Karpackie Super Mocne 9% Lager 24x500ml Cans
About this deal
Fuzja na rynku piwa (Fusion in the beer market)" (in Polish). Republika rp.pl . Retrieved January 24, 2013. Gemma had sunk six or seven cans of the super-strength Polish lager when she got into argument in supermarket
The company said they believed 9% was factual information about the alcoholic strength of the product. The company noted rule 3.2 (a) did not specify the “higher alcoholic strength” referred to, as opposed to lower alcoholic strength. They said 9% was a typical strength for beer in this category and argued that “9%” did not emphasise that the beer was stronger than other similar ones. The Portman Group is the alcohol industry regulator. It has over 130 code signatories from producers, retailers and membership bodies. The Portman Group is funded by twelve member companies: Asahi UK, Aston Manor Cider, Bacardi Limited UK, Brown-Forman UK; Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I; Carlsberg UK; Diageo GB; Heineken UK; Mast-Jäegermeister UK; Pernod Ricard UK, Thatchers Cider and SHS Drinks.
The “9%” appeared in large red type and was a prominent element of the design which emphasised the higher strength which might appeal particularly to those who were vulnerable, in this case because of their drinking.
A real crystal brass yellow body, with virtually no carbonation coming up. Maybe just a small handful of rising bubbles. Head is classic bleach white, with a bit of a creamy top. Creates a good tall three finger sized head, and some swiss cheese like lacing. We look to the future with optimism, aiming to put our extensive knowledge and experience to good use to ensure our further dynamic development. It is our mission to provide the highest quality products and services based on our experience, modern machinery and expertise. By acting in a responsible manner, we strive to constantly increase the value of the company and ensure the satisfaction of our customers, employees, suppliers and local communities.As a Panel, we concluded that the presentation of the “9%” went beyond giving factual information and gave undue emphasis on the higher strength of the product which may have particular appeal to those who are vulnerable. Further to this, we concluded that the non-resealable nature of the high strength 500ml can in combination with the absence of a sharing message meant the product was likely to encourage immoderate consumption.
A family of beers brewed in Polish breweries with a tradition of brewing both light lagers and distinctively strong beers.
Lomza prides itself on its origin and superior quality. There are only the finest ingredients used in brewing the different Lomza beers and this is reflected in the outstanding quality of the beer. There are three variants available: Hüfi Beer is a fresh, new beer inspired by the Hüfi Glacier in the Swiss Alps, recently launched in Ireland. It is Gluten Free and has only 140 calories per 500ml serve. It has an ABV of 4.2% per can, the same as most standard beers. Lomza Unfiltered: An intense beer that is medium bodied with a mellow texture. A very refreshing beer where the original yeast taste gives a unique character to the beer.