Tasting Notes: A dortmunder/export lager style, Baltika No. 7 has a distinctively soft taste with a pleasantly refreshing aftertaste. Due to elite aroma hops, the harmonious taste of Baltika No. 7 has fresh, slightly bitter accents and pronounced hop aroma with subtle alcohol notes.
Tasting Notes: A European pale lager, Zhigilovskoe Firmennoe is the most well-known and popular Russian beer brand from the Soviet times. Now Zhigulevskoe is produced according to its traditional recipe using only modern equipment and high-quality raw materials, which ensures the high quality of beer and its excellent taste.
Tasting Notes: Lech is from the region of Wielkopolska in West Poland. An easy to drink classic beer made with selected proportions of pale malt and a balanced addition of Marynka and Lubelski Polish hops, Lech's smooth taste and high carbonation offers consumers the perfect refreshment.
Tasting Notes: Żywiec Porter, pronounced "je-vi-ets", is a dark, strong beer brewed according to the traditional recipe from 1881, with the Munich malt and special malts for caramel and colour plus the highest quality aromatic hops. One of the worlds top 50 porters.