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The taste of real beer is well known!
The taste of real beer is well known!

“Viennese” beer is often called “golden” because its color really resembles gold. It was loved and is loved by millions.
“Opillia Viennese” has familiar, traditional taste of real Viennese beer, which has a malty aroma and the taste of a fermented drink with a pleasant hop bitterness.
42 kcal / 100g Caloric content
4.8g / 100g Nutritional value
Pale Lager Kind
11% Density (OG)
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.
4.1% Alcohol (ABV)
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.).
13 Strength (IBU)
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.
Bottled in:
Glass bottle 0,5l
PET bottle 1l
PET bottle 1,5l
PET bottle 2l
Keg containing 30 liters
Keg containing 50 liters
History of Viennese beer

History of Viennese beer

The father of “Viennese” beer originates from Ternopil region - Austrian brewer Alfred von Wakano, who was born in the village of Kozova. He was the first to start brewing this type of beer, although at that time it was called “Viennese”, as this name was closer to Wakano.

The name of the beer was changed in 1930s, due to its “bourgeois” taste, which the Soviet leadership did not enjoy, so they “took the measures" and began to call it “Zhyhulivske”.

This type of beer had become one of the most popular ones in the entire post-Soviet space. At certain point it had been manufactured by 735 companies and it was consumed by millions, maybe because of its good "Viennese" heritage. “Viennese" beer was repeatedly mentioned at different times by dramaturges and writers in their works. It was loved and is loved by millions.

Opillia Viennese is brewed according to classical technology

It matures in underground cellars, where the temperature is always stable +1 - + 2ºC. In such conditions, the processes of beer wort fermentation, fermentation, and maturation of beer take place. To give shining color beer undergoes a filtration process, to remove yeast from it.

For cooking beer "Opillia Viennese" use

malt malting barley purified water hop brewer's yeast

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