Beer archive

This section contains the most famous kinds of beer ever brewed by «Lidskoe Pivo»

STOLOVOE

A peasant with a glass and a bottle is depicted on the «Stolovoe» label. This was the most popular and accessible kind of beer of that time, as opposed to «Pilsenskoe», which was more refined

BAVARSKOE

The tradition of naming this kind of beer «Bavarskoe» was typical of the Russian brewers in the beginning of the XX century. «Bavarskoe» was brewed by 650 of 1000 breweries in 1910. It should be noted that this beer could be both pale and dark

 

MAERZEN

«Maerzen» — traditional spring beer containing larger amount of hops than other kinds of beer. Lida brewers used to make it in the beginning of the XX century, and later — in 1940s. Today, the most famous «Maerzen» is made in Germany and Austria.

«Maerzen» is stronger than regular beer — it has average 5,8% alcohol

PILZENSKOE

The series of collectible and experimental beers. Since 2014, brewers of «Lidskoe pivo» have been creating limited series of beer inspired by brewery culture of different countries

TSARSKOE

«Tsarskoe» beer, which was popular in the Russian Empire, was made with various additions: coriander, cinnamon or caramel

IDEAL

«Tsarskoe» and «Ideal» are the kinds of beer used for inspiration by the brewers in 2016 to create the «remake» of these classic kinds of beer — the anniversary beer «Lidskoe 140» on the basis of Chateau Munich Ligh and Chateau Cara malts

ENGLISH DRINK

1915

The first non-alcoholic beer of the Pupko brewery appeared due to the dry law during the First World War.

Alcohol — 0,2%

JASNE

1930

«Yasnoe», «Dubeltovoe», «Hmelnoe» and «Temnoe» were brewed at the factory when Lida was a part of Poland.

We can learn something about these beers through studying and comparing composition of the drinks.

The most popular beer in 1938 was «Yasnoe». Its volume was approximately 30 times more than of «Dubeltovoe» («double» beer).

Dubeltovoe was brewed with 1.5 times more hops and more malt as well. As recollected by Soviet brewers, «Lidskoe» beer which appeared in 1960s resembled «Dubeltovoe» the most. Barley was bought in Rovno and the villages near Lida; hop was transported from Volyn

DUBELTOWE

1930

«Yasnoe», «Dubeltovoe», «Hmelnoe» and «Temnoe» were brewed at the factory when Lida was a part of Poland. We can learn something about these beers through studying and comparing composition of the drinks.

The most popular beer in 1938 was «Yasnoe». Its volume was approximately 30 times more than of «Dubeltovoe» («double» beer). Dubeltovoe was brewed with 1.5 times more hops and more malt as well. As recollected by Soviet brewers, «Lidskoe» beer which appeared in 1960s resembled «Dubeltovoe» the most. Barley was bought in Rovno and the villages near Lida; hop was transported from Volyn

CHMIELNE

1930

«Yasnoe», «Dubeltovoe», «Hmelnoe» and «Temnoe» were brewed at the factory when Lida was a part of Poland. We can learn something about these beers through studying and comparing composition of the drinks.

The most popular beer in 1938 was «Yasnoe». Its volume was approximately 30 times more than of «Dubeltovoe» («double» beer). Dubeltovoe was brewed with 1.5 times more hops and more malt as well.

As recollected by Soviet brewers, «Lidskoe» beer which appeared in 1960s resembled «Dubeltovoe» the most. Barley was bought in Rovno and the villages near Lida; hop was transported from Volyn

UKRAINSKOE

1940

In 1940s the brewery produced three kinds of beer — «Zhigulevskoe», «Russkoe», «Ukrainskoe».

All three kinds of beer appeared due to the change of names, when in 1930s «capitalist» beers got their «correct» names. «Venskoe», «Pilzenskoe» and «Munhenskoe» were renamed as «Zhigulevskoye», «Russkoe» and «Ukrainskoe».

Ukrainskoe — dark beer brewed with the bottom fermentation process, density — 13%, alcohol — 3,2%

MINSKAE

1967

Lidskoe beer (today known as LIDSKAE) appeared in 1967. In the early 1960s the factory used to make two other brands with «local» names: «Minskae» (25 cop. for a bottle) and «Belaruskae» (36 cop. for a bottle).

In 1970s and 1980s this beer uses Russian language — «Belorusskoe» beer with a zubr on the label appears. Minskoe is replaced with Stolichnoe beer

BELARUSKAE

1967

«Lidskoe» beer (today known as «LIDSKAE») appeared in 1967. In the early 1960s the factory used to make two other brands with «local» names: «Minskae» (25 cop. for a bottle) and «Belaruskae» (36 cop. for a bottle).

In 1970s and 1980s this beer uses Russian language — «Belorusskoe» beer with a zubr on the label appears. «Minskoe» is replaced with «Stolichnoe» beer

OSVEZHAJUSHEE

During Soviet times and according to the All-Union GOST standard the factory produced summer beer, «Osvezhajushee» — pale beer with light hop flavor.

