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Beer and Wine in Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Sofia, Happy Grill Restaurant

Bulgaria, Sofia, Happy Grill Restaurant - enjoying a drink.

The beers and wines brewed in Bulgaria are of a very high quality. The beer is award winning, and the one I chose to drink - named Kamenitza - was of a very high quality. What's more, forget the high prices in the pubs in he U.K., here the beer is very cheap. Similarly to most countries, the cost of beer in a supermarket - for consumption at home - is very cheap, but even in bars and restaurants it is still relatively cheap.

Bulgaria is a prolific grape producing country, and much of it goes towards one of their proudest and greates exports - wine. I am particularly fond of the bulgarian red wines, and have friends who say the white is delicious too. Like beer, the prices of bulgarian wines are relatively low.

Most Bulgarians would make their own wine from grapes grown in their own gardens, or the gardens of friends or relatives.The grapes are also used by Bulgarians to make the powerful Rakkia - which surely must be the Bulgarian national drink.


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