ABV = Alcohol By Volume. The higher this number is means how much alcohol the drink contains.

5.6 %

IBU = International Bitterness Units. This is a scale of bitterness from 0 to 100. Bitterness is perceived differently by people and the IBU number shows the general direction: the higher the IBU, the more bitterness the beer contains.


OG = Original gravity. It is indicated in the form of a three- or four-digit number, by which amateurs determine whether the beer is dense or not.

13 °P

EBC = (European Brewing Convention) - brewing standards on European level established by the convention of European brewers. This abbreviation mainly refers to the intensity of the malt color.


Vienna Lager is a historical lager developed by Anton Dreyer back in 1840. It is of a clear reddish copper color, moderately carbonated, it has the flavor of roasted malt with caramel tones and a balancing bitterness in the aftertaste. It works well with such dishes as red meat, smoked dishes or those stewed in tomato sauces, spicy ribs or grilled dishes, which are a great match to the wonderful amber lager.