Browar Gdańsk PG4

Podwale Grodzkie 4

80-895, Gdańsk

Tel.: +48 58 351 09 10

Tel.: +48 539 545 686

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  • PG4 - PILS

    PG4 - PILS

    MALT **

    (extract: 11.7 - alcohol: 4.9%)

    Our Pilsner beer is characterized by a light malt color ("cookie and butter").

    Light beer, medium carbonated. The medium accentuated taste of hop, harmonious and velvety, with intense bitterness. A bottom-fermented beer.Light straw colour, clear with a long-lasting white head of creamy consistency.

    Overall impression:

    Our Pilsner is refreshing, slightly hopped beer of bottom fermentation, clear and of distinct floral aromas, brewed almost exclusively from the noble hop species.


    0,3 l   14 pln

    0,5 l   19 pln

    1 l       36 pln



    MALT ****

    (extract: 12.6% - alcohol: 5.2% - bottom fermentation)

    A bottom fermented beer. The gold color, which looks like field of grain. Lightly cloudy and creamy. Starogdańskie beer is mildly hoppy, with a barely noticeable bitter nuance. After the first taste, very soft and round until the finish, slightly sweet, gently malty, very grainy. It brings to mind fruity notes derived from malt. Medium-full with a medium content of carbon dioxide.

    Overall impression

    A pure, balanced soft beer with an edge. It communicates delicate malty notes and light aroma of noble hops.


    0,3 l   14 pln

    0,5 l   19 pln

    1 l       36 pln




    Malt: *
    Bitterness: 0

    Beer with three different fermentation. First, through lactic acid. Next with a top fermented yeast and finally using Brettanomyces Bruxellensis. Fermentation and ageing process lasts minimum 6 months. An additional advantage of this beer is a very long shelf life and taste stability.
    We also serve Krollinger with Waldmeister syrup or a raspberry juice.

    Overall impression:
    Rustical smell and taste, sour with fruity notes, light and refreshing.


    0,3 l   14 pln

    0,5 l   19 pln

    1 l       36 pln

  • PG4 - TAFEL

    PG4 - TAFEL

    bitterness ***

    (extract: 11.7 P - alcohol: 4.8% - top fermentation)

    In the medieval history of Gdańsk, four types of beer were known, including Tafelbier - table beer

    (other: Jopenbier, Krollinger, Danzinger Bier)

    Tafelbier was a beer consumed every day in Gdańsk. Every type of malt was used for brewing

    was available at the time. The goal has always been to brew the lightest beer using traditional fermentation methods.

    This beer was heavily hopped to keep it edible for as long as possible.

    Taste: slightly malty, creamy with a hint of hops



    0,3 l   14 pln

    0,5 l   19 pln

    1 l       36 pln

  • PG4- Gdański Rubin

    PG4- Gdański Rubin

    Malt **
    Bitterness ****

    (extract: 12.6% - alcohol: 5.2% - bottom fermentation)

    Bottom fermented dark beer. Brown in color with ruby reflections falling into purple. A tanned foam crown lasts a long time. Gdańsk Rubin has a caramel flavor, accompanied by notes of toffee, coffee and dark chocolate.

    Overall impression

    Refreshing, slightly sweet with a dry finish. A noticeable balance between a medium malt character, delicate toasty and caramel notes, and a moderate bitterness of noble hop. In this mixture one can feel, among others dried fruit, as well as dark berry notes such as black currant.


    0.3 l 14 PLN

    0.5 l 19 PLN

    1 l 36 PLN



    Malt ****
    Bitterness 0

    (extract: 12.6 - alcohol: 5.2% - top fermentation)

    A top fermented beer, with a shiny, amber color and a little bit cloudy haze. Pearly, with a strong, long-lasting head of white foam.

    A moderate aroma of wheat, without the aftertaste of bread. The balance between the phenolic note (mainly clove, derived from yeast) and fruity esters (mainly bananas) is of medium intensity. A bitterness is not detectable. Enriched with notes of vanilla and cinnamon.

    Overall impression

    A not overly clear, wheat-based. It is a refreshing, fruity and spicy beer with a unique and balanced banana-clove flavour (yeast-based). The overall impression is complemented by aromas of vanilla and cinnamon.


