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Lvivske 1715

Lvivske (Ukrainian: "Львівське") is a Ukrainian beer which traces its roots to a monastic beer of 1715. It is produced by Slavutych, a member of the Carlsberg Group. Lvivske produces beer under six brand names for domestic and foreign markets.

Polish beer label, c. 1921


Lviv Brewery promotion, c. 1921

Lvivske Series[edit]

  • Lvivske Premium - Pilsner, 4.7% ABV[1]
  • Lvivske 1715 - Pilsner, 4.0% ABV[2]
  • Lvivske Svitle ("Light") - Pilsner, 3.7% ABV[3]
  • Lvivske Mitsne ("Strong") - Strong Pilsner, 7.0% ABV [4]
  • Lvivske Porter - Stout, 8.0% ABV[5]
  • Lvivske Zhive ("Live") - Live beer, 4.8% ABV [6]
  • Lvivske Rizdvyane ("Christmas") - Dark Christmas beer, 3.9% ABV [7]

Robert Doms Series[edit]

Robert Doms (1816-1893) was a Prussian who moved to Lviv and started a brewery in the 1850s and became a notable businessman and philanthropist; this brewery became part of Lvivske. The cavernous cellar restaurant underneath Lvivske Brewery is also named after Robert Doms, as is a premium line of beers introduced in 2014:

  • Robert Doms Bohemske ("Bohemian") - Bohemian-style Pilsner, 4.6% ABV [8]
  • Robert Doms Minkhenskiy ("Munich") - Munich-style Dunkel, 4.0% ABV [9]
  • Robert Doms Videnskiy ("Viennese") - Viennese-stale amber Lager, 4.2% ABV [10]
Lvivske Pilsner


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