Quilmes (Beer)

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The lager Quilmes is made by Quilmes from Argentina brewed with cool fermenting and shows an alcoholic content of 4.9%. Drinks&Co users reviewed tihs beer with 2,8 of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Quilmes

Producer: Quilmes
Volume: 33cl
Alcohol Vol.: 4.9%
Fermentation: Cool Fermenting
Type Of Beer: Lager
Country: Argentina

Description · Quilmes



  • View: Straw yellow.
  • Nose: Touch of acidity mingled with the aromas of hops and some slight sweetness.
  • Palate: Medium bodied, it shows the sweetness of malt and grain at first, followed by a slight bitterness of the hops produced.

Alcohol: 5% Vol


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Posted on at 03.04



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Posted on at 08.42

4.5 /5

Quilmes Cristal simboliza el sabor que eligen los argentinos desde hace más de un siglo.

Quilmes Cristal is the brand emblem Quilmes Brewery and Malting, the leading beer market, and without a doubt, the favorite of the Argentines. In 1890 the first draft beer Quilmes was served, and...
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Posted on at 16.16

0 /5

Hi I am from Argentina,
if not beyond reach another Quilmes, but
This is really one of the worst beers
seems too acidic vinegar, artificial aerated as
a gas. Of the worst beers Marketplace
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Posted on at 10.49

3.5 /5

Quilmes is inveitable if you have an Argentine friend. Soft, fresh, great for football games (to watch on TV, not to play them . . . . )
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Posted on at 16.17

4 /5

Quilmes, "el sabor del encuentro"

A little history of Quilmes? The brewery and malting plant was founded in 1888 by Otto Bemberg in the southern suburbs of Buenos Aires, Quilmes (hence the name). In October 1890, and 31 to be exact...
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Posted on at 04.46

4 /5

Intense yellow. Its aroma is acidic, and found the aromas of hops. The palate has a medium body, notice the sweet malt at the beginning and continue to the hop bitterness.
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