HISTORICAL NON-FILTERED BEER
Volfas Engelman Historical Non-filtered beer has historical links with not only the trademark of I.B. Volfas-Engelman registered in 1927 depicted on the pack. On the pack of the can a band of time marking the whole complicated and varying history of the enterprise from the very 1853 and the portrait of founder R. Volfas can be seen.
It is a non-filtered – historical beer because it is the closest one to the brewery beer produced during the inter-war period by its properties. Although I.B. Volfas-Engelman brewery owned the most progressive equipment for those times, during that period it still did not filter beer, so the beer yeast left in it used to settle on the bottom. The upside-down picture on the pack is not a mistake. In this way the producer spotlights that before opening the beer pack must be topsy-turvied carefully, so that the yeast settled on the bottom spreads to the whole beer, thus imparting more flavour luxury to it.