Moscow is the largest city in the biggest country in the world. It’s one of the most expensive cities to travel through, containing more billionaires than any other city. It’s the birthplace of vodka, and most people think of this national spirit when Moscow is mentioned. But what about beer?
25 Best Beer Cities: #23 Moscow, RussiaJuly 1, 2012 0
Moscow has enough pubs, nightclubs, and breweries to suit the needs of its near 12 million residents, who drink more beer than spirits. Moscow is home to 21 breweries, as well as the Moscow Beer Festival. As craft beer and ales are nudging into the territory of lagers and macro brews around the world, such is also the case in Moscow. There is an ‘underground’ beer scene with microbreweries and home brews that you can’t find through normal tourist channels. While vodka may be the czar of Moscow, beer could easily stage a coup.
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