    0,3 l   14 pln

    0,5 l   19 pln

    1 l       36 pln



    Malt: *****
    Bitterness: *****

    EXTRACT 44,1 
    ALCOHOL 10,10%

    837,7 KJ /100ML
    200KCAL /100ML

    Jopenbier is closely linked with the history of Gdańsk. This speciality was brewed on the Motława River at least since 1449. Jopenbier was referred to as double beverage, fot much more malt was used for its production as in lagers. Jopenbier was nutritious and thick beer syrup, valued for its healing properties (stomach medicine). Due to its thickness and high alcoholic content, it was used to aromatised and enhance others beers and even tobacco. Jopenbier was also often added to soups.

    Overall impression

    Taste of fig, rainsins, walnuts and chocolate.

    50 ml     14 pln

    500 ml    99 pln


  • Dry Stout

    Dry Stout


    Malt: ****
    Bitterness: *****

    Top-fermented black beer, light-impermeable with a brown crown of froth with a creamy and strong consistency. A noticeable taste of dark chocolate and signs of hop aroma.  Made with the addition of roasted barley with an intense dry aftertaste.
    In the mouth it cresates o little oily, creamy-velvety flavor. The carbon dioxide content is moderately low.

    Overall impression:
    Very dark top-fermented beer with a complex taste of roasted barley, which gives a taste of dark chocolate and black coffee.


    0,3 l   9 pln

    0,5 l   12 pln

    1 l       22 pln




    Malt: ****
    Bitterness: ****

    Bottom-fermented beer with the features of top-fermented beer. Orange color. The typically American, highly hoppy character is balanced by a malty taste. With a rich hop aroma. Balanced flavor with citrus aromas and a hint of mint. Average carbon dioxide content.

    Overall impression:
    High-quality New World hop bitterness and moderate alcohol levels. A relatively slender, slightly citrus-mint with a malty character.


  • Monachijskie ciemne

    Monachijskie ciemne

    Piwo dolnej fermentacji. Ciemnobrązowe z czerwonym odcieniem. Kremowa, opalona korona z piany.

    Bogate aromaty słodu, lekko słodkawe, przypominające smak skórki chleba. Odczuwalny lekki aromat chmielu. Złożony, bogaty, słodowy profil smakowy, lekko prażony, lekko słodki. Średnio pełne, z mocnym korzennym odczuciem w ustach.

    Umiarkowana zawartość dwutlenku węgla. Odczuwalna goryczka chmielu, która dąży do aromatu i delikatnego posmaku słodu. Ciemne podkreślające aromat korzenne piwo, idące w kierunku płynnego chleba.

  • Ciemne piwo pszeniczne

    Ciemne piwo pszeniczne

    Piwo dolnej fermentacji. Bardzo ciemny brązowy kolor, prawie czarny, z mętnym welonem.Mocno utrzymująca się perłowa, opalona korona piany.

    Ziarnisty aromat pszeniczny, lekko chlebowy, prażony i karmelowy. Równowaga między nutą fenolową, a estrami owocowymi pochodzącymi z drożdży.
    Niewyczuwalna goryczka chmielu. Umiarkowanie mocny smak bananowy i goździkowy, zrównoważony.

    Ogólne wrażenie: Mimo bardzo ciemnej barwy i lekko słodowej pełni, daje odczucie orzeźwien

  • Düsseldorf -er ALTBIER

    Düsseldorf -er ALTBIER

    SŁÓD ***
    GORYCZKA *****

    (extract: 12.6 - alcohol: 5.1% - top fermentation)

    A top fermented beer. Reddish, dark copper depth, but not brown. Relatively clear. Beige foam head, long-lasting, slightly creamy. Moderate aroma of noble hops, slightly fragrant. Pure malt flavour, a relatively rich and complex beer, surrounded by the distinct bitterness of hops.

    Overall impression

     A beer with a distinct hops aroma, dark copper, balanced by a lush malt accent. Pure brewing of top fermentation with a hint of fruity esters and a delicate taste.

  • Smoked Rauchweizen bock

    Smoked Rauchweizen bock

    SŁÓD *****

    (extract: 16,8 P - alcohol: 7,3% ABV)

    A top fermented beer. Our smoked Bock beer is brown beer. It is quite light, velvety, with a rich, creamy head and a strong aroma of beech wood with notes of wood smoke. Distinctly dry, medium Märzen type, of rich malt and toast notes, perfectly complemented with intense beech smoke aftertaste.

    Overall impression

    Hazy beer of top fermentation, quite dark brawn color, high carbonated. Malt, toasted, slightly sweet, delicate flavor and aroma of oak smoke. Of course notes of a typical wheat beer like banana, clove etc.