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Vienna (Vena)

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Vienna (Vena) Brewer is Russia’s fifth-largest, it has a brewery in St. Petersburg and another at Chelyabinsk – a city south of the Ural Mountains.

In 1998 Danish company Calsberg-Tuborg acquired a controlling stake.

Vienna’s top brand is Nevskoye – it occupies around 13% of Russia’s premium beer market segment.

A selection of Vienna products - with their marketing description:-
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Nevskoye (Original)
Nevskoye Classic - can

Strength: 5 % abv
Gravity: 12 %

Traditional taste to which one compares. Light beer with deep pure flavour created by the best of Russian brewering. In its recipe a classical combination of strength and density resulting in an unforgetable feeling of an ideal balanced in taste.

Nevskoye (Light)
Nevskoye Light - bottle

Strength: 4.6 % abv
Gravity: 11 %

The light side of your life. Refreshing light beer with pleasant and mild taste and delicate hops aroma. Nevskoye Light is easy to drink, one wants to enjoy its lively coolness again and again. Nevskoye Light has won the silver medal on the International Specialised Exhibition "St. Petersburg Beer Auction 2000" in 2000, the year it was introduced.

Nevskoye (Original)
Nevskoye Original - bottle

Strength: 5.7 % abv
Gravity: 13 %

Nevskoye beer of world quaility. In 1996 Nevskoye Original beer was awarded with a silver medal during the International Brewing Olympic's held in Great Britain. By its quality it's a true beer champion.

Nevskoye ("Lite")
Nevskoye Lite - can

Strength: 3.2 % abv
Gravity: 8 %

The first Russian beer of the premium class with a low alcohol content. Nevskoye 'Lite' has an unusual lightness and freshness it allows you to feel the whole depth and finesse of the aroma.

Nikolai Sinyebruhoff
Nikolai Sinyebruhoff - can

Strength: 5.2 % abv
Gravity: 12 %

This elite type of beer is named in honour of the Russian merchant Nikolai Sinyebruhoff. Who found in 1819 in Helsinki the oldest brewery in Northern Europe.




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