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Celtia is a beer brand produced in Tunisia. It is one of the most popular beers in the country and has a significant cultural presence.

History[edit | edit source]

Celtia was first introduced in 1951 by the Société Frigorifique et Brasserie de Tunis (SFBT), a leading beverage company in Tunisia. The beer quickly gained popularity due to its unique taste and quality. Over the years, Celtia has become synonymous with Tunisian beer culture.

Production[edit | edit source]

Celtia is brewed using traditional methods, with a focus on maintaining high standards of quality. The main ingredients include barley, hops, yeast, and water. The brewing process involves several stages, including malting, mashing, boiling, fermenting, and conditioning.

Varieties[edit | edit source]

Celtia is available in several varieties, catering to different tastes and preferences. The most common varieties include:

  • Celtia Blonde: A light, golden beer with a mild flavor.
  • Celtia Speciale: A stronger version with a higher alcohol content.
  • Celtia Zero: A non-alcoholic version for those who prefer to avoid alcohol.

Cultural Significance[edit | edit source]

Celtia holds a special place in Tunisian culture. It is commonly consumed during social gatherings, celebrations, and festivals. The brand is also associated with Tunisian identity and pride.

Marketing and Distribution[edit | edit source]

Celtia is widely available across Tunisia, in both urban and rural areas. It is sold in various formats, including bottles, cans, and on tap in bars and restaurants. The brand's marketing campaigns often emphasize its Tunisian heritage and quality.

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