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Beer, Cider, & Sake

Is Tinkoff available anywhere in the US?

Maya | Jun 28, 200607:52 PM     2

On a recent trip to Russia I discovered the Tinkoff Brewery in St Petersburg, with several different drafts (my favorite being the "White Nights," but they were all good). Since returning I have read vague articles intimating that they planned to distribute in the US. Has anyone seen any, anywhere?

I have been drinking Baltika 7, the more mass-produced St Petersburg beer, as well as Niscisko Pivo from the former Yugoslavia, while seeking out the elusive Tinkoff...

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