Did You Know That Haiti Has Its Own Beer? Yes, Prestige Beer!

Prestige Haitian beer

Did you know that Haiti has its own national beer brand? Well, did you?

Yes, kreyolicious boys and girls, it sure does. And it’s called Prestige—a rather fitting name, I think. The beer is made and brewed in Haiti, according to the website Manman Pemba.

Prestige Haiti beer

And according to the beer’s website, it recently celebrated its 40th year of existence. When the owners had been at it for nearly 38 years, USA Today reported that Heinneken stepped in and threw in a $100 million investment into it.

Prestige Haitian beer

Ooh, look at the design of the bottle. Ooh.

The beer itself has won many prestigious awards.

You should look into buying it.

Prestige Beer Haiti

Don’t drink? Buy it anyway, you can probably do some cool highlights with your hair with it. And also, didn’t I read somewhere or other that you can also massage your veins really good with beer?


Haiti beer Prestige

Also, while you’re at it, watch this commercial I came across on Youtube about Prestige the beer.

Photo Credit: Jumenes Coreus/Dezobri


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