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Zlatý Bažant (Golden Pheasant) is the most exported Slovak beer brand. It was founded in 1967 and is produced at its brewery in Hurbanovo. It was purchased by the Heineken International group in 1995 .
Zlatý Bažant beers include:
- 12° svetlé pivo (light coloured beer 5.0% ABV)
- 10° svetlé pivo (light coloured beer 4.3% ABV)
- 10° tmavé pivo (dark coloured beer 3.8% ABV)
- Nealkoholické svetlé pivo 5.7° (non-alcoholic light beer 0.5% ABV)
- Bažant Radler Citrón (beer with lemon flavour 2,0% ABV)
- Bažant Radler Citrón Nealko (non-alcoholic beer with lemon flavour 0,5% ABV)
- Bažant Radler Grapefruit (grapefruit-flavoured beer 2,0%)
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- Zlatý Bažant company web site
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