Locally Brewed in the Cayman Islands

Interested in beers that are locally brewed in the Cayman Islands? Look no further than the options from Cayman Islands Brewery at Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits. Caybrew is the premium beer of the Cayman Islands.

Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits is the Islands’ largest retailer of beer, wine and spirits. We are well-known for offering the best brands of beer and spirits at the best prices. Our beer selection includes Cayman’s bestselling beer, Heineken, as well as Red Stripe, Amstel Light, Amstel Bright, Guinness, Coors and Stella Artois.

Locally Brewed in the Cayman IslandsWe have six convenient liquor stores, but you can also order online and have your purchases delivered FREE OF CHARGE to your home, office, resort hotel, vacation villa, or anywhere else on Grand Cayman.

Brews from Cayman Islands Brewery

Cayman Islands Brewery (CIB) opened in 2007 and prides itself on environmentally friendly production and distribution, including returnable bottles. The company features several signature brands and a variety of seasonals, such as:

Caybrew: This full-bodied premium pale lager has a clean, crisp character and is Cayman Islands Brewery’s flagship product. It won an international gold medal for quality.

Caybrew Light: This light lager with only about 100 calories and 2.4 grams of carbs. It’s also specially crafted to remove the gluten. It pairs well with light seafood, salads and pastas.

345 Lager: This crisp, refreshing, light-bodied lager is one of the Islands’ most popular beers. Enjoy it with burgers, hot wings, nachos and salty foods.

Ironshore Bock: This amber beer is brewed with specialty hops from the Cascade Mountains to 7% ABV and aged in rum barrels. Try it with BBQ and jerk chicken or pork.

White Tip Lager: This smooth, moderate-bodied Belgian style pilsner is the world’s first conservation beer. Part of the profits are donated to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.

Mango Tango: One of CIB’s most popular seasonals, this beer features tropical mango and a hint of coconut and is superb on a hot Cayman day with salads, seafood, Mexican food and jerk chicken.

Nitro Stout: This is a nitrogenized version of the brewery’s 345 Stout that emphasizes the chocolate and sweetness from the darker kilned malts and has a creamy finish.

Shell Shock IPA: This light bodied, golden India Pale Ale is bursting with aromatic hops that boasts the bold flavors of citrus and grapefruit. It goes great with burgers, spicy jerk chicken and BBQ.

Seven Mile Wheat: CIB’s American Pale Wheat Ale features an orange marmalade and coriander aroma and is named for Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach, the most famous beach in the Caribbean.

Freestyle: The brewery recently launched this low-calorie, low-carb, gluten-free ale. The light-bodied beer has just 96 calories, a slight fruity aroma (pineapple) from the addition of citrus hops, and is wonderful with seafood and salads.

Try the excellent beers locally brewed in the Cayman Islands today. Visit Jacques Scott Wine & Spirits and enjoy an incomparable selection, great prices, and exceptional customer service.