Pivo (beer) Pale lagers (pilsners) dominate Serbian culture. Smooth, mildly hoppy, and refreshing, they are perfect to enjoy on a warm evening in Beograd.
Lav – 5.0% - brewed in the village of Čelarevo, Serbia, it is the official beer of the Serbian national football team. Served in 400ml bottle.
Jelen – 5.0% - brewed by the Apatin, Serbia by a brewery that is over 250 years old. Served in 500ml bottle.
Nektar – 5.0% - brewed in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina by a brewery founded by Trappist monks. Served in 330ml bottle.
Nikšićko – 5.0% - brewed by the only brewery in Montenegro. Served in 500ml bottle.
BG - Belgrade Beer, brewed ny BIP (Beogradska Industrija Piva)
Rakija (fruit brandy) Distilled from fermented fruit, it is the most popular spirit in Serbia. Each has a distinct aroma and is traditionally served before lunch or dinner.
Bela Osa Slivovitz – 40%, “White Wasp” is a traditional plum brandy.
Zuta Osa Slivovitz – 45%, “Yellow Wasp” is traditional aged plum brandy .
Takovo - 40%, a plum brandy from Serbia.
Excellentia – 45%, a brandy made from plums. Serbia.
Other Fruit Flavors
Viljamovka – 40%, Williams pear. Bosnia & Herzegovina
Dunjevaca – 40%, Quince. Bosnia & Herzegovina
Kajsijevaca – 40%, Apricots. Bosnia & Herzegovina
Lozova – 47%, immature grape brandy from Montenegro.
Gazdina Raspberry – 40%, Raspberry brandy from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Gazdina Dogwood berry – 40%, Dogwood berry brandy from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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