Also known as InBev Brahma
Launched in 2005.
'The export version of Brahma - although largely brewed in Brazil - is not quite the same as its Brazilian counterpart.
This international Brahma is from the exact same yeast strain that dates back to 1888 - it's built on the same foundation," Mr Kelly said. "But it's about satisfying consumer expectations.
It's a slightly different liquid. It has a slightly more fruity nose to it and that characteristic carries through. It still has a great beer taste. But across the globe outside Brazil, it's exactly the same beer." '
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Proceed to the aliased beer...InBev BrahmaThe brewer markets this same or near-same product by more than one names. This can be the result of a brewer distributing this beer under different names in different countries, or the brewer simply changing the name, but not the recipe at different points in time.