What's the best Lebanese beer? For long the only Lebanese beer on the market, the giant Almaza is now facing a younger contender the 961 Beer (and its sister Lebanese Brew)!
Brasserie Almaza is a Lebanese brewery, founded in 1933 in Bauchrieh by the Jabre family and other Lebanese shareholders. On the other hand, 961 Beer was established by Mazen Hajjar and his friends who started brewing beer in a kitchen during the late 2006. The company moved into producing 2 million liters a year of great quality beer. Lebanese Brew (LB) is the new creation by 961.
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