It seems like every place you go in the Caribbean has its own beer. Why not? Few things complement blazing sunshine and the smell of salt water and cocoa butter quite like a cold beer in a bottle beaded with condensation, one you can roll in your hands as you feel the tropical breeze and hear the rush of the surfing sand.
I’ve had Carib, Piton, Sands, Kalik, and more Caribbean beers that I’ve forgotten. Belikin, the Belizean contribution to the brewing arts, fits right in. Like the rest, it’s a lager, crisp and clean and with a nice finishing tang, well-suited to rinsing that salt water residue off your lips and easing you into the evening.