Kingfisher is crisp, clean and unfailingly refreshing, its deft balance of light bitterness and citrus makes for a perfect partnership with the heat and spice of even the richest curry.
Whether found in Mumbai, Madrid or Manchester, you can be sure that the same authentic Indian recipe is used in both our Indian and UK breweries. So wherever you find it, you know you are truly drinking The Real Taste of India.
Kingfisher also uses the same heroic bottle the world over, ensuring that every time you lift it to your lips it takes you right back to that beautiful beach in Goa. All you have to decide is whether to enjoy a 330ml to yourself or share a 650ml with a fortuitous friend.
- Malted barley
- Glucose syrup
- Torrefied wheat
- Colour: caramel
|Energy - bottles||33 kcal|
|Energy - draught||32 kcal|
|as starch||0.0 g|
|as saturated||0.0 g|
The History of Kingfisher
Kingfisher is India’s No.1 beer and is one of the country’s most heralded exports. However, this triumphant tipple can trace its roots all the way back to 1857 when Castle Breweries first started brewing in the majestic city of Mysore.
Back then, the sight of bullock carts carrying huge barrels of beer was a common one. These carts wheeled their way to customers throughout the region as the refreshing brew became a favourite of all who tasted it. In time, Castle Breweries joined forces with four competitors to form the company now proudly known as United Breweries.
Packaging: 330ml and 650ml bottles
Price: Coming soon
Variants: View Range Here
Where to Buy: UK, India