Brewed by Karlovačka Pivovara (Heineken)
Style: Pale Lager
Karlovačko is a popular beer in Croatia. Its brewery is located in the city of Karlovac, Croatia, founded in 1854 by local landowner Baron Nikola Vranyczany. It is one of the oldest and biggest breweries in Croatia, and remains the largest exporter of beer in Croatia. In 2003, Heineken International acquired a majority stake.
Karlovačko beer has an alcohol content of about 5.2 percent by volume and is marked by a golden-yellow colour and refreshingly bitter taste. It has won many international awards among them a 2005 Brewing Industry International Award golden medal in the category of beers with 4.5 to 5.5 percent alcohol.
Review: Can of Karlovacko Pivo Beer, 5.2% ABV
The aroma was a good grain scent with some malt sweetness, nice.
A nice thick, foamy, white head appeared after the pour, that stuck around. A bit of lacing noted.
The colour was a bright clear golden straw appearance. Had a bitter taste, and I felt it was a strong beer. No doubt a few of these under my belt and I would be ready for a good party.
A good clean Pale Lager, with a nice decent aroma.
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