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Piwo Jasne is, translated, "light beer". It's the common market name for all 'light' beers, and they are mostly pilsners. Piwo Ciemne - this is "dark beer", so something like ale. They are dark, as the name suggests, and usually quite sweet. Piwo Mocne - this is simply the beer that is more condensed, so it has more alcohol. That can be light beers or ...


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In my (somewhat minimal) experience, Piwo Jasne and Piwo Mocne are both most commonly pilsners or perhaps more generally pale lagers. Piwo Mocne is higher in alcohol content and might be called a "strong pale lager", or perhaps tagged with the modifier "Imperial" to indicate the increased alcohol. That said, I don't think there is anything inherent in the ...


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Given how much modern Polish beer has in common with mass-market German and Czech beer- combined with a small handful that I've tried here in Germany- they're what one would call "European pale lagers" or "International pilsners," depending on what book or site's style names you're going off of. In response to a previous answer, color has nothing to do with ...


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