There are hundreds of World Cup beverages being cheered with amongst fans from teams all over the world in Brazil right now. Writer Brian M. from Digg.com shed light on what some of those beverages are in this list of alcohols that are native to each country participating in this year’s FIFA World Cup.
The alcoholic drinks depicted show us how to make them, where we can buy them and the country they are native to. Some drinks are more well-known than others because they are available worldwide. For example, Mexico is known for Tequila, while Germany is known for its beer. Others that are not as popular include Cameroon's drink Matango, which is made out of pine sap and isn't available in the US and the Netherlands' Jenever alcohol, which is the ancestor of gin and is only popular in the Netherlands and Belgium.