Type: Beer – Full Pale
Name: O.K. Beer Okocim
Made: Brzesco, Poland
“Okocim O.K. is a fine and delicate brew, deriving its quality from a recipe which incorporates the best of indigenous Polish hop varieties, luxurious barley and only the softest mountain water
The O.K. label remains mostly unchanged from its original design from forty years ago. The beer itself helped define “Polish Pils style”, which in turn separated Polish beers from the many other European brands.”
I’m not sure what it was trying to distinguish itself from, because European beers tend to be pretty good – I mean it is where beer was perfected by monks who had nothing else in their life but to pray for and study beer. I know pilsener beer is a light beer but I was hoping for a more full bodied beer from Poland, I mean it’s friggin cold over there.
Anyways, this beer had a sweet yet watered down taste, even for a pils. I really didn’t notice anything that would set this apart from a domestic beer that would make me search out this beer. I could have been drinking a bud light for all that I would of known. It was, as the name says, an OK beer, nothing more nothing less. I give this beer an medium/OK rating of 2.5 out of 5 bananas. Have you had this beer, did you have a different impression?
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