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Pulfer Sober October 0.5l

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$6.2839,92 HRK
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Pulfer is a small local craft brewery from Zagreb, Croatia, founded by four local patriots and beer enthusiasts. The name “Pulfer” originates from the bumper of Zagreb’s trams where rebels and beatniks used to ride for free. In those trams there used to be a famous ticket conductor, a woman called Landsky. She was the first woman ticket conductor who inherited her husband on the job following his departure to war. Rooted deep in Zagreb’s heritage this small brewery is no longer a newcomer but a regular player on Zagreb’s craft beer scene.

Beer notes

Brewery PULFER Brewery
Region Croatia
Category Craft Beer
Bottle size 0.5 L
Alcohol 5.7 %
  • Dry fruits
  • Fruity
  • Raspberry
  • Wild strawberries

Do you really wanna be sober in October? This beer is the 2nd season in Pulfer’s “Four season’s saison” series that represents autumn. They added a huge amount of blueberries and raspberries in this sour saison that gives the beer an amazing violet color! Saison yeast is “guilty” for wine and raspberry-like aroma. Mixed with blueberries and raspberries and really nice tartness it makes a really cool blend. This Saison has a very nice fruity, spicy and wine-like taste perfect for autumn!

  • Game meat
  • Red meat
  • Ripe cheese
  • Spicy food

Pulfer is a small local craft brewery from Zagreb, Croatia, founded by four local patriots and beer enthusiasts. The name “Pulfer” originates from the bumper of Zagreb’s trams where rebels and beatniks used to ride for free. In those trams there used to be a famous ticket conductor, a woman called Landsky. She was the first woman ticket conductor who inherited her husband on the job following his departure to war. Rooted deep in Zagreb’s heritage this small brewery is no longer a newcomer but a regular player on Zagreb’s craft beer scene.

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