Does your local store or beer distributoer carry any brands of Lithuanian beer? If so, please let me know and I will add it to my site. Email me.
If there is anything you would like to see added to the site, drop me an email. I'm always looking for suggestions on anything regarding Lithuanian beer or food. I was thinking a recipe section would be nice.
The New York Times listed Lithuania as #24 on the list of "The 46 Places to Go in 2013" because of an "overlooked historic beer trail in Lithuania."
The Old World is webbed with well-traveled beer trails in places like Belgium, Germany and the Czech Republic. But in the past few years, rumors have swirled about an overlooked historic beer trail in Lithuania. Centered around the town of Birzai, a town in the country's north, some 50 to 70 farmhouse breweries are producing earthy, unusual ales, often employing techniques not seen elsewhere, and fermented with types of brewing yeast that - as the Canadian beer writer Martin Thibault has discovered - appear to have different DNA from all other known strains. To get a taste of what the Lithuanian beer trail offers, sample the wares at specialty beer bars like Bambalyne, Alaus Namai and Snekutis in the capital, Vilnius. After that, the truly intrepid can seek out countryside breweries. - Evan Rail