Okocim OK Beer 0.5L
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This product can be only purchased in conjunction with other non-alcoholic goods available for purchase at our online store. The total value of the liquor in any single transaction can not be more than 75% of the total purchase in that transaction. The amount of beer, cider or wine is limited to a maximum of 9 liters per transaction. The maximum amount of liquor other than beer, cider or wine is limited to 2 liters per transaction.
Example: you want to purchase a bottle of 700ml wine valued at $39. This must be a maximum of 75% from your total order on checking out (before shipping cost). So in addition to wine you would need to order other non-alcoholic products at the same time for the minimum of $13 ($39/3) making the total order $52 plus delivery cost.
We apologise in advance if this may cause you any inconvenience however we are obliged to adhere to our liquor license conditions and it is beyond our jurisdiction.
Okocim OK Beer 0.5L
Okocim O.K. Beer is more than just "O.K. Beer". It derives its quality from a recipe which incorporates the best of the indigenous Polish hop varieties, malted barley and pure spring water from the Tatra mountain range. The beer itself reflects the purity of these ingredients in its taste and is one of a handful of Polish brews that defined the "Polish Pils" style, which in turn separated Polish beers from the many other European brands. It is a light-to-medium-bodied beer that actually carries quite a bit of alcohol, though its aroma of floral Polish hops nicely masks this fact.
Expect to experience a hop aroma profile that is probably unlike anything you are used to unless you often partake of the Polish brews. Look for a balanced flavor of lightly sweet malts with a spicy hop bite and, as it warms—a slight kick from the alcohol content and increasing spiciness. This beer finishes with a superbly dry crispness that is stern and unique among many of the European lagers. A great beer to drink with traditional Polish cuisine, such as a plate full of hot potato and onion Pierogies, Barszcz (red beet soup) served with stuffed dumplings, or roasted carp. And be sure to admire the vintage beer label while you're chowin' down on your Polish grub—it has remained virtually unchanged since it was first designed over 40 years ago!
Alcohol content: 5.6% by volume.
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