Like many Caribbean destinations, St. Vincent and the Grenadines has a popular local lager. Hairoun, a two-time gold medal winner at the European Monde Selection, is light, smooth, and crisp — perfect for the equatorial climate in this southern Caribbean archipelago.
In July 2018, however, an alternative launched on the Vincentian island Mustique. The newcomer, 32 Islands Brewery, is a craft operation incorporating local ingredients, American hops, and English, German, and Belgian brewing traditions. The brewery is the first on the tiny island and the second in the country behind Krew Brewing, which opened on St. Vincent in 2015.