Brewed by Lvivska Pivovarnya (Carlsberg)
Style: Pale Lager
Lviv, Ukraine


on tap


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RATINGS: 131   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.45/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
Light beer brewed of the best quality ingredients with slight bitterness - the true delicacy for the gourmets of all times.

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LordBeamish (144) - Boozetown, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 10, 2006
bottle: Poured a pale cloudy yellow colour with virtually no head. Not offensive but nothing special.....some hoppy aroma.....little else going on.

KingofCastle (208) - London, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 5, 2006
500 mL bottle: Another great pale lager roasted by beer snobs. Come on! Not as good as Svytury’s Ekstra (Lithuanian) but still decent. Tastes more crisp. Hops not strong, malt is little stronger but very clean in mouthfeel & finish. This is a really smooth beer. My pint almost disappeared! Drink it fast (or pretty much dead after 20 min) and in hot weather or washing down those salty chasers.

markas101 (2534) - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - NOV 27, 2006
50cl bottle, Shelburne. Surprisingly cloudy for the style, very little head. Smells similar to low quality american lager - corn/rice. Very thin in the mouth, very little carbonation, sour (not bitter) with a lingering sourness. Not great.

mansquito (7148) - Nueva York, New York, USA - NOV 1, 2006
I kind of like this beer, but I’m Ukrainian, so I might be biased. It is a relatively light beer with a little bitter flavor. Not really big on the palate thing. Clear body, one complaint I have though is that it goes flat far too fast. 15 minutes later you will have a completely and worse beer. Drink it quick.

TheJester (2543) - Cavan Monaghan, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 27, 2006
Smells like . . . not good. Hay and mildew. Hay with mildew on it. Quite pale in colour. Voluminous head. Not a lot of taste - Pale lager, so I guess it’s not supposed to. Malt is the most obvious flavour. Corn? Didn’t get much bitterness. Not offensive, but nothing special. Better than most macro pale lagers, I suppose.

Diogène (1214) - Mirabel, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 25, 2006
UPDATED: MAY 27, 2009 Bottle from LCBO. Clear pale blond with a huge white head. Aroma is malty and grassy. Tastee is well malted, with grassy notes and a slight bitter aftertaste. Wel balanced.

larsga (7680) - Oslo, NORWAY - SEP 16, 2006
Small white head; pale yellow body with some ongoing carbonation. Grainy, smoky aroma. Taste is deep smoky grain with strong grassy notes, quite bitter. Harmonic, with fruity, citric notes. Chalky, bitter aftertaste. Quite a lot of taste, but still light, drinkable and refreshing. Good! (0.5l bottle.)

rdelljh (177) - Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 10, 2006
Pale yellow body with a white head. Flavour is light, with a bit of hoppy bitterness.

radiomgb (2686) - Peterborough, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 25, 2006
UPDATED: AUG 28, 2006 500ml bottle from the <a href=http://www.lcbo.com/ target=blank>LCBO in Peterborough, Ontario. Light golden-straw in colour, lasting white coloured head, great lacing. The aroma is grainy, crisp, lots of grassy hops, light sweetness. The flavour is grainy, herbal, grassy, light pale malts, very crisp with a moderate sweetness. Bitter mouthfeel, light body, high carbonation. Finishes with a lingering light bitterness. Another typical Eastern European pale lager that is present at the LCBO.

Production Date 03/03/06.

IMtheOptimator (1170) - Brookfield, Connecticut, USA - JUN 26, 2006
Bottle on a boat trip in Kiev, Ukraine. Pale yellow with a fizzy white head. Faint corn and grass aroma. Flavor is light but there is some clean grassy noble hop essence to it. Could have been worse, considering it was given to us warm.

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