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LCBO #676080 • $2.45 (500 ml)
Warka Brewery is located in the Mazovia region of Poland. Warka was the birthplace of Kazimierz Pułaski (1745–1779), Polish nobleman and general, a hero of the American Revolution.
Brewing tradition dates back to the 15th century, when in 1478 Warka brewers received exclusive privilege to supply the golden liquid to the Warsaw royal court. Warka Beer is brewed according to traditional recipe, using only natural ingredients and spring water.
Deep amber-golden hue. Pours with a white, frothy head. Rich, full-bodied, smooth and generous sweet malt flavours with a hint of hops. Very lush with rounded mouthfeel.
LCBO #331280 • $2.45 (500 ml bottle) | LCBO #676445 • $9.35 (4x 500 mL cans)
Since 1856 this premium Polish beer has been brewed according to the original Zywiec brewer’s recipe from the best natural ingredients, finest malted barley, choicest hops and pure mountain spring water.
Full-bodied with mild bitterness. Moderately hopped. Hint of malt.
Reminiscent of toasted malts. Simple toasted grain flavours give a clean palate. Lively and refreshing with subtle floral finish. Zywiec beer received many international awards including: Gold Medal at the World Beer Championships.