Karhu

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Karhu (in english "The Bear") is Finnish brand of beer. It is the most popular beer in Finland. Its history begins in 1920, in Pori. Production of Karhu stopped in the early 1930s, but continued again from 1958.

Products[change | change source]

  • Karhu III (4,6 %), launched 1961
  • Karhu A (5,4 %)
  • Tosi Vahva Karhu (Very Strong Bear) (8 %), launched 1999
  • Karhu III, 1 litran tölkki (4,6 %)
  • Karhu Tumma (Dark Bear) I ( 2.8%)
  • Karhu Ruis ( 4.6% / 6,0%)

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