We proudly offer huge selection of beer from all over the world to please even the biggest beer cornosours. We carry well known brands as well as hard to find Eastern European beers. Please see our full asortment of the beers bellow, this will give you good idea what our beer selection is, even though it varies a little from time to time.


Pilsner (also pilsener or simply pils) is a type of pale lager. It takes its name from being developed in the 19th century in the city of Pilsen, Bohemia (Plzeň in the Czech Republic), where the original Pilsner Urquell beer is still produced today. A pilsener is generally regarded as different from other pale lagers by a more prominent hop character, particularly from the use of Saaz noble hops and spring (soft) water.

Staropramen Pilsner - Prague, Czech Republic. 5% ABV
Radeberger Pils - Radeberg, Germany. 4.8% ABV
Pilsner Urquell - Pilsen, Czech Republic. 4.4% ABV

Krusovice Imperial - Krušovice, Czech Republic. 5% ABV
Golden Pheasant - Hurbanovo, Slovak Republic. 5% ABV
Karlovačko - Karlovac, Croatia. 5% ABV


Pale lagers tend to be dry, lean, clean-tasting and crisp. Flavours may be subtle, with no traditional beer ingredient dominating the others. Hop character (bitterness, flavour, and aroma) ranges from negligible to a dry bitterness from noble hops. The brewing process for this beer developed in the mid 19th century when Gabriel Sedlmayr took pale ale brewing techniques back to the Spaten Brewery in Germany and applied it to existing lagering brewing methods.

Okocim O.K.- Brzesko, Poland. 5.6% ABV
Stiegl Salzburger - Salzburg, Austria. 4.9% ABV

Baltika nr.2 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 4.8% ABV
Baltika nr.3 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 4.8% ABV
Baltika nr.7 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 5.4% ABV
Obolon Premium - Kiev, Ukraine. 5.2% ABV
Kalnapilis Grand - Panevežys, Lithuania. 5.3% ABV
Rinkuskiai Werewolf - Birzai, Lithuania. 5.2% ABV
Perla Chmielowa (Hop Pearl) - Lublin, Poland. 6% ABV
Warka - Warka, Poland. 5.7% ABV
Okocim O.K. - Brzesko, Poland. 5.6% ABV
Zywiec Original - Zywiec, Poland. 5.6% ABV
Tatra - Zyviec, Poland. 6% ABV
Stiegl Radler (Lemon soda lager) - Salzburg, Austia. 3% ABV
Stiegl Radler (Grapefruit soda lager) - Salzburg, Austia. 3% ABV
Augustiner Brau Edelstoff - München, Germany. 5.6% ABV

Euro Strong Lagers

Pale lagers that exceed an abv of around 5.8% are variously termed Bock, malt liquor and European strong lager.

Baltika nr.9 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 8% ABV
Kalnapilis 7.30 - Panevežys, Lithuania. 7.3% ABV
Rinkuskiai Lobster Lovers Beer - Birzai, Lithuania. 9.5% ABV
Warka Strong - Warka, Poland. 7.2% ABV
Okocim Mocne - Brzesko, Poland. 7% ABV
Hevelius Kaper - Elblag, Poland. 8.7% ABV
Primator Maibock - Náchod, Czech Republic. 7.5% ABV

Dark Lagers

Dark lagers may be dunkels, Schwarzbiers, Marzens (octoberfest), Vienna Lagers and Bocks. They are characterized by their smooth malty flavour. Taste ranges from dry schwazbiers, to sweet bocks and double bocks.

Staropramen Černe - Prague, Czech Republic. 4.5% ABV
Spaten Oktoberfest - Munich, Germany. 5.9% ABV
Spaten Optimator - Munich, Germany. 7.2% ABV

Baltika nr.4 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 5.6% ABV
Rinkuskiai Before/After - Birzai, Lithuania. 12% ABV
Primator Premium Dark Lager - Náchod, Czech Republic. 4.8% ABV
Primator Double Bock - Náchod, Czech Republic. 10.5% ABV
Bakalar Amber - Rakovník, Czech Republic. 4.5% ABV
Bakalar 555 - Rakovnik, Czech Republic. 7.5% ABV
Augustiner Brau Maximator - München, Germany. 7.4% ABV


Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm fermentation with a strain of brewers' yeast. The yeast will ferment the beer quickly, giving it a sweet, full bodied and fruity taste. Most ales contain hops, which impart a bitter herbal flavour that helps to balance the sweetness of the malt and preserve the beer.

