Served in a tipical German styled can, this dark lager holds quite a few surprises.
The latest available Oranjeboom beer that can be bought in Selgros, and it's told to be an imperial stout.
After the american pale ale and the india pale ale, I was curious to try an other, very different beer from this brewery.
Price/quality wise one of the best beers I ever had, comes at 0.6 euro and it's a very good weizen type beer.
A craft quality beer from the Pécsi brewery, an adventurous brew to stand out from the usual.
The foamy side of the life, as their motto sais, and while the foam itself is nothing special, the beer is quite enjoyable, a solid lager.
My first ever beer from India, I am still wondering how it is sold here in Transilvania.
With at least 1 grade above it's pale lager brother, this dark lager from Bucur is in the almost good category.
A Weizen beer from Passau, Germany, which does not disappoint, but also does not impress, it's a safe bet for a regular wheat beer.
Weissbier from the Netherlands which is surprisingly average aroma and taste wise.
A delicious, sweet ale beer from the home of tulips, wind turbines and cheese of course.
One of the best beers from the lower range available in Romania - along with the Ursus Retro.
This beer really looks like a demon, it's so dark it's already black; the name goes well with how it presents itself.
Was really surprised about this beer, from a big company - like the brewer of this - achieved a nice balance in this, much better than their lager.
Chili peppers with beer, what could really go wrong? Well, as they state on the bottle, this one here is not for the faint hearted.
At the first sight, this beer is a beautiful delice with it's pure, gold color.
During the summer of 2018, while on Holiday in Hajdúszoboszló, I drank a lot of Szalon beer, although those were not from the limited edition, but the standard one.
Got this very retro looking (yet very cool in it's design as a whole) bottle from my friend Wali, directly from Germany.
Not every day you get to drink a Chinese beer here in Europe! Probably because Chinese are not the most famous for their beers (maybe somebody can prove me wrong).
A fresh and tasty pilsner, which is brewed by Dreher Sörgyárak in Hungary based on the license from the Czech brewery.
Found this nice looking bottle in a Belgian beer shop in Budapest, and I really liked it's design and name, right at the first sight.
The favorite from our 2018 Silvestre party 😊 As the brewery states, at the end of the fermentation, they make a cold hopping to the beer, creating a complex low bitter taste.
One of the best of the rest a.k.a in my opinion the most drinkable of the cheaper commercial beers in Romania.
Bought in Tesco during a one day - one night trip to Budapest, the latest member of the Óvatos Duhaj family is the winner of the 2018 Soproni beer contest.
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