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Piwo z Grodziska
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Beer from Grodzisk Wielkopolski has more than 700 years of tradition. Back after a long time to revive the legend of the only Polish-style beer. Just like in the past, it is now brewed only in Grodzisk Wielkopolski, using only the Grodzisk water, Grodzisk yeast and wheat malt dried over oak smoke.


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Cydr Miłosławski
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Cydr Miłosławski is a combination of several carefully selected varieties of apples cultivated in Poland. The drink’s magnificent golden hue is easy on the eye while its aroma is a reminder of apples ripening in the sun. It is a light, nicely carbonated beverage with a fruity, harmonious flavour with a palpable sour note counter-balanced […]


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Komes Baltic Porter
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Komes Porter is a full-bodied Baltic porter with a substantial roasted malt character, offering a perfectly smooth, rounded finish. It has majestic black color and great creamy head. Flavor of roasted malts is well balanced with espresso and chocolate hints. Its complex, unique flavor and aroma will cater to the most sophisticated tastes. It changes […]


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