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Has a slightly bitter taste, soft scent and a golden-brown colour. This deeply fermented beer with an alcohol volume content of 4% is suitable especially as a table drink during meals.
Availability: 120 in stock
SKU: 8594404001401
$4.99

Has a slightly bitter taste, soft scent and a golden-brown colour. This deeply fermented beer with an alcohol volume content of 4% is suitable especially as a table drink during meals.

Has a slightly bitter taste, soft scent and a golden-brown colour. This deeply fermented beer with an alcohol volume content of 4% is suitable especially as a table drink during meals.

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