Real classic of light beer!
"Opillia Svitle" is a #real classic of light beer. The beer has a delicate taste of light barley malt grown on fertile Ukrainian land and the aromatic Ukrainian hops that give it a subtly light bitterness.
It has the aroma of fermented malt beverage with a light hint of hops.
40 kcal / 100g
4,1g / 100g
OG - Original Gravity - the key characteristic that determines the saturation of beer. This is the concentration of dry matter in the wort from which the beer will be brewed. Measured before fermentation.
ABV - Alcohol by Volume - an indicator of the strength of beer, the volume fraction of alcohol in the finished drink, specified as a percentage (% vol.).
IBU - International Bitterness Unit - international units of beer bitterness. The IBU scale shows the level of beer intoxication and is measured in millionths of alpha acids, which are the basis of hop bitterness in a certain amount of beer. The scale varies from 0 to 120. The higher the value - the stronger the bitterness of beer, which depends on the variety of hops and the duration of its boiling.