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hi, any views on caybrew beer, my favorite is sam adams lager and many different micro brews and not so micro brews, I always try local beers in the islands (banks, red stripe, balashi, kalik) some not so good (presidente). my question on this important subject is should I stock up a case or 2 of caybrew or spend up to what i know, I can't find any caybrew in the N,Y.C. area to try, Any beer drinkers on the Cayman forums? thanks MC

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I like them all. Just try some whitetip to help the sharks/ocean. You'll like Ironshore too.

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2. Re: caybrew

I like Caybrew Light best.

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I have tried local beers all over the Caribbean. Caybrew is my favorite. They are warm weather beer so they aren't big and hoppy. I prefer the White Tip Lager. Most restaurants will have at least one of them on tap. I believe they only export to Florida. I would try a couple of six packs and see what you think. I think you will be very happy.


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4. Re: caybrew

Caybrew and Caybrew Light are great island beers. However, if your looking for something close to a Sam Adams, Caybrew is not going to please you.

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5. Re: caybrew

If you want a local darker beer, try Ironshore Bock (ISB).

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Cay brew is is great local brew, nothing like red stripe.

What i found out too late is to go to the brewery, they offer at least 10 different brews there that I never saw in the stores.

Give a it try, I am trying to figure out how to get some shipped to Michigan.

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