The factory manufactured «Lidskoe Osvezhajushee» in bottles until 2008

STARY ZAMAK

1990

This strong — 6,2% alcohol — lager was lighter in the early 1990s. Several versions of this beer existed: «Stary Zamok», «Stary Zamok 2» and «Stary Zamok 3»

KOROL HMELIA

1997

The first beer manufactured on the German filling line «Nagema». It was assembled and connected in 1997 with the help of the investor — Austrian company Eggenberger International.

«Korol Hmelia» was the first Belarusian beer conforming to the European standards: pasteurized beer with shelf life up to three months, bottled in the European type of bottle (Euro-Flasche).

«Korol Hmelia» is a pale beer with 12% density and 4,8% alcohol. It was brewed under the license with the use of German hops and French malt until the late 1990s

DIFFERENT TYPES OF "LIDSKOE"

2000

During 1990s and 2000s the factory actively shapes the brand (today known as LIDSKAE), introducing and removingdifferent beers. Here are several of them: Lubitelskoe, Hmelnoye, Yantarnoe, Netradzitsiynae, Olimpiyskoe, Prinemanskoe

BEER GDL SERIES

2002

In 2002 the factory brewed its «historical» series of beers. It included «Mirski Zamok» dark beer, «Knyaz Vitaut» pale beer and «Knyaz Gedymin» pale beer

THREE KINGS

2004

In 2004 Lida and Czech brewers (Preiss company) created the «Three Kings» series: three kinds of pale beer and at the same time the reference to popular tradition of veneration of the Three Kings.

«Three Kings 1» — alcohol 3,6 %, density 10 %. «Three Kings 2» — alcohol 3,7 %, density 11 %. «Three Kings 3» — alcohol 4,2 %, density 12 %

JIM BEER

2015

JIM BEER — a special kind of beer brewed with the use of the special «chateau whiskey» malt, which is used in whisky production.

Density — 12%.

Alcohol — 5,1%.

Glass bottle 0,33 l

AUSTRALIAN BITTER

2015

Australian Bitter — pale beer brewed with flavored Australian hop. Brewed with the use of dry hopping technique. Hop is added to the worst during the fermentation stages; it adds unique fresh bitter taste with spicy and anise notes.

Density — 11%.

Alcohol — 4,4%.

Glass bottle 0,5 l

SWISS BLACK

2015

Swiss Black — dark beer brewed according to the specific technique, with the use of extracts of chocolate malt and cocoa beans for soft taste and light chocolate flavor.

Density — 12%.

Alcohol — 4,6%.

Glass bottle 0,33 l

 

FRAMBOISE

2015

Framboise — beer in the tradition of Belgian fruit beer brands manufactured with the use of top fermentation.

Framboise contained natural raspberry juice. This beer boasts characteristic wheat taste, light raspberry flavor, large head and rich ruby taste.

Density — 11%.

Alcohol — 4,6%.

Glass bottle 0,33 l

LIDSKAE 140

2016

Limited series for the 140th anniversary of «Lidskoe pivo».

The brewers created a composition of «chateau Munich light» and «chateau cara» malts and brewed experimental batches to recreate the taste known at the edge of XIX-XX centuries both in Lida and in Reims. In this French city Pupko’s factory received its first award — silver award at the international exhibition of 1903.

Design of the bottle replicates the bottle of Nosel Pupko’s factory used in the beginning of the XX century.

Density — 12%

Alcohol — 5%

Bitterness (IBU) — 14-16

LIDSKAE DARK WHEAT

2016

Unfiltered dark wheat beer. Original firm recipe based on wheat and caramel malt

Alcohol — 5,1%
Density— 12,4%
Bitterness (IBU) — 13-15

LIDSKAE ZIMOVAE

2016

Dark beer, created especially for the winter holidays.

Velvet caramel taste and light notes of juniper are combined with a delicate aroma of spices – cinnamon, cloves, coriander. This beer must be tasted warmer (temperature of about 14 degrees), so that the bouquet of New Year spices opens completely.

Density – 12%
Alcohol – 4.8%
Bitterness (IBU) – 14-16

SANDELS

2016

This light beer was named after the Finnish colonel Johan August Sandals, who is remembered not only as a warrior, but also as a big tomboy, a lover of food and drink.

Density — 11%

Alcohol — 4,7%

Bitterness (IBU) — 13-15

THREE KINGS

2017

Classical light lager with moderate alcohol content. The brand name and сzech elements in the design were adopted from the predecessor — titled lin, which was produced by «Lidskoe pivo» in 2004-2010

MENSKAE 1067

2017

Classic european light lager with a mild flavor, pleasant hop aroma and a slight aftertaste. The specialty of the recipe is aromatic hops. The name refers to the year of the first chronicle of Minsk and the famous Battle of Nemiga.

Alcohol — not less than 4,5%

Density — 11%

Bitterness (IBU) — 12

MENSKAE 1499

2017

MENSKAE 1499 is a classic pale lager. Beer of bottom fermentation with a pleasant hop aroma and mild flavor. The second sort from the limited series MENSKAE, dedicated to the 950th anniversary of the capital. The product is dedicated to important event for Minsk – the Magdeburg law, which gave the city the authority to self-government.

