"Nikšićko" beer is the best known beer in the Montenegro, and most common alcoholic beverage, which cost from €0.50 to €2.50. It is produced as a draught beer, or bottled, in both "Nik Gold" and lighter "Nik Cool" variant. The dark variant, "Nik tamno", is praised among beer lovers. The local word for beer is 'pivo', strangely Montenegro also has a river called Piva.


Other alcoholic drinks can cost anywhere between €1 and €10.


The continental region and north are more oriented towards the production of aromatic fruit flavoured brandy plum brandy - šljivovica, apple brandy - jabukovača. Grape brandy "Montenegrin loza", "Prvijenac", "Kruna" or home made grape brandy lozova rakija, lozovača is a must-try, and a good choice to "warm up" before going out in the evening.


The legal purchasing age of alcoholic beverages is 18, but there is no legal age for drinking.

Montenegrin vineyards and the production of quality wine is part of the tradition of southern and coastal wine makers.

The best known Montenegrin wines are the premium whites: "Krstač", "Cabernet", "Chardonnay" and reds: "Vranac", "Pro Corde". All of them are produced by the famous company "Plantaže", but there's also some home-made wines of high quality, like Crmničko wine.

1L bottle of "Vranac" red wine will cost you from €8 to €15 in the bar or restaurant and it is well worth it! Also, you can buy a bottle of "Plantaze"'s wine for about €2-€4 in supermarkets.