Beer Baltika №7 Export, in keg, 30 L
Beer is a clear bright yellow color with a nice foam.
The beer has a wonderful balanced, playful and intense flavor with hints of hops and tropical fruit, soft leaves bitter aftertaste.
Drink exudes a delicate fragrance with hints of hops, bread crust and lemon.
Beer perfectly with lean meat, shellfish, hot and cold fish dishes. The drink also make a wonderful couple with sausages and sausages with vegetables, meats, salty hard cheese, nuts and a variety of snacks.
Issue beer brand "Baltika №7 Export" was timed to the major international competitions Goodwill Games, held in 1994 in St. Petersburg. Since its inception, "Seven" consistently led the premium segment and holds a leading position in the market.
Beer is brewed from a mixture of rare varieties of hops and malt selective light. Baltika №7 contains slightly more alcohol than the classic lager, with its full flavor and soft notes of hops are less pronounced.
With more than 20 awards of national and global levels, Baltika №7 now exported to 50 countries, including Australia, Germany, United Kingdom, United States, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, New Zealand and others.
• Australian International Beer Awards, 2007 - silver medal;
• Australian International Beer Awards, 2008 - silver medal;
• World Beer Championships, USA, 2008 - silver medal in the category "Dortmunder, Lager";
• Superior Taste Award, Brussels, 2009 - silver medal;
• BrewNZ Beer Awards 2009, Wellington, New Zealand - a gold medal in the category "European lager styles";
• International Beer Challenge, London, 2009 - silver medal in the category "Light lager - Hel, export and special from 5.1 vol.% Alc.";
• Asia Beer Awards, 2010 - silver medal in the category "Pilsner".
After privatization in 1992, the company was reorganized into an open joint stock company. Among the large number of businesses and individuals the largest shareholder (44% stake) was the holding company Baltic Beverages Holding AB (BBH), which was created by the three Scandinavian companies Pripps (Sweden), Hartwall (Finland) and Ringnes (Norway), especially for large investments the brewing industry in the former Soviet Union.
In the same period, the company started work on the creation of its own brand - "Baltika". Under the new brand was planned to produce produced by the classical technology beer, meets most at European level. In order to successfully accomplish the task, competent experts specially developed investment program for the modernization and further development of production. Through the implementation of this major program, "Baltika" in the Russian Federation became the first brewery, which has been found highly modern European equipment.
Most significant for the company began in 1996 - "Baltika" took the leading position in the beer market in Russia, which successfully holds to this day.
With the acquisition in 1997 of a controlling stake of the enterprise "Don Beer" (Rostov-on-Don) and the creation in 1998 of its own network of regional branches of sales, "Baltika" begins its gradual expansion. At this point, has lost relevance title of "brewery" Baltika ", was changed to OJSC" Brewing company "Baltica". After the purchase of the factory "Tula beer" in the autumn of 1999, "Baltika" continues further technical re-equipment of all company-owned manufacturing sites, and is engaged in construction of new plants and malt.
In late 2000, "Baltika" puts into operation the largest in Russia, "Malthouse Soufflet-St Petersburg". It was built in cooperation with the French company Groupe Soufflet, which was the owner of 70% stake in the company.
In 2003 we started work in the new factories of Khabarovsk and Samara.
In 2004 in Tula opened a modern plant for the production of high-quality malt barley elite varieties (Prestige, Scarlett, Barke).
2008 - "Baltika" launches beer in the city of Novosibirsk.
In Yaroslavl in 2009, the company completed the construction of malt houses, the capacity of which is 110 000 tonnes per year.
Since 2007, the legal entity of "Brewing company" Baltica "combines the company" Baltika "(St. Petersburg)," Yarpivo "(Yaroslavl, Voronezh)," Pikra "(Krasnoyarsk) and" Vienna "(Chelyabinsk, St. Petersburg ). In 2009, the production site, located in the former St. Petersburg plant "Vienna" was closed due to excess capacity in the region.
Since 2000, the Open Society "Brewing company" Baltica "is part of the corporation Carlsberg Group, which is a result of the change of owners BBH acquired 50% of shares of" Baltika "by Carlsberg Breweries AS. Since November 2012 Carlsberg Group, which bought the remaining shares of the company Scottish & Newcastle (35%) and minority shareholders (15%), has become the full owner of "Baltika". In order to optimize the processes of corporate governance in 2014, the company's management decided to transform the Company into a limited liability company.
Today the company "Brewing company" Baltica ", being a part of Carlsberg Group, is one of the largest Russian companies in the field of consumer goods. The different structures of" Baltika "has about 7500 highly qualified specialists. The unique products are submitted more than 50 well-known brands, are exported to 75 countries.