3. Nigeria
Increase in beer consumption from 2010-11: 11%  

Beer is booming as quickly as the oil business in Nigeria, and everyone's taking a piece of the action. Heineken produces the nation's popular and pitifully weak Gulder and Star lagers. More importantly, however, it pumps out Legend Extra Stout, which is the brewer's direct competitor to Diageo Nigerian Guinness brewery (which brews with local grain) and SABMiller's Castle Milk Stout. Nigeria loves stout and consumes more of it than either Ireland or the U.S. Oil may be what drives Nigeria's economy, but it's the country's love of that other dark liquid that's given Nigeria nearly half of the world's stout sales

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