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Germany - Ur-Krostitzer

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Brauereistr. 12, 04509, Krostitz, Germany

A portrait of the 17th-century Swedish King Gustav II Adolf graces the Ur-Krostitzer labels. The story goes that, in 1631, during the Thirty Years’ War, the king came to Krostitz, parched by a hot, dry wind. He was given a glass of the town’s festival beer to quench his thirst, and declared it excellent. The brand is now part of the Radeberger Group.

Feinherbes Pilsener

beer style: Pilsner
alcohol content: 5% ABV

A brilliant pilsner with a lightly sparkling attitude, a dry aroma of hops, and a very elegant taste.


beer style: Schwarzbier
alcohol content: 4.9% ABV

Ur-Krostitzer’s Schwarzes is the most famous black beer in the country. It has a fine malty taste and a nice, light, hoppy finish.

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