Anchor Brekle's Brown Ale - San Francisco, CA. 6% ABV
21st Amendment Back In Black - Black IPA. San Francisco, CA. 6.8% ABV
Ninkasi Total Domination - IPA. Eugine, OR 6.7% ABV
Anderson Valley Boont - Amber Ale. Boonville, CA. 5.8% ABV
Balast Point Sculpin IPA - San Diego, CA. 7% ABV
Dogfish Head 90 Minute - Imperial IPA. Milton, DE 9% ABV
Anderson Valley Barney Flats - Oatmeal Stout. Boonville, CA. 5.7% ABV

Belgian Ales

Ale is a type of beer brewed from malted barley using a warm fermentation with a strain of begian yeast (Not limmited to brewers yeast). The yeast will ferment the beer quickly, giving it a sweet, full bodied and fruity taste. Belgian ales are in it's own category as belgian yeast, use of sugars as well as fruits and spices make them unique. Belgian Ales include Flemish ales and Lambic beers.

Duvel Single - Belgian Strong Golden Ale. Breendonk-Puurs, Belgium. 6.8% ABV
Affligem Blond - Belgian Blond Ale. Opwijk, Belgium. 6.7% ABV
St. Sylvestre 3 Monts - Biere de Garde. Sant Sylvestre Cappel, France. 8.5% ABV
Verhaege Echt Kriekenbier - Flemish Red Ale with Cherries. Vichte, Belgium. 6.8% ABV
Verhaege Duchesse De Bourgogne - Flemish Red Ale. Vichte, Belgium. 6% ABV
Grimbergen Abbey Ale - Belgian Dubbel. Alken, Belgium 6.5% ABV
Unibraue La Terrible - Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Chambly, Quebec, Canada. 10.5% ABV
Ommegang Hennepin - Belgian Saison. Cooperstown, NY. 7.7% ABV

Strubbe's Grand Cru - Flemish Red Ale. Ichtigem, Belgium. 6.5% ABV
Gagaleer - Belgian Strong Pale Ale (Organic). Oud-Turnhout, Belgium. 7.5% ABV
De Ryck Arend - Belgian triple. Herzele, Belgium. 8% ABV
Oud Beersel Bersalis - Belgian Triple. Beersel, Belgium. 9.5% ABV
Duvel - Belgian Strong Golden Ale. Breendonk-Puurs, Belgium. 8.5% ABV
Chimay Tripel (White) - Tripel. Baileux (Chimay) Belgium. 8% ABV
Chimay Premiere (Red) - Dubbel. Baileux (Chimay) Belgium. 7% ABV
Chimay Grand Reserve (Blue) - Belgian Dark Ale. Baileux (Chimay), Belgium. 9% ABV
Unibraue La Fin Du Monde - Belgian Triple. Chambly, Quebec, Canada. 9% ABV
Unibraue Maudite - Belgian Strong Dark Ale. Chambly, Quebec, Canada. 9% ABV


Porter is a dark-coloured and usually strong style of beer. Porter can be an ale or a lager depending where it is brewed

Baltika nr.6 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 7% ABV
Aldaris Porteris - Riga, Latvia. 6.8% ABV
Zywiec Porter - Zywiec, Poland. 9.5% ABV
Okocim Porter - Brzesko, Poland. 8.3% ABV

Wheat Ales

Wheat beer is a beer that is brewed with a large proportion of wheat. Wheat beers often also contain a significant proportion of malted barley. Wheat beers are usually top-fermented. The flavour of wheat beers varies considerably, depending upon the specific style.

Hoegaarden Belgian White Ale - Hoegaarden, Belgium. 4.9% ABV
Staropramen Nefiltrowany - Hefeweizen. Prague, Czech Republic. 5% ABV
Franziskaner Weissbier - München, Germany. 5% ABV
Blue Moon Belgian White - Golden, CO. 5.4%

Georg Schneider's Wiesen Edel-Weisse Organic - Kelheim, Germany. 6.2% ABV
Schneider Aventinus - Wheat Double Bock. Kelheim, Germany. 8.2% ABV
Baltika nr.8 Wheat Ale - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 5% ABV
Stiegl Weisse - Hefeweizen. Salzburg, Austria. 6.1% ABV


Baltika nr.0 - St. Petersburg, Russian Federation. 0.5% ABV


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