I prefer red wine (when we're talking about the alcoholic drinks), but sometimes, may be once per month, I can drink some beers.
Let's see more details about these four beers on the picture -
1. It's a German beer. Its name is "Valentins Weißbier (Premium Hefeweissbier Hefetrüb ; GETREU DEM BAYERISCHEN REINHEITSGEBOT VON 1516) Alc. 5,3 % . There are a lot of foreign language translations on the can - for example МПYРА (the Greek). The Chinese name of this German beer is 瓦伦丁小麦啤酒 (听装).
2. Stella Artois is from Belgium. We can read on the can: "Belgium's original ANNO * 1366 STELLA ARTOIS Premium Lager Beer LEUVEN Anno 1366". Also there are translation of the word "beer" in many foreign languages like BIRRA, BIER, CERVEZA, CERVEJA, etc.
And also other languages as "ARAK MENGANDYNGI 5.0% ALKOHOL" (I think this is Malaysian language and it shows that the alcohol in this beer is 5 %.)
The Chinese name of this beer is 时代啤酒
3. OLD SPECKLED HEN is from England. (We can read on the can: MORLAND EST. 1711 "OLD SPECKLED HEN" English Fine Ale EST. 1711 A DISTINCTIVE RICH MALTY TASTE BURSTING WITH CHARACTER, FRUITY AROMA & DELICIOUSLY SMOOTH 5.2% ALC./VOL. 500 ML e ). There is the word BEER in different languages as BIER, CERVEZA, CERVEJA, BIRRA, etc.
The Chinese name of this beer is 格林王火鸟啤酒
4. The last one is Chinese, Qingdao beer, but I think based on foreign technology - AUGERTA, 1903 (奥古特 in Chinese). The alcohol is 4.1%.