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May 2016

Beer 16: Ringnes Pilsener

Ringnes Pilsener was the true Oslo/Norwegian beer i had during my Oslo trip. Oslo is very expensive for enjoying a good beer as it can cost up to 120 NOK (13 Euros) for a beer.

Beer: Ringnes Pils is Norway’s leading pilsener beer. It gets its golden colour from the use of pilsener malt. The taste is clean with a light and dry malt sweetness, a slight note of fruit and well balanced amount of hops.

Brewery: Ringnes AS is the largest brewery in Norway, employing 1600 workers. The brewery was founded in 1876 by the brothers Amund and Ellef Ringnes.

Strength: 4.5%

Review: Nice and Clean pilsener

More Info: Ringnes



Beer 15: Kingswood Cider

I had Kingswood Cider when on a train from Budapest to Bratislava which is about 3 hours and passes through scenic countryside

Beer: Kingswood is a dry cider brewed in the Czech Republic

Brewery: Plzensky Prazdroj

Strength: 4.5%

Review: Pretty much a very average cider and very refreshing



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