Silver Eagle Distributors, headquartered in Houston, Texas is the nation's largest distributor of Anheuser-Busch products, and one of the largest Grupo Modelo distributors in the nation. The company also distributes a broad selection of import brands, microbrews, craft beers and several non-alcohol beverages and waters.
We Are The #1 Beer Distributor in the Houston and San Antonio Areas.
The Largest Anheuser-Busch Distributor In The Nation.
And The 2nd Largest Beer Distributor In The U.S.
John L. Nau, III
President and CEO, Silver Eagle Distributors
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Sierra Nevada - Flipside
Featuring a ruby-red hue and abundant tropical fruit and citrus hop flavors, Flipside Red IPA is the perfect beer for the final flash of summer.
Firestone Walker - OAKtoberfest
Traditional imported malts offer subtle honey-like aromas with hints of Noble hop spice. The stars of this brew are the imported Pilsner and Vienna malts that offer malty sweetness that carry through to the end.
Goose Island - 312 Urban Pale Ale
Urban Pale Ale was constructed on a balanced malt backbone, so the citrus hop aroma and crisp flavor can stand tall.
Perfect for parties and outdoor refreshment, Montejo is best enjoyed in a wide-mouthed glass and pairs well with Mexican cuisine.
A pilsner type beer, Corona Extra® is the best-selling Mexican beer in the world and, since 2001, the world's fourth best-selling brand. Introduced in the US in the early 1980's, Corona Extra® has become the number one most imported beer in the US.
Not surprisingly, Becks is Germany's No 1 export beer. Brewed in Bremen since 1874 according to the German Purity law of 1516 - The Reinheitsgebot, which only allows barley, malt, water and yeast to be used in the brewing process.