In Spain, the first industrial brewery was started by Moritz (1856) in Barcelona. The first brewery in Malaga appeared some years later in 1905.
Malaga’s first craft beer, Rebellion, was born in 2012 and a further nine subsequently appeared and scarcely occupies an estimated 0.3% market share (as well as in the rest of the country).
Record beaters such as the Scottish Brewmeister-snake venom, has the most alcohol content on the market at 67,5º. One of the brands with the least alcohol is Mikeller-Drink’in the Sun, with only 1.4 °. It would be interesting to try both to see if the brewers have also taken into consideration the taste factor.
If that does not surprise you, maybe The Australian Antarctic Nail Ale would as the most expensive. It justifies its price by the use of Antarctic ice for its production, and costs a whopping eight hundred euros out of only thirty bottles produced. Following the successful marketing and product base, the Japanese Sapporo Space Barley uses barley seeds that have spent five months aboard the International Space Station.
Amongst the other weird and wonderful beers is the New Zealand beer with deer sperm, but the award needs to go to the American Walker, in tribute to the zombies, which produces a variety with grilled goat brains.