheap beer was a favorite among American GIs during the Vietnam War.
The infamous Huda beer gets its name from Hue(Hu) and Denmark(Da). It can be found and is a local drink in Central Vietnam. The drink is available as canned, bottled and draught beer. The well-known lager beer produced and marketed by Carlsberg Vietnam (the market leader in Vietnam’s central region) is a silver medalist and has won several prizes at international beer competitions.
- Bia Ha Noi
Hanoi beer (Bia Ha Noi in Vietnamese) is the most popular beer in the north and was produced in Hanoi, Vietnam. According to a source, approximately 4 liters of the beer is sold in Hanoi every day. This local beer is light, refreshing and has a crispy edge to it.
- Saigon Beer(green/red/special)
Saigon beer is one of the leading brands in Vietnam and is famous all over Vietnam. The beer is produced in the south and has 4.7% of alcohol content in it. This light and unique tasting beer are available in green, red and special varieties and you will surely find one of these beers bar in any part in the country.
Heineken Lager Beer has almost 5% alcohol content and is sold in a green bottle with a red star. The pale-colored beer is produced and found by the Dutch brewing company Heineken International. According to a source, this beer has over 200 million liters sold per year! This straw yellow color drink has a strong and bitter taste and goes down smoothly with ice.