A night out drinking in Vietnam used to mean one thing: sipping Bia Hoi, a local draft beer with 3% alcohol content, from a tiny stool on the sidewalk. But feather-light lagers aren't the only game in town anymore. The country's craft beer scene is booming, having welcomed more than a dozen microbreweries in the past couple of years. Vietnam is one of the biggest beer consumers in Asia, drinking 3.8 billion litres a year in 2016, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. While stalwart, mainstream brands still account for the lion's share of that consumption, artisan brewers such as the ones you see in this collection, are providing a real alternative.