Alcohol — not less than 4,2%

Density — 10%

Bitterness (IBU) — 10-13

MENSKAE 1918

2017

Beer with reduced bitterness; due to a combination of specially selected ingredients it has got a classic beer hop aroma. As well as other representatives of the MENSKAE, thie beer is devoted to the important date in Minsk history – first time when the city was officially recognized as the capital of an independent state. March 25, 1918 3rd Charters fixed the status of Minsk as the capital of the Belarusian People’s Republic.

Alcohol — 4,7%

Density — 11%

Bitterness (IBU) — 10-13

GINGER BEER

2016

Pale beer with natural ginger, which a special flavor and sharpness.

Density — 10%. Alcohol — 4.2%
Bitterness (IBU) — 14-16
Packing: glass bottle 0.33 l

ABA

2017

Ale of deep black color with a rich composition of hops and malt. There were used 4 types of brewing malt (pale barley, Dark Ale Malt, Chateau Black, Chateau Chocolat) and 4 types of hops grown in America (Centennial, Cascade, Chinook, Summit).

Alcohol — not less than 5,5%

Density — 13%

Bitterness (IBU) — 50-60

Горечь (IBU) — 50-60

GINGER BEER

2017

Lager, brewed with the addition of ginger and chili peppers. These ingredients give the beer a bright aroma with pleasant acuity and a pronounced warming effect. Natural yeast, hops, malt, purified artesian water were used in this beer

LIDSKAE RADLER LEMON

2017

LIDSKAE Radler Lemon — summer light beer cocktail, a mix of beer and natural lemon juice.

 

LIDSKAE

2019

A special beer, which leads the eponymous line — the key beer brand of the Lida brewery. The balanced soft taste and the thin hop aroma of the LIDSKAE beer is created by the special proportion of classical beer ingredients

LIDSKAE ZIMOVAE

2019

LIDSKAE Zimovae – dark beer made with clove, cinnamon and juniper extracts. Fragrant aroma and sweet taste convey the atmosphere of winter holidays. And natural spices harmoniously emphasize the depth of taste of dark beer

AMERICAN CREAM ALE

2019

Light ale fermentation rich golden hue with caramel flavor and a light fruity aroma. For the preparation of ACA using high yeast. At the same time, the temperature is maintained as for ales. Often when preparing American Cream Ale, sugar, corn, or pea flour can be used

LIDSKAE KRIEK

2019

The new beer is of red colour, tasting pleasantly sweet, with a cherry flavour and a slightly bitter finish.

This beer’s peculiar sour-sweet tinge is very enjoyable in summer. In winter, Kriek is served in the Belgian Christmas fairs, warmed up with hot spices.

Alcohol content — 4,6%

Dry solids weight ratio — 14%

KORONET LIGHT IPA

2019

Light ale with pronounced bitterness and rich aroma of hops. Has a milder taste for low index bitterness compared with other members of the IPA.

KALEKCIYA MAISTRA IPA

2019

Pale beer of top fermentation with distinctive hops taste and aroma. IPA of Master’s Collection was welded with addition of hop varieties Hallertau Saphir, Perle, Comet, Mosaic, Ella. They give beer noticeable bitterness and pleasant fruity aroma.

KALEKCIYA MAISTRA Brugge Night

2020

Brugge Night is a legendary variety of the Master’s Collection in a new design.

Especially for the main dark holiday of the year, the iconic dark beer with a rich cherry flavor, caramel sweetness and a light hop bitterness has had its name and package appearance changed. The main symbols of the mysterious holiday, such as ominous castles, full moon and creepy pumpkins that have turned into cherries to emphasize the specificity of the taste, are well read in it

LIDSKAE PORTER Halloween Edition

2020

LIDSKAE Porter Halloween Edition is the same old classic porter with a rich caramel taste and a pronounced aroma.

Especially for the darkest holiday of the year, the iconic dark variety of the LIDSKAE line has had its design updated. The main symbols of the mysterious holiday, such as ominous castles, full moon, frightening scarecrows and creepy pumpkins, are well read in it

LIDSKAE ZIMOVAE

2020

Limited edition variety brewed especially for the New Year holidays. Its composition includes clove, cinnamon and juniper extracts. The rich aroma conveys the atmosphere of winter holidays, and natural spices harmoniously emphasize the depth of the dark beer taste.

KALEKCIYA MAISTRA BALTIC PORTER

2020

Baltic Porter is the only bottom-fermented porter in the world. Is a rich, dark brown beer brewed following the old recipe.

It has a pleasant burnt caramel sweetness complemented by a delicate bitterness.

KALEKCIYA MAISTRA MANGO MILKSHAKE ALE

2020

Mango Milkshake Ale is a full-bodied, balanced top-fermented beer of a moderate sweetness. Thanks to the combination of Pilsner barley, wheat and caramel malts, oat flakes and lactose, the product gets a special softness and pleasant taste. Mango juice gives the ale a pronounced aroma, and Citra and El Dorado hops add a slight distinctive bitterness.