Map of Indian Harbour for Tap water (acqua del rubinetto) is quite drinkable, and you won’t pay for a glass in a bar, though Italians prefer mineral water (acqua minerale) and drink more of it than any other country in Europe. It can be drunk either still (senza gas or naturale) or sparkling (con gas or frizzante). Beer and spirits Beer (birra) is always a lager-type brew which usually comes in one-third or two-third litre bottles, or on tap (alla spina), measure for measure more expensive than the bottled variety. A small beer is a piccola (20cl or 25cl), a larger one (usually 40cl) a media. The cheapest and most common brands are the Italian Moretti, Peroni and Dreher, all of which are very drinkable; if this is what you want, either state the brand name or ask for birra nazionale or birra chiara otherwise you could end up with a more expensive imported beer. You may also come across darker beers (birra nera or birra rossa), which have a sweeter, maltier taste and in appearance resemble stout or bitter. All the usual spirits are on sale, known mostly by their generic names. The home-grown Italian firewater is grappa, originally from Bassano di Grappa in the Veneto but now available just about everywhere. It’s made from the leftovers from the winemaking process (skins, stalks and the like) and is just the thing on a cool evening. Map of Indian Harbour 2016.
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