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Gambrinus (pronounced [ˈgambrɪnus]) is a beer brewed in the Czech Republic at the Pilsner Urquell Brewery. It is one of the most popular beers in the Czech Republic. The beer is named after Gambrinus, a legendary king of Flanders known for his mythical brewing abilities. The company was founded in 1869.

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Brews of GambrinusEdit

 
"Climbing can" in Brno
 
Historical Gambrinus labels

The Gambrinus brews these different types of beer, which are supplied by Plzeňský Prazdroj:

  • Gambrinus Original 10 – the most popular brew of Gambrinus in the Czech Republic which is 4,3% ABV.
  • Gambrinus Plná 12 – a typical 12° pale lager which is 5% ABV.
  • Gambrinus Unpasteurized 10/12 – an unpasteurized pale lager with 4.2/5.2% ABV.
  • Gambrinus Unfiltered Lager – an unfiltered, unpasteurized yeast pale lager with 4.8% ABV.
  • Gambrinus Polotmavá 12 – a semi-dark 12° lager with 5.2% ABV.
  • Gambrinus Dry – a special brew with lowered amounts of sugar with 4.0% ABV.
  • Gambrinus Flavoured – a canned flavored pale beer, Lime&Elderberry/Lemon/Grapefruit.

Other beers marketed under the Gambrinus nameEdit

This brand is used by many other breweries in Germany and Denmark and has been used in the United States. In Mendig (Rhineland-Palatinate) the Gambrinusfest beer festival is held every two years.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Heineken Romania". Retrieved 2009-03-10. 
  2. ^ "Hoosier Beer History: 1977 Snapshot" "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-05-18. Retrieved 2015-05-07. 

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