Autumn in Lehe Pruulikoda
Damage Report

BEER: Damage Report

Mini IPA

Breakfast menu: Galaxy, Idaho 7, Mosaic. Cloudy pale yellow beer with small white head, leaves nice lacing. Aroma is fresh hoppy, tropical fruity, slightly citrussy. Juicy melon, pineapple and bittersweet lime peel in first nose. More bitter and resinous notes in background. First taste is tropical fruity, bittersweet - citrus peels, pineapple, whitecurrant .Tropical bittersweet fruitiness in aftertaste. Beer is surprisingly full-bodied in spite of low ABV. Well balanced tropical hoppy flavours make it really good thirst quencher, but it suits perfectly aswell with different seafood. Read more ...

Spring Paris smells of Lehe!

BLOG: Spring Paris smells of Lehe!

On March 6, Lehe’s beers were first presented in Paris, in the La ruée vers l’orge pub. There were 12 different Lehe beers on sale and we can conclude that French prefer sour beers. The hit of the evening turned out to be “The world is your oyster” and another favorite was “The darkest hour before the dawn”, but we also heard a lot of praise for our other beers. Our good friends at La ruée vers l’org will continue to sell our products, and we hope that Lehe’s products will soon be available in other places in France. Read more ...

Vana Kalev Wild Turkey BBA

BEER: Vana Kalev Wild Turkey BBA

Imperial Baltic Porter

Dark brown coloured beer with small brown head. First nose is rich, lots of cocoa, bitter chocolatey, cream liqueur. Mild vanilla and tobacco notes in background. First taste is bitter chocolatey, rich, oaky. Sweeter side bourbon, alcoholy, vanilla and caramelly notes in middle taste. Roasty and bitter side dry oaky notes dominating more in aftertaste. Vana Kalev is rich and powerful strong porter for those who would like to treat themselves with something tasty in cold winter evenings. Read more ...

TCBW 2019


It’s this time of the year again. Tallinn Craft Beer Weekend is just around the corner. Beer aficionados will take over Tallinn streets to be part of beer party extraordinaire. It means that it’s time to take out our best and boldest beers and set them ready for the party. And here they are.

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