Urpiner

Brewery: Banskobystrický Pivovar

Glass of Urpiner BeerUrpiner is brewed with traditional recipes. The beer is naturally aged for 50 days and consists of the best hops, malt grown in southern Slovakia, and local spring water from the surrounding hills of Banská Bystrica. Over the years, the brand has placed in many beer competitions including gold medals in Slovak and Czech contests.

Beers

Urpiner Classic 10%

Type: Bohemian pilsner
ABV: 4%

In 2010, this beer won Slovakia’s gold crown in the 10% category.  It has a medium to high crispness, is a clear golden colour, and will quench your thirst even after a physically demanding activity.

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Urpiner Premium 12%

Type: Bohemian pilsner
ABV: 5%

Urpiner’s most popular beer.  In 2012 it won a silver medal in the European Beer Star competition in the “Bohemian Pilsner” category.  It was the only Slovak beer to bring home a medal.

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Urpiner Dark 11%

Style: Tmavý
ABV: 4.5%

This dark lager is based on an original recipe using water, three types of special malts and hops. It has a malt caramel flavour and aroma and is sweeter with a medium to high bitterness. In 2012, it won a gold medal at the České Budějovice (Czech city where Budweiser was first brewed) Beer Festival.

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Urpiner Exclusive 16%

Type: Strong Bohemian pilsner
ABV: 6.5%

As far as Slovak beers go, this one has the highest alcohol content.  With a taste and smell of malt and hops and a distinctive bitterness, Urpiner Exclusive has won many medals in various Czech beer competitions.

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Urpiner Kaprál 11%

Type: Polotmavý/semi adrk lager
ABV: 4.5%

Kaprál translates to “corporal” but this beer is also known as Urpiner Desmod which is a Slovak metal band.  Desmod roughly translates to “blood thirsty bat”…  On the Urpiner site, if you display the page in English it will call the beer Urpiner Desmod.  Confusion aside, this beer has a slightly bitter taste with a mild malt and hop aroma.  In 2012, it won a gold medal at the České Budějovice Beer Festival.

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